Physician in Vascular Interpretation

Our RPVI exam preparation course will provide focused and effective review for those that seek to pass the APCA Registered Physician Vascular Interpretation (RPVI). Approved for 15-hour AMA PRA CAT 1 credits, this comprehensive course will advance the understanding of ultrasound physics and non-invasive vascular interpretation to include arterial, venous, abdominal, and cerebrovascular studies.  We use a variety of educational tools, including a comprehensive workbook, extensive audiovisuals, the most extensive and up to date case study collection, and personal interaction between faculty and student. Included in the course is post-class online access to our self-assessment tool called the X-ZONE. After attending the RPVI exam preparation course, you will be well equipped for the RPVI exam.

For more information regarding the RPVI exam, visit the ACPA website.


Vascular Technology

Jean M. White-Melendez, RVT, RPhS, FSVU

Jean is nationally recognized as a premier expert in venous disease, vascular testing and is a frequent lecturer throughout the USA. She has served as an application reviewer and site visitor for the Inter-societal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories (ICAVL). Jean has served on the Board of Directors of multiple vascular societies and foundations. She was honored as a Fellow of the SVU in 2014.


William B. Schroedter, BS, RVT, RPhS, FSVU

Bill Schroedter is a distinguished educator at the international and national levels. He is recognized as an authority in all aspects of vascular testing in both clinical practice and education. Bill spent many years on the Society of Vascular Ultrasound Board of Directors and as SVU Vice President. He was honored as a Fellow of SVU in 1998.

Dr. Edward G Mackay

Dr. Edward G. Mackay, MD, RVT, RPVI

Edward Mackay is a board-certified vascular surgeon and internationally recognized expert in the treatment of venous disease. He received his medical degree from the University of Florida, residency training at George Baptist Medical Center and a fellowship in vascular surgery at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. His breadth of knowledge in vascular testing coupled with his extraordinarily approachable lecturing style makes him the perfect addition to the physician vascular interpretation review course.

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