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American Vein names new director of finance

Denver-based network of vein diagnosis and treatment centers brings on a new team mate


American Vein & Vascular Institute will welcome Edward Priem II as the new director of finance in their practice management team located in downtown Colorado Springs.

“I am extremely excited and honored to be a part of the dynamic team at American Vein & Vascular Institute,” says Priem. “As  director of finance, I look forward to utilizing my accounting, finance, business strategy and compliance background to help continue the growth and development of this great Colorado company. I can be one part of a larger team to drive the organization forward and allow American Vein to continuously grow and serve its mission of delivering patient care with energy ... to and from the heart."

Priem, a Certified Public Accountant, has held senior positions at numerous local organizations including Capin Crouse, BKD, Colorado College and Junior Achievement USA. He holds a bachelor’s of science degree from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and has completed an executive program at Penn State University.

Priem is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Colorado Society of CPAs. He is also a voting member of the AICPA’s Exempt Organization Taxation Technical Resource Panel. Originally from Detroit, he has spent almost 30 years in Colorado.

“We are proud to welcome Ed into our work family, and we look forward to achieving our business goals with his expertise,” says Erin Gibbs, CEO and co-founder of American Vein & Vascular Institute. “Ed brings a focus, energy and ability that complements our practice management team as well as compassion for our patients and appreciation for the work of our front lines staff in achieving our mission of exceptional patient care.” 

About American Vein & Vascular Institute:

American Vein & Vascular Institute is a world-class network of vein diagnosis and treatment centers. Its multidisciplinary team of medical professionals is on the forefront of technology, advanced diagnostics and patient-focused culture. Chief Medical Executive, Gordon Gibbs, M.D., and his wife, CEO Erin Gibbs, co-founded American Vein & Vascular Institute in 2009 in Pueblo, Colo. and subsequently opened facilities in Cañon City, followed by Parker, Vail Valley, Arlington, TX, and most recently, Colorado Springs, Littleton and another in Pueblo. American Vein & Vascular Institute is now the largest network of vein and vascular centers in Colorado.

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