Tampa Vein Doctor – Brandt Jones, DO Specializes In Non-Invasive Surgery For Treating All Vein & Arterial Disorders
Tampa vein doctor, Dr. Brandt Jones, DO RPVI is a Board-Certified Vascular Surgeon with vast experience in treating acute and chronic venous diseases using non-invasive surgical methods such as laser vein ablation.
Dr. Jones is passionate about conducting research about vascular diseases and has been doing so for the past five years. In addition, he is a firm believer in applying a multi-disciplinary approach when it comes to limb salvage in patients suffering from dangerously restricted blood circulation in the arms and legs.
In addition to being part of the team of vascular surgeons here at The Vein & Vascular Institute of Tampa Bay, Dr. Jones is also the Medical Director of the Vascular Surgery Team at the Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point and provides vascular surgery at Spring Hill Hospital and Northbay Hospital in New Port Richey.
Education & Training
Dr. Jones completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona where he earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in History, with minors in Spanish and Pre-Medicine. He also aided in the research and development of surgical technologies.
Dr. Jones then attended Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Las Vegas, Nevada and earned his D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathy) and was part of the first graduating class. Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine receive special training in the musculoskeletal system to understand how that system influences the condition of all other body systems.
After earning his D.O., Dr. Jones completed his General Surgery Residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey where he was appointed Chief Surgical Resident. During his residency, he conducted research of vascular diseases and was presented with the Physician Leadership Award.
At the Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University, Dr. Jones completed his Fellowship in Vascular Surgery where he helped develop a pulmonary embolism thrombolysis protocol and response team.
Certifications, Memberships & Affiliations
Dr. Brandt Jones is Board-Certified in Vascular Surgery and he is a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI), meaning that he has had the highest standard of training in vascular ultrasound interpretation, allowing him to use ultrasound technology to diagnose and treat all vascular diseases with the utmost accuracy.
Additionally, Dr. Jones is affiliated with Oak Hill Hospital in Brooksville, FL, and is an active member of the Society of Vascular Surgeons and of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons.
Dr. Jones is also an Adjunct Clinical Professor at Lecom-Bradenton College of Osteopathic Medicine and a physician for Florida Limb Saving Institute.
If you are suffering from any vein or arterial disease, Tampa vein doctor, Dr. Brandt Jones can help restore your vascular health using the most advanced, non-invasive treatments that will allow you to enjoy quick recovery time, and minimal to no scars in the treatment area.
To schedule a Vein Consultation with Board-Certified Vascular Surgeon Dr. Brandt Jones, give us a call at (813) 377-2773 because your vascular health is important to us.
The staff is kind, courteous, caring and considerate. Dr Brandt Jones has an excellent bedside manor. He takes his time with you explains what is going on and makes sure you understand. Could not ask for a better doctor.
Everyone was very kind, considerate and caring. The procedure was nearly pain free and Dr. Jones was very attentive and caring as was his assistant. I am very happy I chose this facility.
My husband and I were BLESSED this past Christmas to have Dr. Brandt Jones assigned to my husband's case at the Medical Center of Trinity, Florida. He was caring, patient, and thorough; straightforward with his diagnosis and options for Dieter's treatment. He explained everything and answered every question--even the ones we'd already asked. We never would have made it through 12/22/15--1/22/16 without his care and advice. . .both at the hospital, throughout D's care at rehab, and in the office visits. The staff is made of good listeners, too. . .so important when you're feeling like your world is caving in around you.