Dr. Sharath Chandra Retires!

We at Cardiology and Vascular Associates would like to congratulate Dr. Sharath Chandra on his 30+ years of service to this community.

We have enjoyed working with him during this time. He has been a valuable asset to our company and enjoyable presence in the office as well.

While he will be missed by all of us at CAVA, he certainly deserve his retirement. Dr. Chandra’s hard work and diligence have greatly benefited our company, and we hope that the remaining employees here will strive to follow his stellar example.

Dr. Chandra, we wish you the best in your future endeavors.

Please keep in touch, and visit often if you find that you have the time. We hope you have a fun and fruitful retirement

World-Class Care

Our staff continues to meet or exceed the highest standards of care found the world over.

Education & Training

Through our patient portal, in-office education boards, and in-person training sessions, CAVA provides a wide selection of educational and training opportunities for patients to choose from.

Putting You First

Healthcare in modern society can seem perfunctory and impersonal. CAVA was built, from the ground up, as a patient-centric practice.

Testing and Diagnosis

On-site testing and diagnostic facilities allow for our care to have a minimal disruption on our patients’ schedules and for quicker diagnosis than is industry standard.

Physician Resources

As part of our patients-first mission, we provide patients with easy and direct access to important medical information and readily communicate such to patients’ other providers.

Condition & Treatment

Our staff includes practitioners universally respected and trusted in their field. Our patients can rest assured that their care will take place at the highest-quality and accredited facilities in the region.

Areas of Expertise

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common type of heart disease. It is the leading cause of death in the United States in both men and women.

Structural Heart Disease

Structural heart disease most often refers to cardiac defects which are congenital in nature (birth defects), but may also include abnormalities of the valves and vessels of the heart wall that develop with wear and tear on the heart, or through other disease processes.

Peripheral Arterial Disease

Peripheral artery disease (also called PAD) is a common circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to your limbs.

Electrophysiology (EP) and Arrhythmia Management

Electrophysiology is the study of electrical activity in the heart; how the heart beats. Our doctors are cardiologists who specialize in the electrical system of the heart.