Vascular Institute Opens Clinic In Dayton

Monday, January 17, 2022

The Vascular Institute announces the opening of its fifth location in Dayton at 7693 Rhea County Hwy.

The office will be open every Thursday, beginning this week, to serve patients’ general
vascular appointments, as well as perform diagnostic ultrasounds.

"Ashley Elledge, FNP-BC will lead this office and deliver compassionate, convenient and quality care for her patients," officials said.

New patient appointments are being scheduled now by calling 423-602-2750.

“The VIC Team is very excited to be in Dayton, and for the opportunity to serve the region.
Access to care is critical for vascular patients. By opening an office in the community, it will allow
for patients to be triaged, seen and diagnosed quickly,” said Dr. Chris LeSar.

The VIC Vascular Team consists of Dr. Chris LeSar, Dr. Elizabeth Hartmann and Dr. William Harris, who specialize in all aspects of vascular surgery. Surgeons perform procedures in the VIC Chattanooga and Cleveland Outpatient Surgical centers, as well as all area hospitals, including Parkridge, Erlanger, Tennova and CHI Memorial.


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