Ankur Lodha, MD
Dr. Ankur Lodha joined Cardiovascular Institute of the South in 2014 as an interventional cardiologist. He specializes in the management and treatment of cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease including interventional procedures.
Dr. Lodha earned his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Bangalore Medical College in India. He completed his general cardiology fellowship at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York where was given the honor of being named chief resident because of his knowledge, skills, and leadership qualities. He continued his training in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at Allegheny General Hospital where he completed his fellowship in interventional cardiology.
Dr. Lodha is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, nuclear cardiology, echocardiography, and interventional cardiology, and he is a registered physician in vascular interpretation. He has been a reviewer for many well-known medical journals and has published numerous articles and abstracts. He has also received an award from the Medical Society for the State of New York for his clinical research.
Dr. Lodha performs a variety of interventional procedures ranging from coronary stenting, peripheral, arterial, and venous interventions, including carotid and renal stenting.
Dr. Lodha also runs a vein clinic for varicose vein disease and performs venous ablations, phlebectomy and sclerotherapy.
Bangalore Medical College, India
Maimonides Medical Center
Allegheny General Hospital