Dr. Reuben K. Ellis

Dr Ellis graduated from the University of Alabama-Birmingham in 1995 with honors earning a B.S. degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry.

Dr Ellis furthered his studies at the University of Alabama School of Medicine after earning a Dean’s Scholarship to study at this prestigious institution of the south. It was during his Internal Medicine Residency in Birmingham, at Baptist Health Systems, that Dr. Ellis developed a passion for patients with Renal Disease. Dr. Ellis comments, “I see myself and my family members in the eyes of many of my patients…we share the same roots, heritage, and genetic predisposition to hypertension, diabetes, and thus kidney disease.”

Dr. Ellis went on to pursue a Nephrology Fellowship at the University of Alabama school of Medicine after completing a Chief Resident Year at the Baptist Hospitals in Birmingham Alabama. Dr. Ellis is double board certified in both Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He has taken his skills in Nephrology to higher level by seeking further training in Interventional Nephrology and Renal Ultrasound.

Dr. Ellis is always challenging himself to become a better physician to his patients by seeking new understanding into the disease processes that challenge them. He is passionate about community education and is a frequent presenter at community and regional health fairs.

Midtown Vascular Center is the next step in the growth of Dr. Ellis. He hopes to provide an unparalleled service in the community and raise awareness about renal disease and vascular disease.

Our practice is based on the belief that our patients’ needs are the utmost importance. Our team is committed to meeting those needs.