The Cardiovascular Care Group is providing a platform for experts and professionals to exchange ideas and information on dialysis access and its related issues on April 5
Cardiovascular Care Group, a leading vascular surgery practice, will hold its Dialysis Access Symposium on April 5, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Clubhouse at Galloping Hill in Kenilworth.
This one-day conference is a must-attend for health care professionals, focusing on dialysis nurses, nephrologists, access coordinators and the wider community. The symposium has been designated as an educational program offering a maximum of 8 AM PRA Category 1 Credits.
The Dialysis Access Symposium will assemble a distinguished panel of experts and professionals from the medical industry who will share their extensive knowledge and expertise, offering valuable insights into the challenges associated with dialysis access. Discussions will revolve around the latest techniques and technologies used to address the evolving needs of patients, ensuring optimal care and outcomes.
“The conference will highlight the importance of early detection and diagnosis of dialysis access-related issues”, said Dr. Clifford Sales, managing partner at TCVCG. “Overall, it will provide a platform for experts and professionals to exchange ideas and information on dialysis access and its related issues.”
Prior to Jan. 31: $99
Prior to Feb. 28: $125
After March 15: $150
Continental breakfast and a box lunch is included in the registration fee.
The Cardiovascular Care Group invites health care professionals and the community at large to join this event, contributing to the collective progress in dialysis access care.
For more information and to register, visit www.DialysisAccessSymposium.com.
About The Cardiovascular Care Group
The Cardiovascular Care Group is New Jersey’s largest Vascular Surgery group dedicated solely to the diagnosis and management of diseases of the arteries and veins. The Cardiovascular Care Group has been delivering care throughout New Jersey since 1963 and is home to some of the best vascular surgeons in the country. Consistently recognized by their peers and patients as the top group in the region, TCVCG is dedicated to advancing vascular health and ensuring the highest standards of patient care for management of vascular disease, including carotid artery disease, aortic aneurysms, peripheral artery disease, varicose and spider veins and dialysis creation and maintenance.
For more information, please visit www.tcvcg.com or call 973-759-9000.