Dan Inder S. Sraow, MD, FACC
Dan Inder S. Sraow MD, FACC, is an interventional cardiologist and an expert in the field of coronary, peripheral, valve and structural cardiovascular disease. As the principal pioneer and director of the structural heart disease program at Chandler Regional Medical Center, Dr. Sraow has a particular focus in the utilization of new device therapies with a minimally invasive approach for the treatment of valve and structural heart conditions.
Dr. Sraow is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, interventional cardiology, nuclear cardiology, echocardiography and is a registered physician in vascular interpretation. This diverse certification allows Dr. Sraow to not only specialize in the treatment of acute cardiac events, but also be well versed in non-invasive diagnostic imaging allowing for seamless interpretation of echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, exercise stress testing, vascular imaging, and interpretation of cardiac-specific laboratory data.
Dr. Sraow, who is a fellow of many medical societies with several
publications under his belt, completed his medical school training
at St. Georges University, and went on to complete his internal medicine
residency at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. It was at
the Hofstra Northwell Cardiovascular Disease fellowship in New York,
formerly known as Northshore University Hospital, where Dr. Sraow
excelled at his general cardiology fellowship, and was asked to become
chief cardiology fellow. He eventually stayed on to complete his interventional
cardiology training, at one of the highest volume cardiac catheterization
laboratories in the country and became proficient in high-risk percutaneous
coronary interventions, complex peripheral interventions as well as
structural heart and valvular disease. Dr. Sraow's diverse training
all across the country has led him back to his home-state of Arizona
where he is dedicated to evaluating new and previously unavailable
therapies for the patients in his community, as well as promoting
preventive measures for positive change in his patient's lives.