New cardiologist joins CardioVascular Institute of North Colorado
GREELEY, Colo. (July 16, 2012) – The CardioVascular Institute of North Colorado welcomes a new electrophysiologist to Greeley and Loveland.
Shane B. Rowan, MD, joined CVI on July 16 and sees patients in the Greeley and Loveland clinics. Dr. Rowan comes to Colorado from the Heart and Vascular Institute at the MetroHealth System in Cleveland.
He completed a clinical cardiology and electrophysiology fellowship at the Vanderbilt University Division of Cardiovascular Medicine. There he received a teaching award in 2009 and 2010.
Dr. Rowan was chief resident and completed his residency at the University of Colorado. He earned his medical degree and undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and is a native of Tennessee.
Dr. Rowan is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular medicine and cardiac electrophysiology.
With the addition of Dr. Rowan, the CardioVascular Institute now employs 15 cardiologists and three cardio-thoracic surgeons. The comprehensive, state-of-the art CardioVascular Institute offers everything from the most advanced diagnostic imaging in northern Colorado to leading edge open-heart surgery. With clinics in Greeley, Loveland, Sterling, Brush, Fort Morgan, Holyoke, Haxtun, Wray, Yuma, and Ogallala, Neb., residents of northern Colorado and surrounding areas have access to top-quality heart care services.
To learn more, visit www.bannerhealth.com/CVI.
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