Eric Cohen, M.D., Interventional Cardiologist

Eric Cohen, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.S.C.A.I., Interventional Cardiologist,
is the medical director of Peripheral Vascular Intervention
at the Heart & Vascular Center of Northern Arizona.

Expertise and Special Interests
Dr. Cohen specializes in vascular care and the treatment of peripheral arterial disease and limb salvage.

His expertise and special interests include:

* Coronary and Non-Coronary Cardiac Interventions
* Peripheral Vascular Angiography and Intervention


Aortic Endografts
* Limb Salvage Intervention
* Venous Intervention
* Carotid Stenting and Stroke Intervention
* Structural Heart Disease Intervention

Before joining the Heart & Vascular Center of Northern Arizona, Dr. Cohen spent 20 years in private practice as an interventional cardiologist with Cardiovascular Associates P.C. and with Heart South Cardiovascular Group, both in Birmingham, Ala. Before going into private practice, Dr. Cohen was an attending cardiologist and assistant professor of medicine at Albany Medical College and Medical Center. He was an attending cardiologist, chairman of Critical Care and co-director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, N.Y. 

Education and Certifications
Dr. Cohen earned his medical degree and completed his residency training at Albany Medical College. After a fellowship program in invasive and laboratory cardiology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Dr. Cohen returned to Albany Medical College to finish a second fellowship in clinical and laboratory cardiology.

Dr. Cohen is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology.

Professional Associations
American College of Cardiology
Society of Cardiac Angiography and Intervention
Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
American College of Physicians

Contact Information
Dr. Cohen practices in Flagstaff and the Verde Valley.

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