Dr. Caroline Novak

Vein doctor


Internal Medicine and Vein Disease specialist

University of Chicago

Dr. Caroline Novak is an Internal Medicine and Vein Disease specialist; she is known for improving patient wellness with an expert and personalized approach. She has always believed the relationship between doctor and patient significantly contribute to the quality of care that is delivered and received. This fundamental belief has led her to build an impeccable career, dedicated to helping patients find a minimally invasive solution to lower extremity discomfort.

Dr. Novak offers the latest treatments for Chronic Venous Insufficiency at our Long Island Vein Center.

Areas of expertise

Venous Medicine
Internal Medicine

Extensive experience

As a marathon runner herself, Dr. Novak understands that even a small amount of discomfort can have a profound impact on quality of life, which is why she focuses on bringing her patients cutting edge treatments such as Radiofrequency Ablation, Sclerotherapy, and VenaSeal.

Training & recognition

Dr. Novak graduated with honors from the prestigious University of Chicago. She went on to attend the University of Illinois Medical School on an academic scholarship, graduating at the top of her class. She completed residency at one of the nations’ top programs, Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, winning multiple teaching awards over the course of her training.

She moved to the east coast when she joined the faculty at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where she focused on enhancing patient comfort via pain management and management of multiple complex medical conditions. During her time at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, she was the recipient of the prestigious “teacher of the year” award.

Dr. Novak currently sees patients at our Long Island Vein Center.