Jacqueline Majors, MD

Board Certified Vascular Surgeon located in Germantown, TN & Memphis, TN

About Dr. Majors

Jacqueline Majors, MD, is a board-certified general surgeon at Vascular and Vein Institute of the South in Germantown and Memphis, Tennessee, with a specialty in vascular surgery.

Dr. Majors is a Memphis-native who completed her Vascular Surgery fellowship at the University of Tennessee. Her General Surgery training was completed at the University of Tennessee here in Memphis as well. She has ample training in endovascular and open surgical technique and the ability to fully manage the complex vascular patient. She offers full treatment options in aortic, carotid, peripheral arterial disease, limb preservation, venous disease, hemodialysis access, as well as spinal exposure. Dr. Majors played soccer for the University of Memphis and was a competitive soccer coach prior to attending medical school. She was nominated to the Leadership Committee for the Society of Vascular Surgery and will continue to promote leadership and diversity in the professional society.

Education:

  • Medical Education: University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN
  • General Surgery Residency: University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN
  • Vascular Surgery Fellowship: University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN

In her spare time she enjoys cheering on her 3 children at their sporting activities, stand up paddleboarding, hiking with her family, traveling with her husband, and playing with her Great Dane puppy Pepper.

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Jacqueline Majors, MD, is a board-certified general surgeon at Vascular and Vein Institute of the South in Germantown and Memphis, Tennessee, with a specialty in vascular surgery.

Dr. Majors is a Memphis-native who completed her Vascular Surgery fellowship at the University of Tennessee. Her General Surgery training was completed at the University of Tennessee here in Memphis as well. She has ample training in endovascular and open surgical technique and the ability to fully manage the complex vascular patient. She offers full treatment options in aortic, carotid, peripheral arterial disease, limb preservation, venous disease, hemodialysis access, as well as spinal exposure. Dr. Majors played soccer for the University of Memphis and was a competitive soccer coach prior to attending medical school. She was nominated to the Leadership Committee for the Society of Vascular Surgery and will continue to promote leadership and diversity in the professional society.

Education:

In her spare time she enjoys cheering on her 3 children at their sporting activities, stand up paddleboarding, hiking with her family, traveling with her husband, and playing with her Great Dane puppy Pepper.


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