Cardiovascular surgeon Jonathan Ellichman, MD, founded Ellichman Vein and Vascular Centers, in Memphis, Tennessee, on the premise that minimally invasive vascular surgery could be delivered safely and efficiently in an outpatient environment. With an extensive surgical background which includes clinical research, academic and clinical practice, as well as the exploration and development of minimally invasive vascular technology, Dr. Ellichman has been a lifelong learner. He carries his enthusiasm for innovative medical solutions into Ellichman Vein and Vascular Centers, embracing minimally invasive procedures designed to improve patient’s health as effectively and efficiently as possible.
Dr. Ellichman has worked in a variety of medical settings. He held the position of Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Tennessee, the Medical Director of Vascular Surgery at Crittenden Regional Hospital, and a cardiovascular surgeon at Southern Cardiovascular, PLLC. He opened Ellichman Vein and Vascular Centers in 2014. He has been an advisor to the device industry and has assisted in bringing two minimally invasive vascular devices to market. He currently trains Vascular Surgeons from around the world in advanced limb salvage techniques.
"We were able to get an appointment the next day with Dr. E. Dr. Ellichman is very kind and a good man."
"Dr Ellichman was able to save my leg. I was told that I was going to have to lose it at Methodist. That was over a year ago and I still have it and no pain."
"Very thorough. Identified my problem and repaired it at Baptist hospital. He is my hero and I am not sure I would be alive today without him."
"I read about him online and he invented some of the tools that fix this disease. I am a diabetic and had a blood flow problem and he fixed me."