• Member Spotlight

Jeffrey Indes, MD

  • VESS Member Since

    January 2010

  • Undergraduate Education


  • Medical School

    Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • Surgical Training: (General Residency/Vascular Residency/Vascular Fellowship)
    • Temple University Hospital – General Surg
    • Montefiore Albert Einstein – Vascular Fellowship
  • Current Practice
    • Associate Professor of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery
    • Site Director for Vascular Surgery, Einstein Campus
    • Program Director, Vascular Surgery Residency and Fellowship
    • Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
    • Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • Professional Interests
    • Aortic Surgery
    • Carotid Disease
    • Limb Salvage
    • Surgical Education
    • Clinical Outcomes
    • All complicated open procedures
  • Personal Interests

    My son’s hockey, running, fly fishing

  • Why did you become a vascular surgeon?

    The main reason was my love of the technical nature of open procedures. In residency I also had tremendous mentorship from young attendings as well as more experienced attendings who inspired me with their hands and their minds. In addition, I wanted to be apart of the “Endovascular Revolution” that we are currently and I think will continue, to experience.

  • Why did you join the VESS?

    I was a young fresh attending and I was lucky to be influenced by young and very talented colleagues. They encouraged me to join.

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