Eleftherios S. Xenos, MD, PhD, RVT, FACS

  • Associate Chief Quality Officer & Chief Medical Revenue Officer
  • Chief of Vascular Surgery
4.25 out of 5

About

Eleftherios Xenos is a native of Athens, Greece, and a professor in the UK Department of Surgery. He is a board certified vascular surgeon with special interests in endovascular and open abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysm repair, carotid stenting and treatment of vein diseases.

Dr. Xenos is a graduate of the University of Athens Medical School. He completed a residency in general surgery at the State University of New York Health Sciences Center. He has had two fellowships, one in transplant surgery at University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Hospital and one in vascular surgery at University of Tennessee Medical Center.

Dr. Xenos served as a research fellow at the University of Minnesota’s Division of Transplant Surgery and has published extensively. He previously worked at hospitals in Missouri, West Virginia and Ohio.

Faculty Rank

  • Professor of Surgery

Training & Education

Degree

University of Athens, Greece

Residency

State University of New York at Syracuse

Fellowship

University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Fla.
University of Minnesota Hospital, Minneapolis

Certifications and Special Training

American Board of Surgery
American Board of Surgery, Vascular Surgery
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
Graduate certificate in clinical and translational sciences
Graduate of UK HealthCare Executive Leadership and Management program

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Ratings & Reviews

4.25 out of 5
3 Reviews

The star rating is a calculation based on feedback from our patients using our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Learn more about our survey process. Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

  • Patient Review

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    March 3rd 2022
    Excellent care and concern.

    Patient Review

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    November 3rd 2021
    Never met before, talked only to nurses. Ask about pain meds, told us clinic does not prescribe Rx for pain: Call MD. MD was from hospital clinic surgeon caused open wound - Then left with no way to get med after hospital discover ran out -

    Patient Review

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    November 3rd 2021
    The doctor was there only. He acted like he did not want to be the doctor... for no more than 30 seconds and walked out I guess he did this so he could charge a fee. Doctor was BAD.