Work History

Work History
Jan 2010 - Present

CEO

Vein Care of New York

We are the Vein Specialists serving the New York City and Long Island area. Vein Care offers safe, effective, and virtually painless treatments for spider veins and varicose veins.The new wave technology used for the removal of spider veins is a European treatment that has produced great results for over 8 years in England and France and is now available in the U.S. The treatment can be done in as little as 15 minutes with immediate benefits. We can treat spider veins anywhere on the body, from head to toe. The laser treatment for varicose veins is performed by our Board Certified Vascular Surgeons and can usually be done in less than one hour, may be covered by your insurance, and is considered the new gold standard of care.

Dec 2011 - Present

CEO

National Health and Wellness Initiative

The National Health and Wellness Initiative (NHWI), is a non-profit organization dedicated to community service through the prevention and early detection of cardiovascular disease.  The National Health and Wellness Initiatives (NWHI) mission is to serve as a public health advocate for cardiovascular health by providing free public health screens and health education to the general public and qualified organizations. These health screens identify persons who are at risk for cardiovascular disease, which is the #1 cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States. Our mobile team is comprised of NYS Licensed Nurses and Ultrasound Technicians who utilize the “gold standard” Framingham Heart Study Algorithm as well as state of the art ultrasound diagnostics in their risk assessment. Participants who are identified to be at risk are counseled and educated in appropriate follow-up care specific to their personal needs and requirements. Educational pamphlets published by the most authoritative organizations, including: The American Heart Association, The Society of Vascular Surgery, National Institute of Health, etc., are also provided.

Education

Education
Jan 1982 - Jan 1986

MD

University of Miami School of Medicine

The University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, an academic medical center founded in 1952, is proud to serve South Florida, South America and the Caribbean in education, research, patient care and community service.The founders of the Miller School of Medicine were true visionaries. They anticipated the tremendous need for excellent medical care within our community and set into motion a plan for the facility that now has more than 1 million patient encounters annually.

Sep 1981 - May 1982

MS

Columbia University

Columbia University was founded in 1754 as King's College by royal charter of King George II of England. It is the oldest institution of higher learning in the state of New York and the fifth oldest in the United States.Controversy preceded the founding of the College, with various groups competing to determine its location and religious affiliation. Advocates of New York City met with success on the first point, while the Anglicans prevailed on the latter. However, all constituencies agreed to commit themselves to principles of religious liberty in establishing the policies of the College.

Objective

Professional and Social Media Networking

Summary

Jonathan Landow, M.D., serves as Chief Executive Officer of Vein Care of New York (VCNY), a specialty practice offering traditional surgical and laser vein therapies in treating vascular issues such as varicose veins and spider veins. Dr. Jonathan Landow's staff is comprised of board-certified vascular surgeons, vascular specialists including nurses and physician assistants, and ultrasound technicians. The practice also helps support a public health presence, offering the greater New York community complimentary public health screenings and educational support. Dr. Landow earned his B.A. in Economics at Vassar College in New York, subsequently completing an M.S. in Nutrition and Biochemistry at Columbia University. He studied medicine at the University of Miami in Florida, returning to New York to pursue postdoctoral training at Lenox Hill Hospital. Practicing in the field of preventative medicine for several years, he subsequently branched out into entrepreneurial pursuits within the healthcare sector. Dr. Jonathan Landow became engaged as healthcare consultant with numerous Wall Street firms, advising on medical-industry transactions. In 1993, he joined a healthcare-focused venture capital company as Vice President, managing investments in the $10 million to $50 million range. He founded the practice management services provider, New York Medical, Inc., in 1994, quickly establishing it as one of the region’s leading specialty practices encompassing neurology, orthopedic surgery, pain management, physical medicine and rehabilitation, physical therapy, acupuncture, and internal medicine. In 2011, Dr. Landow established The National Health and Wellness Initiative, a nonprofit company dedicated to the early detection of Cardiovascular disease. Focused on community service, the Program’s mobile team screens people for cardiovascular disease risk factors and provides educational services and counseling to program participants. This class of diseases has emerged as America’s leading source of morbidity and mortality. Jonathan Landow, M.D., also supports youth- and education-focused nonprofit organizations, including the Grenville Baker Boys and Girls Club of Locust Valley and the Long Island Children’s Museum. He has served on the Medical advisory board for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and a development board of The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, which is the research branch of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System.

Interest

Hobbies & Interests Medicine, Nutrition, Art and HIstory, ResearchCharitable ActivitiesLong Island Children's Museum, the Grenville Baker Boys, Girls Club of Locust Valley

Skills

Skills

Cardiovascular Disease Research and Action

Varicose Vein Treatment

Bulging Leg Veins

Spider Veins