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Andy H. T. Tran, MD

Cardiac Electrophysiologist located in Laveen, Surprise, Avondale, Phoenix, and Flagstaff, AZ

 

Andy H.T. Tran, MD

General Cardiology | Cardiac Electrophysiology

Dr. Andy Tran is a founding partner of Peak Heart & Vascular and a board-certified cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist. Dr. Tran has been in practice for more than 15 years and has vast experience in multiple aspects of cardiac electrophysiology.

Dr. Tran has performed more than 8000 cardiac ablation procedures, and more than 8000 cardiac device procedures including defibrillators, cardiac resynchronization device (biventricular devices), pacemakers, loop recorders. He was the first to perform transseptal puncture in an ambulatory surgery setting in 2017, and the first to perform an atrial fibrillation ablation in an ASC setting in 2018.

Dr. Tran completed his internal medicine residency and residency at MCP Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He then completed a fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, as well as a fellowship in electrophysiology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.

Dr. Tran will use state of the art diagnostic tools to correlate specific patient symptoms with disease and cater the treatment to unique individual patients. He puts patients’ safety of care foremost, and takes the time to explain the risks and benefits of new treatments and procedures performed to each patient.

 

Training

Internal medicine internship and residency: MCP Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA

Fellowship- Cardiovascular Disease: Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Fellowship- Electrophysiology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI

 

Clinical Experience

Dr. Tran has more than 15 years of experience in Cardiac Electrophysiology and Cardiovascular Medicine.

Dr. Andy Tran has performed more than 8000 cardiac ablation procedures.

Dr. Andy Tran has performed more than 8000 cardiac device procedures including defibrillators, cardiac resynchronization device (biventricular devices), pacemakers, loop recorders.

Dr. Tran is the first to perform transseptal puncture in an ambulatory surgery setting in 2017

Dr. Tran is the first to perform an atrial fibrillation ablation in an ASC setting in 2018

 

Approach to Patient Care

Attention to Detail: Dr. Tran will use state of the art diagnostic tools to correlate specific patient symptoms with disease and cater the treatment to unique individual patients

Expert Team of Healthcare Workers to Care for Patients: There is a well- trained team that Dr. Tran works with to care for the patient from answering questions to remote monitoring and performing cardiac procedures.

Safety: The team approach that Dr. Tran takes puts patients safety of care foremost. He takes time to explain the risks and benefits of new treatments and procedures performed to each patient.

Low Infection Rate: There has been no implant related infection in the last 4000 cases.

Outpatient Procedure Approach: Dr. Tran and his care team understands that prolonged procedure times as well as prolonged hospitalizations time increase complication rates. As of result, most of the patients go home a few hours after their procedures.

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Andy H.T. Tran, MD

General Cardiology | Cardiac Electrophysiology

Dr. Andy Tran is a founding partner of Peak Heart & Vascular and a board-certified cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist. Dr. Tran has been in practice for more than 15 years and has vast experience in multiple aspects of cardiac electrophysiology.

Dr. Tran has performed more than 8000 cardiac ablation procedures, and more than 8000 cardiac device procedures including defibrillators, cardiac resynchronization device (biventricular devices), pacemakers, loop recorders. He was the first to perform transseptal puncture in an ambulatory surgery setting in 2017, and the first to perform an atrial fibrillation ablation in an ASC setting in 2018.

Dr. Tran completed his internal medicine residency and residency at MCP Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He then completed a fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, as well as a fellowship in electrophysiology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.

Dr. Tran will use state of the art diagnostic tools to correlate specific patient symptoms with disease and cater the treatment to unique individual patients. He puts patients’ safety of care foremost, and takes the time to explain the risks and benefits of new treatments and procedures performed to each patient.

 

Training

Internal medicine internship and residency: MCP Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA

Fellowship- Cardiovascular Disease: Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Fellowship- Electrophysiology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI

 

Clinical Experience

Dr. Tran has more than 15 years of experience in Cardiac Electrophysiology and Cardiovascular Medicine.

Dr. Andy Tran has performed more than 8000 cardiac ablation procedures.

Dr. Andy Tran has performed more than 8000 cardiac device procedures including defibrillators, cardiac resynchronization device (biventricular devices), pacemakers, loop recorders.

Dr. Tran is the first to perform transseptal puncture in an ambulatory surgery setting in 2017

Dr. Tran is the first to perform an atrial fibrillation ablation in an ASC setting in 2018

 

Approach to Patient Care

Attention to Detail: Dr. Tran will use state of the art diagnostic tools to correlate specific patient symptoms with disease and cater the treatment to unique individual patients

Expert Team of Healthcare Workers to Care for Patients: There is a well- trained team that Dr. Tran works with to care for the patient from answering questions to remote monitoring and performing cardiac procedures.

Safety: The team approach that Dr. Tran takes puts patients safety of care foremost. He takes time to explain the risks and benefits of new treatments and procedures performed to each patient.

Low Infection Rate: There has been no implant related infection in the last 4000 cases.

Outpatient Procedure Approach: Dr. Tran and his care team understands that prolonged procedure times as well as prolonged hospitalizations time increase complication rates. As of result, most of the patients go home a few hours after their procedures.


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