The Chamber and Renasant Bank presented South Georgia Vein Center with the November Small Business of the Month award.
Since 2003, South Georgia Vein Center has provided unparalleled service to its patients through the pioneering of safe and beneficial medical procedures.
Dr. Greg Martin and his highly trained professional staff care deeply for their patients. According to Jerry Kozuch, public relations representative, “each patient is walked through their surgery with compassion, kindness, and familiarity that only a locally based business can provide.”
Grateful for their multiple community and professional awards received, South Georgia Vein Center appreciates their repeat patients that continue to visit their office regularly.
A proud member of the Chamber, South Georgia Vein Center strives to give long-term community service to the Valdosta Community through various means.
“South Georgia Vein owes its success to the real value, customer service, and true southern hospitality,” said Kozuch.
South Georgia Vein Center is located at 3338 Country Club Road (Summit Pointe), Valdosta. For more information, call 229-259-9666 or online at www.valdostaveins.net.
The Chamber Ambassadors recently honored Coleman Talley LLP with a ribbon cutting on Nov. 7, 2018, to celebrate the completed rehabilitation of its new offices located at 109 S. Ashley Street in downtown Valdosta.
Following a lengthy rehabilitation of the Southern Salvage Building, which began last spring, the 22,000-square-foot building accommodates the firm’s growing client base, as well as an increased number of attorneys and staff.
“Since last spring, we have been focused on preserving the past, and now we are able to look toward the future to another chapter in our own history,” said Justin Scott, managing partner
with Coleman Talley.
Founded in 1937, Coleman Talley has 35 attorneys with offices in Valdosta and Atlanta. The firm has a sophisticated commercial practice area servicing commercial and residential real estate and construction needs, municipal law, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, affordable and multifamily housing, and university housing transactions, as well as a reputable and established litigation practice.
“We serve all of Georgia and the Southeastern United States,” Scott said. “In addition to being members of the State Bar of Georgia, certain attorneys are also licensed to practice law in Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, and South Carolina.”
Coleman Talley is certified by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) for best practices in real estate transactions. The firm has also been recognized as “Legal Leaders” by Martindale Hubbell and acknowledged by A. M. Best as client recommended insurance attorneys for more than 50 years.
As a Chamber President’s Partner, Scott said, Coleman Talley has the opportunity to network in the community and connect with local leaders.
“Through events like ribbon cuttings and sponsorship of Chamber events, we are able to increase our recognition and expand our reach in the community,” he said.
The Chamber Ambassadors honored Urological Clinic of Valdosta (UCV), P.C. as the Leading Business of the Week for Nov. 5, 2018.
Urological Clinic of Valdosta was founded by Dr. Mike S. Chiang, and is committed to providing comprehensive urological healthcare to the community. The dedicated team provides a full spectrum of urologic services to patients of any age, both male and female. Dr. Chiang is joined with Dr. Patrick Parker and Physician Assistants Dewayne Blanton and Brad Ridge.
UCV is located at 3294 N. Oak Street Extension, and provides medical services for patients experiencing: low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, kidney stones, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, enlarged prostate and more.
“UCV is becoming a center of excellence for Urolift, an innovative treatment for enlarged prostate and urinary retention, which has seen remarkable results,” said Pamela Chiang, administrator.
Devoted to providing excellent medical care, the staff of UCV strives to make the time that patients are in their clinic as stress-free as possible. “With the medical expertise of our providers, patients can feel confident that their urological needs are treated as conservatively as possible with more aggressive options available,” said Chiang.
UCV is a proud member of the Chamber. “The Valdosta-Lowndes Chamber assists in connecting UCV to our community and our patients,” said Chiang.
The Leading Business of the Week program is designed to recognize members who have partnered with the Chamber for at least five years. Colson Business Systems proudly sponsors the 2018 Leading Business of the Week program. For more information, visit www.ValdostaChamber.com/Leading-Business-of-the-Week.
The Chamber Ambassadors recently honored The Spa Aesthetics and Wellness, LLC with a ribbon cutting on Oct. 11, to celebrate its new name and ownership. The new facility is located at 2420 Bemiss Road, Suite C, in Valdosta.
Owners, Kelly Ramirez and Talarie Giddens, are licensed estheticians, certified in medical aesthetics, and both have an assistant laser practitioner license.
“Being able to offer quality aesthetic and wellness services has always been a dream of ours, and now it is a reality,” said Giddens.
In May, Ramirez and Giddens purchased Ageless Medical and re-branded the company. The Spa Aesthetics and Wellness offers aesthetic (medical), esthetic (cosmetic) procedures along with wellness and holistic products and services to promote beautiful, healthy skin. The goal for The Spa Aesthetics and Wellness is to offer viable, results-driven solutions for their clients' skincare concerns, and promote and encourage a holistic and overall healthy lifestyle.