Dr. Jonathan Bath is a vascular surgeon in Columbia, MO and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital and University of Missouri Health Care. He received his medical degree from (King's College London - School of Medicine) and completed General Surgery residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and UCLA.
Dr. Bath then completed Vascular Surgery Fellowship at UPMC and has been in practice for 7 years.
His clinical interest is with complex aortic aneurysm repair with novel endovascular and traditional open surgical techniques. Cerebrovascular treatment including CEA, TCAR and TFCAS as well as CLTI treatments including complex repeat limb salvage operations and alternative access, including retrograde pedal endovascular approaches.
Dr. Bath performs a number of hemodialysis and complete venous disorder treatments including Venaseal, RFA, phlebectomy as well as central venous stenting and iliofemoral recanalization and stenting procedures.
Dr. Bath is a grant-funded clinical researcher focusing on large database health sciences research as well as imaging research in vascular surgery. This imaging research is focused on computational fluid dynamics modeling for vascular disorders and thermal imaging in peripheral arterial disease.
Dr. Bath also directs the Vascular Surgery Fellowship at Mizzou, with recent expansion of the fellowship to 3 fellows total
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Jonathan Bath, MD
Dr. Bath's special interests include aneurysm disease, carotid disease, peripheral arterial disease, dialysis procedures and venous disorders.
Education & Training
University of Pittsburgh Medical CenterFellowship, Vascular Surgery, 2011 - 2013
UCLA Medical CenterResidency, General Surgery, 2007 - 2011
Johns Hopkins UniversityResidency, General Surgery, 2006 - 2008
(King's College London - School of Medicine)Class of 2005
Matthew R. Janko, Karen Woo, Robert I. Hacker, Donald T. Baril, Jonathan Bath, Matthew R. Smeds, Vikram S. Kashyap, Zoltán Szeberin, Gregory A. Magee, Ramsey S. Elsaye...> ;Journal of Vascular Surgery. 2019 Mar 1