Jeffrey H. Miller, MD and founder of Miller Vein, has joined the Vein Therapy News Editorial Advisory Board. Miller Vein specializes in treating vein disorders with locations in Novi, Mich., and Troy, Mich.
A frequent contributor to Vein Therapy News, Dr. Miller enjoys his activities as an educator writing and lecturing.
He received the Faculty Teacher of the Year Award at Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center in Dearborn, Mich., from 1995-2000, and he has been a featured speaker at national medical meetings, medical professional conferences and local civic organizstions.
Born and reared in Metro Detroit, Dr. Miller earned medical degree from Wayne State University Medical with high distinction in 1989.
In a class of approximately 250 students, he was one of only 15 to achieve honors each year of medical school. A member in many honor societies, he was accepted to Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi as an undergraduate and to Alpha Omega Alpha during medical school.
He received his radiology training at William Beaumont Hospital in Michigan where he served as a chief resident. He then did a fellowship in interventional radiology, which has been his professional focus ever since.
Since 1994, Dr. Miller has been performing complex image-guided endovascular procedures.
His experience includes service as a director of the Vascular and Interventional Radiology Department at Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center in Dearborn, Mich.
Board certified in interventional radiology and phlebology, he is also a diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners as well as the American Board of Radiology.
He holds a Certificate of Added Qualification in interventional radiology.
As of January, 2008, Dr. Miller was one of only two American Medical Association registered phlebologists in Michigan.
In 2006, he decided to pursue his passion for treating venous disease in an office setting and founded the vein treatment center now known as Miller Vein. His vision of providing outstanding patient care in a comfortable, spa-like setting, while eliminating long hours of waiting for elective procedures has been achieved. - VTN