Thomas E. Eidson, DO, completed his phlebology fellowship program under the direction of American Vein & Vascular Institute Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Gordon F. Gibbs, MD.
Thomas E. Eidson, DO, completed his phlebology fellowship program under the direction of American Vein & Vascular Institute Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Gordon F. Gibbs, MD. The American Vein & Vascular Institute Phlebology Fellowship includes didactic studies, observation, hands-on training, and immersion into a practice culture that is based on patient care and service. Education is a core value at American Vein & Vascular Institute; successful completion of the fellowship is a prerequisite for its physicians. American Vein & Vascular Institute sets precedent for state-of-the-art technology and diagnostic standards.
Licensed in Colorado and Texas, Dr. Eidson also serves as Medical Administrator at HealthQuest Physical Medicine in Arlington. His hospital affiliations include the Medical Center of Arlington and Arlington Memorial Hospital.
A graduate of Arlington High School, Dr. Eidson received his bachelor’s degree in biology in 2004 from University of Texas at Arlington, and then attended medical school at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Henderson, Nevada, where he was on the Dean’s Honor List and was recognized for exemplary rotations.
After graduating from medical school in 2008, Dr. Eidson spent a year at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Stratford, N.J. as chief intern, with a focus in surgery. From there, he completed a residency at Southern Colorado Family Medicine in Pueblo, Colo., from 2009 to 2011. During those three years, Dr. Eidson volunteered his time as sideline physician for the football teams of South High School and Pueblo West High School in Pueblo.
Published in multiple peer-reviewed journals, Dr. Eidson regularly presents at medical conferences and has also written articles for such publications as Vein Therapy News and MD News. He is listed on the Healthgrades Honor Roll, and he maintains membership in a number of professional organizations, including the American Association of Family Physicians, the American Osteopathic Association, the American College of Phlebology, and the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association.
At Touro University, Dr. Eidson founded the Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Club and was also a founding member of Touro University’s Emergency Medicine Club. While attending Touro, he was elected Wellness Director, which entailed the assurance of overall health and well being among all students and faculty.
Dr. Eidson served as vice president of Pi Kappa Phi from 2003-2004. Pi Kappa Phi operates its own philanthropy, Push America, which works with individual chapters to serve people with disabilities, and to this day, Dr. Eidson is active in Push America. In addition to his volunteer efforts with Push America, since 2001 Dr. Eidson has regularly volunteered for Special Olympics, fulfilling roles ranging from a finish line greeter to helping set up and clean up during events. Philanthropy and volunteerism is characteristic of American Vein & Vascular Institute health care professionals who embrace an “all of us work together culture.” No one is too important not to pitch in.
- Diplomate of the American Board of Venous & Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM)
- Board-Certified Family Medicine