Dr. Vasquez is proud to provide to the citizens of Western New York and Buffalo the most cutting-edge and innovative vein treatments in the world. He is nationally and internationally recognized for his expertise, teaching, and research in promoting venous health.
Meet Dr. Vasquez
Our mission is to provide the highest quality, the most technologically advanced and the most academically appropriate care for our patients in a respectful and compassionate environment.
Our vision is to advance the care and treatment our patients receive through the commitment to research and education.
We are a patient-centered practice, placing emphasis on our patients and their needs. We pursue excellence in all facets of our practice and follow our outcomes in an effort to improve. We hold ourselves accountable for our practice responsibilities and duties. We demonstrate honesty and integrity in all our functions.
Meet Our Providers
The Venous Institute of Buffalo specializes in providing minimally invasive techniques for venous and endovenous surgery. Our staff is a talented team of individuals including Physician Assistants, Glenn Buczkowski PA-C and Danielle Panza PA-C and a dedicated research coordinator.
Glenn is an adjunct assistant professor of surgery in the Daemen College Physician Assistant program. He was recognized by the New York State Society of Physician Assistants as 2007 Physician Assistant Educator of the year. He was an invited speaker to his profession's National Conference in 2008 in San Antonio, TX to speak on venous insufficiency. He has once again been invited to speak for the 2009 American Academy of Physician Assistants Conference in San Diego, California.
Danielle graduated Summa Cum Laude from D'Youville College in 2011, earning her Master of Science degree as a Physician Assistant. She has been a PA at the Venous Institute of Buffalo since 2013.
Danielle not only sees patients and assists Dr. Vasquez in procedures, she also performs Sclerotherapy and Laser therapy for our patients to remove unsightly spider veins of the legs.
She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).
When she is not taking care of our patients, Danielle enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter at home.