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Dr. Jennifer Ellis, MD – Heart Surgeon, Washington, DC,

Posted by Adam Pick on September 11th, 2007

From February through April of this year, I ran an extensive survey to better understand the realities of heart valve surgery for patients and their caregivers.

Some of the questions posed to the 78 former, heart valve surgery patients were about their cardiothoracic surgeons. The responses to these questions were very interesting.

Dr Jennifer Ellis, Heart Surgeon

As I reviewed the survey results, a few select heart surgeons received high marks and comments from their heart valve surgery patients. One of those top cardiothoracic surgeons was Jennifer Ellis from Washington, D.C.

Dr. Jennifer Ellis is a heart surgeon at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C. Jennifer Ellis, MD has a specialty in adult cardiac surgeon and general thoracic surgery.

As a heart surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Ellis has a fantastic academic background having studied and Yale University and Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Jennifer Ellis performed her residency at New York Medical Program and was a research fellow at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

The cardiothoracic surgeon, Jennifer Lynn Ellis, MD, has interests in adult cardiac surgery, minimally invasive surgery and golf.

To contact Dr. Jennifer Ellis, MD:

Address: 110 Irving Street, NW, 1E3, Washington, DC, 20010, (202) 291-1430.

The heart surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Ellis, can be reached at

If you are interested in learning more about Dr. Jennifer Ellis, other heart valve surgeons, the heart valve surgery experience or the survey results referenced above, you may want to learn more about my book, The Patient’s Guide To Heart Valve Surgery.

Keep on tickin!

Adam Pick
Written by Adam Pick A dad, a husband and a patient, Adam Pick founded this website in 2006 to educate you about heart valve surgery from diagnosis to recovery.
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