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Douglas Jicha MD, FACS

Douglas Jicha MD, FACS

(707) 546-3141
Primary Specialties
  • Endovascular Surgery
  • Vascular Surgery
Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • St. Joseph Health Medical Group

Primary Office

Address:
St Joseph Health Medical Group
121 Sotoyome Street
Ste. 203
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Phone:
(707) 546-3141
Fax:
(707) 546-7351
Web Page:
www.stjosephhealthmedicalgroup.com

Physician Bio

Douglas L. Jicha, MD, is a vascular and endovascular surgeon at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. He received his medical degree from Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons and completed his residency at the Harvard Fifth Surgical Service-New England Deaconess Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. He took a Surgical Oncology Research Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health and completed a Vascular Surgery Fellowship in 1994 at the University of California, San Francisco.

Dr. Jicha is privileged in both vascular and endovascular surgery. He is board certified in Vascular Surgery and General Surgery and his professional affiliations include the Society for Vascular Surgery and the American College of Surgeons. He has presented and published in many areas including abdominal aortic aneurysms and endovascular procedures.

Education

  • Medical School:
    Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons
  • Residency:
    New England Deaconess Hospital
  • Fellowship:
    University of California- San Francisco
  • Fellowship:
    National Cancer Institute

Associations

  • American College of Surgeons

Certifications

Society for Vascular Surgery

Areas of Expertise

Endovascular and Vascular Surgery

Awards

“Excellence in Patient Satisfaction” recognition based on 2009 Avatar patient survey scores

Areas of Interest

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms (open and endo), Carotid Artery Disease including carotid stenting, lower extremity peripheral vascular disease including diabetic problems, endovascular procedures (using catheters, wires, balloons and stents through small access sites in the groin to improve blood flow)