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Board Certified Doctor

A leader in advanced vascular surgery and cosmetic enhancement procedures Marcus Jimenez, MD is a Board-Certified Cardiovascular surgeon with over a decade of experience. Regarded as a preeminent authority on the treatment of venous disease, he is the founder and medical director of The Indiana Vein and Laser Center as well as The Medical Spa, Fort Wayne and Fishers most established medical facility devoted exclusively to surgical and non-surgical cosmetic amelioration and rejuvenation treatments.

Dr. Jimenez has created a sophisticated and state-of-the-art environment at The Indiana Vein and Laser Center aimed at increasing each of his patient’s wellbeing and quality of life. His approach focuses on the personalized care of his clientele, always taking into account their wellness and comfort. His commitment to surgical innovations and his skill and artistry have distinguished him as a leader in the diagnosis and treatment of venous disease and in the area of improving vein functionality and appearance. No one in the region has the equivalent combination of skill, training, and experience.

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Patient Testimonials

"I am very pleased with the treatment and the results that Dr. Jimenez recommended for my recurrent varicose veins...."


"...as I got older it was becoming painful to stand for long hours. I was given Dr. Jimenez’ name, and I called to make an appointment. It was one of the best days of my life. After the first treatment, my legs not only felt better, but looked better.”


“I am so thrilled with the way my legs look and feel. I used to have pain on the backs of my legs as I sat in my chair, or was driving my car. Now, the pain is gone and my legs look terrific!"

 
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2410 North Glendale Drive, Suite C
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804
Phone: 260.432.7654

11481 Olio Rd.
Fishers, Indiana 46037
Phone: 317.915.8323

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