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East Tennessee Vein Clinic
1344 Dowell Springs Blvd.
Knoxville, TN 37909
Phone: (865) 686-0507

Specialized Vein Disease Treatment Staff

An entire medical staff specialized in the treatment of vein disease.

Andrew M. Douglass, M.D.
Medical Director
Board Certified

Dr. Douglass has been practicing phlebology since 2001 when he opened the first full time practice limited to phlebology in the state of Tennessee.  Phlebology was recognized by the American Medical Association as the newest medical specialty in 2005. In May, 2008, Dr. Douglass was in the charter class of phlebologists certified by the American Board of Phlebology, making him one of the first board certified phlebologists in the nation. He is now in his eleventh year of full time phlebology practice.

Dr. Douglass is an active member of both the American College of Phlebology and American Medical Association and a founding member of the American College of Phlebology Foundation.

Dr. Douglass graduated Magna Cum Laude and as a member of Alpha Omega Alpha honor medical society from the University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine in 1989.  He was board certified in family medicine in 1992. 

In 2001 Dr. Douglass underwent private fellowship training in phlebology, the diagnosis and treatment of venous disease, in Atlanta, after which he opened East Tennessee Vein Clinic.

Dr. Douglass is a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI) and a Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) and a member of the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS).  Dr. Douglass maintains staff privileges with The University of Tennessee Medical Center.

Dr. Douglass resides in Knoxville with Veronica, his wife of 29 years and their 3 grown children.  


Cindy L. Arnold
Director of Operations

Cindy joined the team at East Tennessee Vein Clinic in January 2011 as director of operations.  Cindy has over 20 years of experience in the medical field with a primary focus on Healthcare Administration and has successfully managed multiple family practices throughout her career.  She is excited about the field of phlebology and looks forward to working with Dr. Douglass and the highly trained team of ETVC.  Cindy is a member of ACMPE and has attended Stayer University.

Cindy lives in Greenback with her husband Tony of 30 years.  They have two grown daughters and two grandsons.  She stays active with her family and church, Restoration International Outreach in Maryville by being on the financial board, nursery team and new members’ pastoral care groups.  In her spare time she enjoys riding her Harley Davidson motorcycle.

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Katie Long
Patient Accounts Coordinator

Katie Long as been with ETVC since February 2008.  She received her education in EMT-IV studies at Roane State Community College.  Katie manages patient accounts as well as assists in clinical procedures in the clinic.

Katie lives in Knoxville and enjoys spending time with her husband and four-year-old son.


Molly Curry
Front Office Coordinator

Molly Curry was excited to join our team in December 2010.  She has several years of customer service experience and looks forward to working with the patients of East Tennessee Vein Clinic and assisting them with appointment scheduling and information regarding our medical procedures.

Molly is active in her church, where she is the Focus Group Director.  Molly resides in the Halls area with her daughter.


Trecia D. Todd
Ultrasound Technician

Trecia has been with East Tennessee Vein Clinic since December 2002.  She obtained her degree in radiology in 1992 from Roane State Community College.  Since completion of ultrasound school in 2000, she has worked at area hospitals and physicians offices.  Her primary focus is now Phebology Ultrasound. 

Trecia is a native of Knoxville and enjoys spending time with her 3 children and 6 grandchildren.

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Amanda Teter, RN
Sclerotherapy Nurse

Amanda joined the team at East Tennessee Vein Clinic in March 2011 as our Sclerotherapy nurse.  She received her Bachelor of Science of Nursing degree from West Virginia University and has several years of RN experience in local area hospitals.

Amanda lives in Knoxville and enjoys spending time with friends and family and being involved with church activities.


Shannon D. Cross
Medical Assistant

Shannon joined our team at East Tennessee Vein Clinic in January 2005.   She obtained her medical training in 1992 from Roane State Community College and she has an extensive medical background in emergency care and in the medical office setting.

Shannon is married and has one son in high school.  As a family they are involved in their church and their sons sporting events.