St. Ann’s Podiatry Clinic – A New Outpatient Service of St. Ann’s Community

St. Ann’s Community opened doors to the St. Ann’s Outpatient Podiatry Clinic in Spring 2018 and now is a leader in complex medical and surgical foot pathologies. The clinic operates on an out-patient basis and is open to the general public.

“As podiatric foot and ankle surgeons, we can medically and surgically treat a variety of foot and ankle illness,” Says Dr. John Ellie, board certified Podiatrist and head of St. Ann’s Podiatry Clinic. “With a specialized focus on acute and chronic diseases of the foot, we’re able to minimize transfer to the emergency department and eliminate unnecessary hospital stays.”

St. Ann’s Podiatry clinic, which is located inside the Wound Healing Center on St. Ann’s Community Irondequoit campus, features an on-site radiograph machine which allows immediate identification of foot structure and abnormalities.

“For our patients with diabetic foot ulcers or trauma, we are conveniently located on St. Ann’s Campus, adjacent to the Rochester General Wound Healing Center and across the street from Rochester General Hospital” states Ellie.

About Dr. Ellie:
Dr. John Ellie is a board certified podiatrist with extensive training in foot and ankle surgery serving the Greater Rochester area. His areas of expertise include:
– Wound care
– Diabetic foot care and infections
– Sports medicine
– Reconstructive foot and ankle surgery
– Acute and chronic conditions

Born and raised in Greece, NY, Dr. Ellie graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pace University in New York City and attended the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed his residency in foot and ankle surgery at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn and was chief resident in his final year.

“I believe that building a relationship with a patient is just as important as the clinical training and academic knowledge that helps guide the treatment plan”
– Dr. John Ellie

For more information, please contact St. Ann’s Community Admissions Department.

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