American Board of Phlebology
Paramus/Allendale — Dr. John Chuback, a resident of Allendale, has achieved diplomate status, according to a recent announcement by the American Board of Phlebology which followed the release of exam results.
Peter E. Doherty of the American Board of Phlebology wrote in a letter regarding the certification that, “Dr. Chuback’s certification with the American Board of Phlebology is a direct reflection on Dr. Chuback’s skill, knowledge and experience in providing quality patient care and continued commitment to the advancement of vein care.”
The third class of diplomates for ABPh includes 475 practitioners in the United States and Canada. Less than 1 percent of all phlebology professionals in the U.S. and Canada have earned certification for the ABPh.
To earn such certification, an applicant must qualify by acquiring the requisite training and experience, meet continuing medical education requirements and pass a certification examination. Certification periods are 10 years and maintenance is dependent on assessment of the diplomate in four areas: Professional standing, commitment to lifelong-learning and periodic self-evaluation, cognitive expertise and performance in practice.
The American Board of Phlebology (www.americaboardofphlebology.org) is an independent, non-profit organization founded in 2007 for the purpose of certifying physicians who have met a defined standard of education, training and knowledge in the field of phlebology.
Chuback Vein Center located in Paramus is dedicated to the treatment of venous disorders. A modern and state-of-the-art vein practice, the center offers a results oriented approach to patients’ medical well-being.
As one of only a few formally trained surgeons in New Jersey to pioneer the contemporary in-office management of varicose vein disease, Chuback is a major advocate for the proper delivery of premier care. He is double board certified in both general surgery and cardiovascular and thoracic surgery. As medical director and founder of Chuback Vein Center, he leads the team in diagnosing and treating all types of venous disorders.
Chuback is nationally recognized as an expert and is one of only 16 physicians in 2009 chosen to educate doctors nationwide at the American College of Phlebology in the modern management of venous disease. He is a board member for Best Vein Care, the industry’s leading standards committee dedicated to raising the quality and level of care a patient receives during in-office based vein care.