Dr. Vikram Mandadi is an Interventional Cardiologist who is board-certified
in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, and Interventional Cardiology by
the American Board of Internal Medicine. He completed his medical education at
(MA-HA-DE-VAPPA) Rampure Medical College, Karnataka (KAR-NOT-TI-KA), India.
He completed his Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at Saint Vincent
Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn, New York. He then completed two
Fellowships – one in Cardiovascular Disease and one in Interventional Cardiology
– at Richmond University Hospital Center in Staten Island, New York. During
these fellowships, he was Chief Cardiology Fellow.
Dr. Mandadi specializes in coronary interventions and is proficient in
peripheral vascular interventions. Of special note – Dr. Mandadi is one of the
pioneer cardiologists in the Atlanta area who specialize in the transradial
approach to cardiac catheterization and coronary angioplasty – which means it
is performed through the wrist. He prides himself on not only being a leader in
his field, but on focused individualized, compassionate care for every patient.
Mandadi is a physician with Emory Southern Heart Specialists and is the Chief
Medical Officer at Southern Regional Medical Center. In addition, he is the
Medical Director of Southern Regional’s award-winning, accredited Chest Pain