At EndoVascular Health Services, we aim to enhance the quality of life of each person we serve by providing personalized vascular care focused on optimizing circulation health. We are the premier providers of first-line minimally invasive vascular and endovascular procedures performed in an alternative outpatient setting in the communities we serve.
EndoVascular Health Services provides convenient access to the nation's best vascular professionals by offering same day/next day appointments. Through our community outreach activities we deliver patient education aimed at improving patients' overall quality of life and allowing the patient to be an active participant in their health care needs.
Our board-certified physicians are leaders in endovascular care and experts skilled in the newest technology developed to advance lives. EndoVascular Health Services seeks to educate and inform our patients of the latest industry breakthroughs to assist with planning their individual treatment needs.
Providing you with the best leadership for the best care
Gregory D. Crenshaw, MD, FACS is a board certified General Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon. He is a native of Crenshaw, Mississippi and is a graduate of Quitman County High School in Marks, Mississippi.
Dr. Crenshaw graduated with honors from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota where he was awarded his undergraduate degree in Biology. Following his college years, he returned home to attend the University of Mississippi where he received his Doctorate degree in Medicine (MD) and went on to complete a residency and board certification in Family practice there as well.
He relocated to New Orleans and completed a residency in General Surgery and a Fellowship in Vascular Surgery at Ochsner Clinic Foundation. He then attended Tulane University where he received a Master of Business (MBA).
While in training at Ochsner Clinic, Dr. Crenshaw did research in the treatment of esophageal cancer and participated in research into the treatment of Carotid Artery Disease. He received the Alton Ochsner Leadership award which goes to the resident/fellow who exemplifies both clinical and leadership excellence. He received the President’s Award from the Southern Association of Vascular Surgery for an outstanding clinical paper on the Economics of Carotid Endarterectomy.
Dr. Crenshaw currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of EndoVascular Health Services. He practices in the New Orleans Louisiana, Covington Louisiana, and Cleveland Mississippi centers. He also has active licenses to practice medicine in Texas and Pennsylvania. He is on staff at East Jefferson Hospital in Metairie Louisiana, New Orleans East Hospital and Lakeview Regional Medical Center in Covington Louisiana. Dr. Crenshaw is a member of the American Medical Association and Society of Vascular Surgery. He is also a Fellow of the American Colleges of Surgeons.
Dr. Crenshaw is extremely passionate about limb salvage and treatment of peripheral arterial disease (PAD). He also specializes in the creation and maintenance of Dialysis Accesses and takes pride in taking care of this population in the areas he practices. In addition, he treats diseases of the veins of the legs including but not limited to; varicose veins, leg swelling and deep venous disease. Dr. Crenshaw is skilled in both open and percutaneous/endovascular approaches to treatment of PAD and Dialysis creations, both in the outpatient and inpatient settings.
Dr. Crenshaw is an avid fan of the New Orleans Saints and he enjoys soaking up the culture of his home state of Mississippi as well as his adoptive city of New Orleans. He is a recreational runner and enjoys working out. He is a student of life and is constantly learning.
Dr. Hall is a Board Certified, fellowship-trained VIR physician. He was raised in south Louisiana having received his BS, MS and MD from Louisiana State University. His post-graduate affiliations include LSUHSC, Medical College of Wisconsin, and University of Florida. As an expert in imaging, image guided procedures, and the treatment of vascular disease, Dr. Hall’s career spans more than a decade performing over 100 unique procedures. His current focus includes complex peripheral arterial disease, limb salvage, aortoiliac occlusive disease, pedal loop reconstruction, endovascular embolization, treatment of vertebral compression fractures and dialysis access maintenance. The combination of Dr. Hall’s training and experience in conjunction with atypically high success rates/rare complications have helped establish his position as a highly regarded endovascular specialist. He is fierce in ensuring his patients receive the highest level of care while being treated like family.
Jordyn Manuel is a family nurse practitioner serving the New Orleans and Covington areas. Prior to joining EVHS in November 2021, Jordyn became a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners in 2020.
Jordyn obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Our Lady of the Lake College, in conjunction with Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center in 2015. Jordyn practiced as a registered nurse at the Lake Regional Medical Center Emergency Room.
In December 2019, Jordyn graduated with a Masters of Science in Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN-FNP) from the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. While completing her master’s program, Jordyn worked as a registered nurse in Interventional Radiology, investing her time in caring for patients through procedures such as fistulagrams, arteriograms, dialysis catheter insertions, among many others; finding a passion for vascular surgery.
Residing in her hometown of St. Amant, LA, Jordyn enjoys spending time with family, riding horses, and traveling the world. Jordyn is excited to meet new patients and remains passionate about helping them achieve their own life goals by improving their quality of life, whether it is short term or long term.
Amanda is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner who has cared for patients in the vascular setting for over 12 years. She obtained an Associate of Science Degree in Nursing from Mississippi Delta Community College in 2013, received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Delta State University in 2014, and earned a Master of Science in Nursing Degree from Mississippi University for Women in 2017.
In 2011, Amanda began her vascular career as a vascular screening technician and helped perform Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) screenings in various clinical settings throughout the Mississippi Delta. Upon becoming a registered nurse, she accepted a full-time nursing position at Vascular Access Center of Bolivar Conty which enabled her to provide more in-depth patient care within the outpatient vascular setting. As a registered nurse, she traveled to various endo-vascular surgery locations across the United States to assist other teams in need of vascular clinical expertise support. Amanda also continued to advance her education during this time by obtaining her Bachelors and then her Masters degree. While in FNP School, she was awarded Mississippi University for Women Clinical Excellence Award, which was the top honor in the program. She reached her ultimate career goal after becoming a Nurse Practitioner. After receiving many job opportunities in other specialties, Amanda chose to continue pursuing her passion for patient care in the vascular setting.
Amanda, her husband, and their two children reside in Glendora, MS. She is dedicated to helping each patient achieve optimal vascular outcomes with an overall improvement in his or her quality of life.