A. Pierre Bamdad, M.D., F.A.C.C.,
A graduate of the Paris Medical School, Dr. Bamdad completed
his internship and residency at Michigan State University. He
completed his cardiology fellowship at the University of
California, San Francisco and his interventional cardiology
fellowship at Wright State University.
Arabpour, D.O., F.A.C.C
Dr. Arabpour is an honor graduate of NOVA Southeastern
University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
and completed his residency at Kennedy Memorial Hospital in
Stratford, N.J. where he was chief medical resident. Dr. Arabpour
has received extensive training in cardiac catheterization,
angioplasty, stenting and other cardiac procedures.
Pamela Gardner, D.O.,
Dr. Gardner is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of
Osteopathic Medicine where she also completed her cardiology
fellowship at the Deborah Heart and Lung Center in New Jersey. Dr.
Gardner's main focus is congestive heart failure and women's
cardiovascular health; including high-risk pregnancies.
Paul Anike, D.O.,
Dr. Anike is a graduate of Michigan State University College
of Medicine and completed his residency at the Genesys Regional
Medical Center in Grand Blanc, Mich. Dr. Anike has received
extensive training in clinical cardiology cardiovascular disease.
His subspecialty is nuclear and interventional cardiology.
Venkat R. Battula,
MD, FACC, FACP
After graduating from the Guntur Medical College in India,
Dr. Battula completed his residency at the State University of New
York Health Science Center in Brooklyn. Prior to joining the Heart
Institute, Dr. Battula was a cardiology fellow and clinical
assistant instructor at the New York Health Science Center in
Ronald R. Magee,
After graduating from the Washington University School of
Medicine in St. Louis, Mo, Dr. Magee completed his residency in
general surgery at Rhode Island Hospital. He then completed a
fellowship in general vascular surgery with Harvard University at
Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Magee is board-certified by the
American Board of Surgery.
Franklin Oaks, D.O.
Dr. Oaks received his medical degree from Oklahoma State
University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1994. He then
completed an internship and general surgery residency at Doctors
Hospital in Columbus. He also completed a general surgery residency
and peripheral vascular surgery fellowship at the Cleveland
Clinic's South Pointe Hospital in Cleveland. Dr. Oaks
specializes in vascular surgery.
Hector Dox, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Dr. Dox received a medical degree from the University of Puerto
Rico in 1988. He completed his surgical internship in 1989 at
the University of Puerto Rico hospital and a surgical residency at
the University of Puerto Rico hospital in 1993. He has a residency
in Cardiothoracic surgery from the Ohio State University in 1997
and a fellowship in Transplantation from UCLA Medical Center in Los
Angeles, California in 1998.
Charles J. Love, M.D.
Dr. Love graduated from the University of Pittsburg.
He completed a residency with the department of medicine at The
Ohio State University and a fellowship with the division of
cardiology at The Ohio State University. Dr. Love has extensive
knowledge is the areas of pacemaker and ICD implantation.
Pohl, MD., F.A.C.S.
Dr. Pohl graduated from the Wright State University School of
Medicine in 1985. He completed his general surgery residency at
Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati and his cardiothoracic
residency at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri in 1992.
Dr. Pohl has also been in leadership positions in the development
of minimally invasive endovascular procedures in this area.
Farzin Fotouhi, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Dr. Fotouhi received his undergraduate and medical
education from Tufts University in Boston, Mass. and his M.D.
degree in 1991. He completed his surgical internship in 1992 and
surgical residency at St. Elizabeth Medical Center, affiliated with
Tufts Medical School, in Boston, Mass. in 1997. His cardiothoracic
surgery residency was completed in 1999 at Newark Beth Israel
Medical Center in Newark, followed by thoracic oncology at Memorial
Sloan Kettering in New York in July 1999.