UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute Welcomes New Provider
Dr. Gowda is board-certified in interventional cardiology and cardiovascular diseases. He completed his fellowship in cardiovascular diseases through a combined program at Maimonides Medical Center and Coney Island Hospital in New York while serving as the chief fellow. He also completed a fellowship in interventional cardiology at Maimonides Medical Center.
After 21 years of service in interventional cardiology, Dr. Gowda has decided to return to caring for and treating patients as a diagnostic cardiologist.
“Dr. Gowda comes to us with extensive experience, and we are very fortunate to have him join our team. Our patients will have access to a provider who is knowledgeable in both spectrums of cardiovascular services,” said Philip Guarneschelli, president, UPMC Pinnacle. “This is a dynamic opportunity as we continue to expand heart and vascular services in the York and Hanover areas.”
To schedule an appointment in Hanover, please call 717-637-1738. To schedule an appointment at the outpatient services building on the UPMC Memorial campus, please call 717-849-5576.
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