- Assistant Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
- Program Director, Interventional Cardiology, UH Ahuja Medical Center
- Cardiac Catheterization
- Endovascular Medicine
- Interventional Cardiology
- Invasive Cardiology
- Peripheral Vascular Intervention
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.9 out of 5
Patient Comments (25)
Reviewed On 5/1/2020
excellent doctor very thorough
Reviewed On 3/18/2020
Reviewed On 2/2/2020
I am happy with my provider.
Reviewed On 1/28/2020
I have been seeing Dr. Cunningham for over 20 years. Excellent physician.
Reviewed On 1/24/2020
Great experience.Good job.
Reviewed On 1/24/2020
Dr. Cunningham and Staff are the BEST.
Reviewed On 12/25/2019
incredible explanations of my health test results great bedside mannergreat specialist in cardio field
Reviewed On 12/19/2019
the best care you could ask for from dr Cunningham wish I could go to him for everything
Reviewed On 12/15/2019
felt it was a successful visit and Dr. Cunningham was very informative and his help is excellent
Reviewed On 12/2/2019
Dr Cunningham is exceptionally thorough and very easy to speak with and follows up with answers that easy to understand. He is superb in his bed side manner and his professionalism
Reviewed On 11/16/2019
as always no problem..
Reviewed On 11/15/2019
Very good appt. , felt very comfortable. would go back to him.
Reviewed On 10/31/2019
Dr. Cunningham and staff are 100%+ providers.
Reviewed On 9/30/2019
Great experience, Doctor Cunningham and the nurses are always polite and are very helpful in explaining my condition and answering my questions.
Reviewed On 9/23/2019
visit was very good!
Reviewed On 9/15/2019
very good experience
Reviewed On 9/14/2019
Dr. Cunningham is a very attentive and caring doctor. It was my first visit with him and I will be seeing him again. Good impression of the staff and environment.
Reviewed On 9/11/2019
it was a regular 6 month checkup. it was handled efficiently and professionally. I haven't the smallest of complaints.
Reviewed On 9/3/2019
great doctor lovely nurses everyone was so nice and professional and polite
Reviewed On 8/30/2019
overall I am very pleased with Dr. Cunningham and his staff. A good human being and a concerned physician.
Reviewed On 8/26/2019
Dr Cunningham , is attentive, listens and is matter of fact, no [...]. it's what I like.
Reviewed On 8/26/2019
Dr. Cunningham and his staff we tremendous. The ladies who checked me in were very nice, respectful and understood my nervousness as this was my first visit to a cardiologist and made it much easier for me. Dr. Cunningham is super nice and sat and explained the next steps we want to take as since this was my first to a cardiologist he really had nothing to go on and with my daughters concerns we are doing further tests to rule out any possible things in future. I had a great experience with this facility and Dr.
Reviewed On 8/12/2019
Excellent experience. Provider was a little late due to a patient experience. I am happy that patient had Dr Cunningham looking after them.
Reviewed On 8/10/2019
so far a very good rapport with Dr Cunningham and his staff.
Reviewed On 8/5/2019
I have heart issues and [...] experienced some problems that led to a trip to the ER [...] At my request, the [...] ER staff coordinated my follow-up treatment at Ahuja. Dr Cunningham agreed to see me immediately and he performed a catherization that day. I appreciate the quick and thorough care I received, including the recovery unit staff.
- Cardiovascular Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine
- Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
Fellowship | Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiovascular Disease - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (1985 - 1988)
Residency | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Brigham And Women's Hospital (1983 - 1985)
Internship | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - Brigham And Women's Hospital (1982 - 1983)
University Of Utah School Of Medicine (1982)
University Of Utah (1978)
Cornell University (1975)
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