"Since most veins lie deep to the skin's surface, vein disorders are not always visible to the naked eye"

 

 

Physicians Vein Care, run under the direction of Dr. John Burress, has been established in The Villages since 2006. Physicians Vein Care is located in the heart of The Villages on 466 in Lady Lake in the quaint southern style building next to Recreation Plantation.  The highly-skilled and friendly team at Physicians Vein Care do their very best to not just make you feel comfortable but they want you to enjoy your visit.  From the inviting front porch rocking chairs to the now famous gourmet coffee station in the lobby, we want you to feel like family.

Meet the Team

Dr. Burress, double-board certified physician at Physician's Vein Care in The Vilages, FL.Dr. John Burress
Dr. Burress (or Dr. B as he’s affectionately known around the office) grew up in Orlando.  He is a Florida native through and through.  He attended college at the University of Central Florida and medical school at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale. Dr. B is passionate about his profession, particularly, vein care. 

John Burress, D.O. is certified by the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. He is the only full-time
board certified physician in the Villages area.

ChristineChristine Perry, Registered Vascular Technician
Growing up in the South, Christine is known for her southern charm and compassion for people. Christine graduated from Georgia Northwestern College. Her warm smile makes people feel comfortable when they visit our office. She loves her work, especially watching patients lead more active fuller lives following their treatment.

LaJetta M.Kerrison, Certified Professional Coder
LaJettaJetta began working for Dr. Burress in 2007 as his billing and coding supervisor. She handles all the billing, coding and pre-authorizations for procedures. Jetta has a passion for learning and is always furthering her education ensuring that she is the best at her profession. Even though she spends a lot of time behind the scenes of our practice, she is an integral part of this practice and is definitely a "people person" when interacting with patients.

 

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