Dr. Jordan Bond

Texas Vascular Associates
PA 621 N. Hall St. Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75226

Facile in open and endovascular surgical therapy for a variety of vascular pathology, including but not limited to peripheral vascular disease, carotid disease, thoracic and abdominal aneurysmal disease, end stage renal disease with need for hemodialysis access, chronic venous insufficiency, venous thromboembolic disease, thoracic outlet syndrome, mesenteric and renovascular disease, and vascular trauma. Will be a registered physician in vascular interpretation upon completion of fellowship. Board certified in general surgery. Experienced in working with a variety of health care teams and providers, including attending physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, general surgery residents, and medical students. Well versed in electronic medical record platforms, including Cerner, Allscripts, and Epic.


  • Vascular Surgery Fellow 8/2019 – 7/2021
  • University of Tennessee–Memphis
  • Vascular surgery fellowship with clinical duties performed at multiple hospitals, including Methodist University Hospital, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis, Memphis VA Medical Center, and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital-Memphis. Led resident-supported team with daily rounding, instruction and teaching, as well as operative interventions and additional procedures.


  • Undergraduate: Vanderbilt University 7/2006 – 6/2010
  • Medical School: University of Louisville School of Medicine 7/2010 – 6/2004


    • National Provider Identifier Number: 1245658038
    • Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners
      Doctor of Medicine–General Surgery
      License Number: 59345
      Expiration: 6/30/2022
    • Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure
      Doctor of Medicine–Trainee
      License Number
      Expired 6/2019
    • American Board of Surgery
      Certified in General Surgery
      Certification Number: 065171
    • Drug Enforcement Administration Number: FB6291823
      Training–expired 6/2019
    • ATLS certified/Advanced Surgical Skills for Exposure in trauma certified–2019


      • Thatcher EJ, Bond J, Paydar I, Patton JG.. Genomic organization of zebrafish microRNAs.. BMC Genomics.. 2008, May; 29(9): 253-270.
      • Boxer LA, Bolyard AA, Marrero TM, Phan L, Bond JM, Alter BP, Bonilla MA, Link D, Newburger PE, Rosenberg PS, Shimamura A, Dale DC.. Impact of G-CSF on Outcomes of Pregnancy in Women with Severe Chronic Neutropenia. ASH Annual Meeting Abstracts. 2011, Dec; 1(118): 4786.
      • Maki AC, Bertolone SJ, Bond JM, Bond SJ.. Recurrent neutropenic enterocolitis in a pediatric patient.. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol.. 2013, Mar; 35(2): 64-66.
      • Sutton E, Richardson JD, Ziegler C, Bond J, Burke-Poole M, McMasters KM.. Is USMLE Step 1 score a valid predictor of success in surgical residency?. Am J Surg. 2014, Dec; 208(6): 1029-34.
      • Boxer LA, Bolyard AA, Kelley ML, Marrero TM, Phan L, Bond JM, Newburger PE, Dale DC.. Use of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor during pregnancy in women with chronic neutropenia.. Obstet Gynecol.. 2015, Jan; 125(1): 197-203.
      • Bond JM, Wayne E, Dwivedi AJ, Sigdel A.. Successful Percutaneous Retrieval of IVC Filter with Wide
      • Retroperitoneal Penetration Presenting with Gastrointestinal Bleeding. Annals of Vascular Diseases. 2017 Dec 25;10(4):438-440.
      • Bond SJ, Rapstine E, Bond JM.. Results of pectus excavatum correction using a minimally invasive approach with subxyphoid incision and three-point fixation. Pediatr Surg Int. 2018 Jan;34(1):75-78.


      • Jordan Bond. (February, 2011). Premedical Education and Medical School Admissions Oral Presentation presented at: 2011 Phi Delta Epsilon Regional Leadership Conference; Louisville, KY, USA.
      • Jordan Bond (May 2019). Percutaneous Thrombectomy of Dialysis Access–An Institutional Review. Presented at University of Louisville Department of Surgery–General Surgery Research Symposium


      • Internship for Severe Chronic Neutropenia International Registry – Research Internship – 2011 – University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
      • University of Louisville Paul C. Grider Award for outstanding academic performance – 2010-2011
      • University of Louisville Division of Vascular Surgery–Vascular Surgery Service Award for excellence by a resident on the vascular surgery service–2017-2018
      • Kentucky Chapter of American College of Surgeons–Winner of Resident Skills Competition–Vascular Anastomosis


      • University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, United States
        06/2004 – 07/2009
        Student Research Assistant, Dr. Steve Ellis
        Student Researcher in Dr. Steve Ellis’ laboratory in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Louisville studying rare ribosomal synthesis disorders.
      • Severe Chronic Neutropenia International Registry, Seattle, WA, United States
        05/2011 – 08/2011
        Worked with Dr. David Dale and his colleagues to collect data and analyze the progression and complications of neutropenic syndromes in various patients across the world.
      • Students as Teachers, Louisville, KY, United States
        07/2013 – 05/2014
        Student Advisor/Tutor
        Fourth year medical student selected to assist third year students by tutoring and advising them during their third year general surgery clerkship. This included group lectures on a variety of general surgery topics as well as advising students on general surgery application process.
      • Kaplan Test Prep, Louisville, KY, United States
        06/2009 – 06/2014
        Teacher, Louisville/Seattle branch offices
        Taught MCAT preparatory courses for pre-medicine college students as well as provided tutoring on an asneeded basis. This was done between 2009 and 2014 in Louisville, KY and Seattle, WA during different times.