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American Vascular Access Continues Growth in Georgia
Date:12/8/2011

COLUMBUS, Ga., Dec. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --  Janet R. Dees, CEO/President of American Vascular Access, LLC., is pleased to announce the opening of its newest vascular access center in Columbus, Georgia.  "Our Newnan, Georgia center has been a great success for American Vascular Access, LLC., and the addition of the Columbus, Georgia center is evidence of that."  Janet R. Dees, CEO/President.  

"Our goal has continued to be to introduce our Nephrology friendly business model to more Nephrologists, and our rapid growth this last fiscal year illustrates the strength and appeal of our business model to our physician partners." William R. Wright, COO.

"It is very exciting to be bringing jobs to the cities we are developing in, providing a needed service within that community and offering a cost savings to the payers that we contract with, it's a win-win for everyone."  Denia Ortiz, Vice President, Revenue Cycle. 

American Vascular Access, LLC., has hired Jay Copelan as Facility Director for Columbus Vascular Center, LLC.  Mr. Copelan has over twenty years of clinical practicum experience and ten years of administrative management experience in clinical and dialysis treatment.  He is a registered radiology technologist and a graduate of Kennestone Hospital School of Radiology.  "We all are very confident that Mr. Copelan's leadership and experience will be value added for Columbus Vascular Center, LLC." Janet R. Dees, CEO/President.

American Vascular Access, LLC., currently manages vascular access centers in Alabama, Florida and Georgia.

To learn more about and of the available partnership opportunities with American Vascular Access, LLC., please visit www.AmericanVascularAccess.com.  You may also contact David Prather, Vice President of Business Development at 1-877-685-3281 or email: press@americanvascular.com

Media Contact: Denia Ortiz American Vascular Access, LLC., 727-474-0090, press@americanvascular.com

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