Cardiovascular Center of Sarasota

1950 Arlington Street, Suite 300 Sarasota, Florida 34239
Phone: (941) 366-9800 Fax: (941) 366-2781
Email: mshahawy@cardiologycenter.net
Medical Director: Mahfouz El Shahawy
MD, MS, FACP, FESC, FASH, FSCCT, FAHA, FACC,
Clinical Professor of Medicine, Universities of Florida and South Florida

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Dr. El Shahawy

Dr. El Shahawy

Medical Director

Dr. El Shahawy is a civic-minded physician and family man with an exceptional academic and administrative background.

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Dr. El Shahawy was honored by the University of Vienna in Austria with the Golden Doctor Diploma for his achievements in the area of early cardiovascular disease prevention, including more than 100 discoveries, publications, and lectures.
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Cardiovascular Health Assessment Center

Cardiovascular disease can be detected at its earliest stages with the right tests.  Keep your heart running on all cylinders and get your 18-point heart inspection today.

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CVIS 2015 Galapagos
 
CVIS 2015: South American CME

July 11-16, 2015

6-day CME program in Ecuador & Peru with options for pre- and post-trip extensions to the Galapagos Islands, Machu Picchu & the Amazon River.

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11th Annual Cardiovascular Symposium

Save The Date: February 7, 2015

11th Annual Early Cardiovascular Disease Risk Assessment Symposium: Update 2015 From Sick Care to Health Care

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Personalized Cardiovascular Care in Sarasota Since 1975
Home of the 18-point Cardiovascular Assessment Tests 

 

Be good to your heart!

"One ounce of early cardiovascular disease prevention
is better than one pound of cure."

Today a simple colonoscopy can save you from battling colon cancer.  And just as breast cancer can be detected early - and successfully treated - through routine mammogram, so can cardiovascular disease be detected at its earliest stages with the right tests... and prevented.  Let the Cardiovascular Center's series of advanced cardiac assessment tests identify your early disease markers, quantify your risks and help safeguard your heart health.

 

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