Robert R Artwohl, MD, PC • 3300 Providence Drive, Suite 309 • Anchorage AK 9950 • Phone: 907-222-6240 • Fax: 907-222-6870
Robert R Artwohl, MD, PC
3300 Providence Drive - Suite 309
Anchorage AK 99508
Call Us: 907-222-6240
Robert R Artwohl, M.D.
Director and Founder, Alaska Vein Clinic
Dr. Robert R. Artwohl is an experienced general and vascular surgeon who now limits his practice to diagnosing and treating vein disease. He has specialized in arterial and venous surgery for over 20 years, and has lived in Anchorage, Alaska since 1997.
Dr. Artwohl received his BA magna cum laude in Biology from University of Maryland, Baltimore County and his MD degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He then spent two years as a Clinical Fellow at the Surgery Branch of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute at National Institutes of Health and completed his surgical residency at Maryland in 1986. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery.
During his training, one of his rotations involved a three month stint at the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage. “I became very enchanted with the place,” he says.
In addition to providing Alaskans the latest in minimally invasive vein treatment, Dr. Artwohl and his staff strive to treat each patient with the highest level of care, compassion and attention to each patient’s unique needs.
Dr. Artwohl was born in Charlottesville, Virginia and spent his formative years in the Washington, D.C. area, Madrid, Spain, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the son of a career Air Force officer who was a highly decorated World War II fighter pilot.
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Devon T. Berthiaume, BA, RDMS, RVT
Director, Alaska Vein Clinic Ultrasound
Devon assists Dr. Artwohl in performing the ClosureFast procedures, as well as performing other ultrasound studies, and has been with the Alaska Vein Clinic since June, 2010, and assumed the Directorship of the Alaska Vein Clinic Ultrasound department in December, 2015.
He received his undergraduate degree from Willamette University and his ultrasound training at Nebraska Methodist College. He has lived in Alaska since 1994 and has been a practicing sonographer since 2007.
He enjoys world travel, world beer, and molecular cooking. He has visited over 20 countries. He has been known to play a computer game or two.
During the winter, you will often find Devon with broom in hand — as a member of the Anchorage Curling Club.
Cheryl grew up in the Vancouver, BC area and managed her father’s dental practice for many years. She is basically the brains of this outfit. She keeps the books and helps patients with their insurance and financial issues. She constantly harasses Dr. Artwohl to finish his charting. She is a new grandmother to a baby girl, Poppy Mae, so all we really hear from her desk these days is “My Poppy, is so cute!,” as her daughter keeps here updated with streaming videos over the internet. Cheryl enjoys cooking and spoils her husband with gourmet meals. She is also a golf nut and can be found on the Anchorage golf course most evenings after work during the summer.
Le’Toyia has been a certified medical assistant since 2005, and received her Associates of Arts degree in medical assisting in 2014. She fits in well with the Alaska Vein Clinic’s patient-first philosophy. “Each time I interact with a patient, I treat them the way I would want to be treated.”
A busy wife and mother of four (soon to be five!), Le’Toyia enjoys the great outdoor activities Alaska has to offer including hiking, camping, and fishing. She also likes to crochet.
Yousi was born in Havana, Cuba, Her family emigrated to Miami, Florida, where she became an American citizen in her late childhood. She came to Alaska in 2015, after leaving Miami and spending a few years in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She received her Associate of Occupational Studies Degree in 2010 and is a Registered Medical Assistant. She is a busy mother of two and enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her favorite activities include swimming, biking, hiking, and camping. She is obsessed with plants and now grows over 50 varieties in her home. She sees no end in sight as she tries to incorporate as much nature inside her home as possible.
Ruth has been a part-time receptionist with the Alaska Vein Clinic since 2012, and has found the Alaska Vein Clinic a positive experience — not only as an employee, but as a patient. Having had ClosureFast by Dr. Artwohl, she enjoys making the patient feel comfortable about the procedure and smiles knowingly when she hears a patient say, “Why did I wait so long to have this done. My legs feel so much better!” Just as importantly, the Alaska Vein Clinic has found Ruth to be a very positive experience. Her cheerful outlook is so consistent, we all wonder if Ruth ever has a bad day. Ruth took medical coding, medical terminology, and biology at UAA. Prior to her medical career, Ruth was a travel agent for over 20 years. She has was born in Monmouth, Illinois and has been an Alaskan resident since 1972. For most of this time, it has been with her husband Jerry. They have been married 22 years. Combined, they have a total of 8 kids.
Alaska Vein Clinic • 3300 Providence Drive, Suite 309 • Anchorage AK • 99508
Tel 907-222-6240 • Fax: 907-222-6870
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