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.