Miller Vein is honored to have won six 2022 Best of the Best Detroit awards from the Detroit Free Press! We’ve been recognized not only for our expertise and commitment to patients but also as a top place to work. We won all six awards we were nominated for:
• Best Vascular/Vein Center • Best Medical Spa • Best Overall Leadership • Best Place to Work • Best Benefits Program • Best Boss – for our Operations Director, Shannon Grosso
Our board-certified vein specialists and staff have earned over 1,000 5-star Google reviews and over 1,500 doctors refer their patients to our practice. We are proud to add our second consecutive Detroit Free Press Best of the Best Detroit Award for Best Vascular/Vein Center this year. This award recognizes our expertise in treating various vein conditions and our commitment to taking care of our patients.
We’ve been recognized as Best Medical Spa for our trademarked VeinErase® program for spider vein treatment. Patients’ comfort and outstanding results are the center of our VeinErase® program. Our patients tell us they love our professional, kind staff that can answer all their questions about the procedure.
We are excited to have won multiple awards that recognize Miller Vein as a great place to work. These awards mean a lot to us because we know that having a great workplace directly affects how well we take care of our patients. When our team members feel happy and valued, they provide better care for our patients.
Winning the Best Overall Leadership and Best Boss awards shows that our leaders are inspiring and motivating our team. Being chosen as the Best Place to Work shows that we have created an environment where our team works together and treats each other with respect and kindness. The Best Benefits Program award shows that we care about our team’s well-being and want to make sure they have everything they need to do their best. We truly believe that when we invest in making our team happy and helping them grow, we can provide the best care for our patients.
The 2022 Best of the Best Detroit Awards highlight our unwavering commitment to excellence for patients and our staff. They show our dedication to creating a workplace where our team feels valued, appreciated, and inspired to make a positive difference in the lives of the patients we have the privilege of helping. With each award, we are further motivated to continue our mission of delivering the highest quality vein care.
The Detroit Free Press has named Miller Vein a winner of the Michigan Top Workplaces Award for the third consecutive year.
“Earning a Top Workplaces award is a badge of honor for companies, especially because it comes authentically from their employees,” said Eric Rubino, Energage CEO. “That’s something to be proud of. In today’s market, leaders must ensure they’re allowing employees to have a voice and be heard. That’s paramount. Top Workplaces do this, and it pays dividends.”
When Jeffrey Miller, M.D. founded Miller Vein in 2006, he wanted to build a team that shares his dream and passion for serving patients.
“I believe it all starts with humble service, which means treating patients and employees like friends and family,” Dr. Miller says. “From the front desk to our outstanding physicians, medical assistants, nurses, vascular sonographers, and the back office, we have a very special group of people working here.”
Founded in 2006, Miller Vein has grown from one site and two employees to six dedicated vein clinics in Southeast Michigan with more than 70 employees. The Miller Vein team is obsessed with helping people feel better and is dedicated to the company’s core values: humble service, integrity, teamwork, excellence, can-do attitude, and “happiness to go the extra mile.” The company is committed to community involvement and active in many philanthropic activities working with: Operation School Bell, The Matthew Bittker Foundation, and National Blood Clot Alliance.
You’ve got questions about vein disease. Our founder and CEO, Jeffrey Miller M.D., has the answers — Ask the Doc!
Can oils or other home remedies treat varicose veins?
There are many lotions, potions and other home remedies that are supposed to alleviate varicose veins. None of these alleged treatments help. On the other hand, horse chestnut seed extract may help with the symptoms of varicose veins. This should be given under the guidance of a physician to monitor for liver disorders.
You’ve got questions about vein disease. Our founder and CEO, Dr. Jeffrey Miller, has the answers — Ask the Doc!
Are varicose veins called that because they are very close to the skin?
While varicose veins are at the skin surface, they are not labelled varicose because they are “very close.” According to Merriam-Webster, the word varicose is borrowed from Latin varicosus, “suffering from dilated veins”
We are happy to announce that Jeremy Feldman, M.D. has joined the Miller Vein family.
“I’m absolutely thrilled that Dr. Feldman has decided to join Miller Vein!” said Dr. Jeffrey Miller, founder and CEO of Miller Vein, “His background and resume are nothing short of amazing. Equally important, everyone in our company who’s met Jeremy loves him. For good reason, he’s a perfect fit for Miller Vein!”
Dr. Feldman received his Doctor of Medicine from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. He trained as a resident at the Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan. Dr. Feldman completed a fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at the University of Michigan.
“I am super excited to start my new role here at Miller Vein. I am looking forward to working with my team to make sure that each patient has an amazing experience from the moment they first walk through the door,’’ says Feldman, “My favorite part about this job is having the ability to provide continuity of care for all of my patients.”
“I’ve had a less than perfect experience with other doctors with regard to my vein treatment. But Miller Vein and their staff was perfect! Thank you!” – Steve
“I had ropey, ugly, and painful varicose veins. I suffered from prolonged throbbing in my left leg… The procedure was pain-free… My legs look so much better now. My family and co-workers were quite amazed that one week after surgery I was dancing the night away in Las Vegas!” – Susan
May 19, 2011- Miller Vein held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new facility in Troy, at Truvista Medical Center at 230 W. Maple Road. Councilwoman Mary Kerwin, with scissors, did the honors as Steven K. Wang M.D., his wife Julie Ann Wang, Miller Vein Director of Operations Linda Miller, Kristine Miller and her husband Dr. Jeffrey H. Miller looked on. See the article on the front page of the Troy-Somerset Gazette.