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Chase A. DeValk, PA-C


Vascular Surgery

Office Phone 719-562-2300

  • Parkview Employed Physician
Patient Rating
4.8 (89 Ratings, 9 Comments)


Chase DeValk, MPAS, PA-C, is a certified Physician Assistant caring for patients at Parkview Vascular and Vein Center. He earned his Masters of Physician Assistant Studies degree from the University of Bridgeport Physician Assistant Institute in Bridgeport, CT. He attended the University of Wisconsin for his undergraduate education, where he studied Kinesiology and Healthcare Science.   

Throughout his training, Mr. DeValk became especially interested in assisting surgeons in the O.R., as well as, following up with patients’ medical management and post-operative care, which led him to choose Vascular Surgery. Most importantly, Vascular Surgery allows him greater rapport with patients due to long-term follow up. He enjoys teaching his patients about screenings, surveillance, post-op care, and risk factor management.

Mr. DeValk grew up in Wisconsin. He has a passion for volunteerism and medical mission work. Outside of work, he enjoys outdoor activities, exercise, spending time with family, and is an avid fan of the Packers, Brewers, Bucks, and Badgers!

Provider's Additional Contact Information

Fax: 719-562-2095



4.8 out of 5 (89 Ratings, 9 Comments)
April 14, 2021
Everybody was very pleasant. everybody was on time, everybody explained everything. The only problem is there was no parking there. There is no parking lot for a lot of people that were there at the same time. Thank you. Bye.
February 11, 2021
Making sure to be treating the correct patient
January 04, 2021
Nothing...the staff and Dr Pann are extremely caring and put the patient care and concerns foremost.
December 10, 2020
You had good service through the whole deal, but I was there, for the 10-15 days I was there. Best doctors and nurses and and the help.
December 08, 2020
The office visit was perfect!
November 16, 2020
All the nurses and doctors were very good. They did everything fine, and I was very very happy with all the overall performance and everything and I appreciate it. They did a very good job. I appreciate it and I thank them very much.
October 27, 2020
Everything went perfect and I could not think of any improvements except for the weather, LOL
October 14, 2020
I did not get to see Dr. Feuer, The vascular surgeon. I saw the nurse practitioner, Chase, Who reported the results of my carotid artery ultrasound. Chase do you do a super job and spent a lot of time with me. However, I was told I would see Dr. Feuer . . . Therefore I was not prepared to see a young nurse practitioner. I do have to say that Chase, the nurse practitioner was very good at reporting the results of my carotid artery ultrasound .
September 02, 2020
I have found that when I reported for my last three appointments, there is a sign that says please use the hand sanitizer by the door. It has been empty each time. I have reported it to the receptionist each time. They act surprised each time. I know it is not their responsibility to replace the sanitizer but they should alert someone to the problem. Attention to detail is important/
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Education and Training


University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Kinesiology & Healthcare Science
University of Bridgeport Physician Assistanct Institute, Physician Assistant Studies

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