Luke X. Zhan, MD, PhD Providence Medical Group

Languages: Chinese - Mandarin, English
Specialties:
Accepting New Patients
Professional Statement
Treating every patient with the highest order of respect, compassion, innovation, science and technology.
Education
Institution
Type
St George's University School of Medicine - True Blue, Grenade
Medical School
Vascular Surgery; University of Arizona School of Medicine - Tucson, AZ
Internship
Vascular Surgery; University of Arizona School of Medicine - Tucson, AZ
Residency
Professional Associations
Society for Vascular Surgery, Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery
Personal Interests
Architecture, hiking and cycling, spending time with my family and exploring nature with my boys.
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Surgery, Vascular Surgery
Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

Zhan LX, Branco BC, Armstrong DG, Mills JL Jr. The Society for vascular surgery lower extremity threatened limb classification system based on Wound, Ischemia, and Foot Infection (WIFi) correlates with risk of major amputation and time to wound healing. J Vasc Surg. 2015 Apr;61(4):939-44

Branco BC, DuBose JJ, Zhan LX, Hughes JD, Goshima KR, Rhee P, Mills JL Sr. Trends and outcomes of endovascular therapy in the management of civilian vascular injuries. J Vasc Surg. 2014 Nov;60(5):1297-307

Zhan LX, Bharara M, White M, Bhatnagar S, Lepow B, Armstrong DG, Mills JL Sr. Comparison of initial hemodynamic response after endovascular therapy and open surgical bypass in patients with diabetes mellitus and critical limb ischemia. J Vasc Surg. 2012 Aug;56(2):380-6

Loukas M, Zhan XL, Tubbs Rs, Mirchandani D, Shoja MM The Ansa subclavia: A review of the literature. 2008. Folia Morphoal 67(3):166-170

Loukas M, Diala EL-Z, Tubbs RS, Zhan L, Rhizek P, Monsekis P, Akiyama A. A review on the distribution and clinical relevance of the arterial and venous vasculature to the diaphragm – a review. 2008. Folia Morphologica 67(3):159-165

Tubbs RS, Zhan L, Loukas M, Shoja MM, Ardalan M, Oakes WJ Fourth Ventriculoceles with Extracranial Extension. 2008. Ital J Anat Embryol 2008 113(2):87-90

Loukas M, El-Zammar D, Shoja MM, Tubbs RS, Zhan X.L, Protyniak B, Krutoshinskaya Y. The clinical anatomy of the triangle of Grynfeltt. 2008. Hernia 12(3):227-31

Cayirlioglu P, Kadow IG, Zhan X, Okamura K, Suh GS, Gunning D, Lai EC, and Zipursky SL. 2008. Hybrid neurons in a microRNA mutant are putative evolutionary intermediates in insect CO2 sensory systems. 2008 Science 319(5867):1257-60

Zhan, X.L., J.C. Clemens, G. Neves, D. Hattori, J.J. Flanagan, T. Hummel M.L. Vasconcelos, A. Chess, and S.L. Zipursky. 2004. Analysis of Dscam Diversity in Regulating Axon Guidance in Drosophila Mushroom Bodies. Neuron 43:673-686

Zhan, X.L., M. J. Wishart, and K.L. Guan. 2001. Nonreceptor Tyrosine Phosphatases in Cellular Signaling: Regulation of Mitogen-Activated Protein. Chem. Review 101: 2477-2496.

Zhan, X.L., Y. Hong, T. Zhu, A.P. Mitchell, R.J. Deschenes, and K.L. Guan. 2000. Essential functions of protein tyrosine phosphatases PTP2 and PTP3 and RIM11 tyrosine phosphorylation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae meiosis and sporulation. Mol Biol Cell 11: 663-6761).

Zhan, X.L., and K.L. Guan. 1999. A specific protein-protein interaction accounts for the in vivo substrate selectivity of Ptp3 towards the Fus3 MAP kinase. Genes Dev 13: 2811-2827.

Zhan, X.L., R.J. Deschenes, and K.L. Guan. 1997. Differential regulation of FUS3 MAP kinase by tyrosine-specific phosphatases PTP2/PTP3 and dual-specificity phosphatase MSG5 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genes Dev 11: 1690-1702.

Book Chapters

Elective General Surgery: An Evidence-Based Approach (2012) Chapter on Femoropopliteal and Tibioperoneal Occlusive and Aneurysmal Disease by Zhan, LX and Mills, JL Sr.,

Operative Techniques Series (in press) Chapter 30 “Vascular exposure of the lower extremities” by Zhan, LX and Mills, JL Sr.

PATIENT RATINGS AND COMMENTS

The Patient Rating score is based on responses given during the CAHPS Patient Experience Survey.Responses are measured on a 10 - point scale, with 10 being the best score. These scores are then translated to a 5 - point scale in order to display results in a 5 - star rating.Comments are also gathered from the same survey and displayed in their entirety with the exception of any language that may be considered slander, libel or contain private health information, which will be removed prior to publishing the comments.

4.6 out of 5 (66 Ratings, 14 Comments)


100

12/20/2017
I was given excellent care by Dr. Zahn's office staff and the doctor himself, his mid level assistants and nurses.
60

10/15/2017
I was satisfied with this visit
100

09/25/2017
Was very good explaining everything
100

09/17/2017
The ultrasound testing & dr. appointment need to be closer. Had to wait 30 min. before I could see doctor.
90

06/30/2017
No problems. Very pleased with doctor & staff. Will cheerfully use them again.
90

04/21/2017
Have to schedule out for a month or more.
100

04/15/2017
Dr Zahn is a very compassionate caring person.
100

04/12/2017
[...] took care of getting hospital CT's & MRI, MRA records which was a great relief as I did not know where to start with that - (Non Providence Hosp.).
100

04/05/2017
They always provide very good service.
50

03/30/2017
Though Dr. Zhan my be a fine physician his ability to meet with his patients on time is horrible. [...] I waited for nearly an hour but had to leave for a business appointment. So I only saw the M.A. and P.A. but not Dr. Zhan.
100

03/29/2017
great experience. thank you!
100

02/17/2017
Very good.
60

02/06/2017
Too long of wait in waiting room & treatment exam rooms!
90

11/21/2016
He answered my questions & took the catheter out of my neck which made me very happy.
 
Providence Vascular Institute
122 West 7th Avenue Suite 420
Spokane, WA 99204
509-626-9475