Why IAC Accreditation Is Important for Vein Clinics

Do you suffer from varicose or spider veins? Unfortunately, these issues don’t go away on their own. You must see a professional. Someone who treats venous disorders. But who should you see? Whether you come see us at Vein Clinic of Greater Kansas City, or another vein expert, make sure that the facility received accreditation from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). 

What Is IAC Accreditation?


IAC accreditation exists in an effort to improve health care. The IAC accredits an imaging clinic or hospital only after they’ve determined that those facilities are in compliance with IAC standards. Obtaining accreditation is important because it shows which facilities are trustworthy. An accredited facility has to undergo an intensive application and review process to earn the honor. This includes a self-evaluation, as well as a thorough review of the facility’s operational and technical components by a panel of medical experts.

What Is Vascular Accreditation?


Vascular accreditation is awarded when an imaging facility proves that they’re committed to both patient care and vascular testing.
This is the type of clinic that you want to visit when seeking help for varicose or spider veins. Your health is important, so it makes sense to visit professionals that take your health as seriously as you do.

Recent Accreditation at Two Locations


If you’re in search of an accredited clinic, look no further. The Vein Clinic of Greater Kansas City receives IAC accreditation at all of our locations. Our Liberty, MO and Overland Park, KS locations just recently renewed their accreditation by receiving a three-year term of accreditation in vascular testing. You can trust our team of professionals to provide the latest and best treatment options for your venous issues.

When you search for a doctor to help with your cardiovascular problems, make sure they’re accredited by the IAC. Contact us online or call (913) 541-3377 if you need help with spider or varicose veins.