Every day, our physicians dedicate themselves to raising the standard of care in cardiovascular medicine.
Our commitment to our patients’ needs, combined with our subspecialty expertise, has earned us a reputation for consistently delivering thorough, sophisticated clinical care.
Our division’s depth of experience and training equips us to manage the full spectrum of cardiovascular diseases with the latest knowledge and the most advanced techniques available.
We specialize in areas including:
We’re capable of performing all major invasive and noninvasive cardiovascular diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
Our division consists of this region’s leading cardiologists — specialists trusted throughout Western New York for our consistent delivery of high-quality care.
Our board-certified faculty care for inpatients at Gates Vascular Institute (GVI), Buffalo General Medical Center (BGMC) and the Buffalo VA Medical Center (VAMC).
At the GVI and BGMC, we provide the following clinical services:
At the Buffalo VAMC, we provide the following services:
We provide consultative and continuing outpatient care, evaluating and managing individuals with newly diagnosed cardiac problems as well as a broad range of chronic cardiovascular disorders.
Our faculty have exceptional expertise in the diagnosis and management of heart failure, ischemic heart disease and heart rhythm disorders.
Through our UBMD practice plan, we offer:
In addition, we see outpatients at clinics affiliated with the Buffalo VAMC and BGMC.
Our clinics have a range of noninvasive diagnostic testing capabilities. We also conduct advanced imaging, cardiac catheterization and electrophysiological procedures at GVI and the Buffalo VAMC.
At all of our ambulatory sites, we teach and supervise cardiovascular medicine fellows, internal medicine residents and third- and fourth-year medical students.
Our division is committed to moving research from bench to bedside. To that end, we offer our patients opportunities to participate in clinical trials for promising treatments and interventions.
Across our division, faculty contribute to this effort by discussing study opportunities available to patients. We refer patients who wish to explore this option to personnel in the Clinical Research Office within UB's Clinical and Translational Science Institute.