Indiresha Iyer, MD
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Cardiology-Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
Medical Director, Harrington Heart and Vascular Institute, UH Regional Hospitals Richmond Campus
Chairman, Department of Medicine, UH Regional Hospitals Bedford Campus
Chairman, Department of Medicine, UH Regional Hospitals Richmond Campus
Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine, CWRU School of Medicine
UH Regional Hospitals - Bedford Campus
44 Blaine Ave
Harrington Heart and Vascular Institute, 4th Fl
UH Regional Hospitals - Richmond Campus
27100 Chardon Rd
Harrington Heart and Vascular Institute
UH Georgian Medical Group
730 SOM Center Rd
UH Mayfield Village Health Center, Ste 230
Hypertension, Cardiology, Electrophysiology, High Cholesterol
American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine - Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
American Board of Internal Medicine - Cardiovascular Disease
Education & Training
Medical / Professional School(s):
1992, Bangalore Medical College
1999, Internal Medicine - Montefiore Medical Center
2000, Critical Care Medicine - Montefiore Medical Center
2003, Cardiovascular Disease - University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center
2011, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology - UH Case Medical Center
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As of December 31, 2016, Indiresha Iyer, MD did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.