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June 22, 2022  |  News Category: Hospital News

Laurinburg, N.C. – Scotland Health and Carolina Heart and Leg based in Fayetteville have partnered together to provide a Vein Clinic located inside of the Scotland Wound Clinic on the campus of Scotland Memorial Hospital in Laurinburg. 

Dr. Hari Saini, M.D and Kimalisa Locklear, FNP-C are the providers on site. Dr. Hari Saini is a board-certified interventional cardiologist who specializes in venous, arterial, and coronary interventions. Dr. Saini began practicing cardiology in 1998 and completed his interventional cardiology boards in 2000 at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Saini opened Carolina Heart and Leg Center, P.A. in December 2013. Kim is a North Carolina native from Robeson County. She has been an RN for over 18 years working in a variety of healthcare areas with her main focus in cardiology. She received her undergraduate degree from George Mason University and is a 2019 Family Nurse Practitioner graduate of South University. Kim has been with Carolina Heart and Leg Center since 2013.
A significant percent of the population suffers from venous insufficiency where the veins  are unable to return blood to the heart. This results in lower leg swelling, varicose veins, pain, skin discolorations, difficulty walking, infections and can even lead to a non-healing wound. Unless the problem is corrected, these symptoms and wounds can recur and be a life-long problem. The Scotland Wound Clinic has the capability to diagnose venous insufficiency through advanced testing performed by a Registered Vascular Technologist in the wound center. Dr. Saini and Kim can then determine what treatment option is best and can perform venous ablations in the wound center as well making this very convenient for the patients.    

No referral from a provider is needed. Anyone with symptoms can make an appointment for an evaluation. To make an appointment, please call 910-291-7711.