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Sandeep Krishnan, M.D.

  • Accepting New Patients

About Dr. Krishnan

Dr. Krishnan completed his fellowship in interventional cardiology and structural/valvular heart disease at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, where he served as chief fellow. During his cardiovascular diseases fellowship at the top-ranked Cedars-Sinai Smidt Heart Institute, he was selected for the coveted and highly prestigious ACC/Merck fellowship which allowed him to perform cutting edge research to help predict heart attacks before they happen. Krishnan graduated suma cum laude from the University of Missouri at Kansas City, and completed internal medicine residency with distinction at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.

He was awarded the American College of Cardiology’s Excellence in Advocacy Award. He was also featured in the ACC’s Cardiology magazine and website for his work in designing and operating a fully functional echocardiography clinic in the Himalayan Mountains of India.

Dr. Krishnan holds several leadership positions within the American College of Cardiology including serving on the Health Affairs Committee, the Board of Trustees Medical Malpractice Working Group, and the PAC Advisory Council.

Affiliations King's Daughters Medical Center
Awards
  • American Board of Internal Medicine, subspecialty certification in interventional cardiology
Education
  • Fellowship
  • Interventional Cardiology, Complex Coronary, and Structural Heart Disease University of Washington
    Seattle, WA
    2017
  • Cardiovascular Diseases Cedars Sinai Heart Institute
    Los Angeles, CA
    2016
  • Residency
  • Internal Medicine Emory University School of Medicine
    Atlanta, GA
    2013
  • Medical School
  • M.D. University of Missouri Kansas City, Missouri School of Medicine
    Kansas City, MO
    2010
Medical Interests Areas of Interest:

Director of the Structural Heart Disease and Heart Failure programs at King’s Daughters Medical Center.

Structural heart disease specialists are trained in:

  • Closing atrial septal defects
  • Performing heart valve repairs and replacements
  • Treating hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy
  • Isolating the left atrial appendage to reduce the risk of stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation.

They utilize cutting-edge, minimally invasive techniques to treat these and many other conditions.