Henry County Hospital Laser & Vein Center
Treating Vein Disease in Napoleon, OH
As we age, it becomes increasingly important to monitor all aspects of
our health. However, many people overlook the possibilities of vein disease.
In fact, did you know that nearly 1 in every 3 Americans over the age
of 45 has some type of vein disease? Even though the symptoms of vein
disease may seem minor, if left untreated it could lead to serious and
potentially life-threatening health problems.
If you suspect you are dealing with a vein problem or you require treatment
for a vein disease, the medical staff is here to help. At Henry County
Hospital, we use state-of-the-art technology and personalized patient
care to provide families and individuals with the healthcare they need.
We have been at work in our community as a non-profit hospital since 1919,
and we are proud to provide a variety of medical services and treatment options.
Vein Disease Treatment & Prevention
Our laser & vein center at Henry County Hospital is here to help you
and your loved ones.
We offer treatments for the following medical issues:
- Chronic leg swelling
- Venous stasis and ulcers
- Varicose veins
- Spider veins
- Uterine fibroid tumors
- Peripheral arterial disease
Qualified Vein Center Doctor
Dr. Semaan is well-practiced in the field of Interventional Radiology,
and he is prepared to share his knowledge and expertise with our staff
and patients. After completing the Vascular Interventional Radiology fellowship
at The Ohio State University, Dr. Semaan completed his residency at the
University of Toledo Medical Center in Diagnostic Radiology. He later
worked in Internal Medicine at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. Dr.
Semaan can perform a variety of interventional radiology procedures according
to the needs of his patients.
Choose Henry County Hospital
If you are ready to schedule your appointment at the Henry County Laser
& Vein Center, Dr. Semaan is currently accepting new patients. We
accept all major insurance plans at our facility, including Medicare and Medicaid.
Call (419) 591-3861 to schedule an appointment.