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Improving Quality of Life Every Day – Chad Rammohan, M.D.

Posted on Apr 17, 2012 | 2 comments

From the very first day he attended medical school, cardiology was a natural interest says Chad Rammohan, M.D., FAAC, an interventional cardiologist at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation’s Mountain View Center.

As an interventional cardiologist Dr. Rammohan performs minimally invasive procedures to improve his patients’ quality of life. “It’s really exciting being in the forefront of these cutting edge techniques and seeing how they help people every day.”

“I get to interact daily with people and share their experiences and stories,” says Dr. Rammohan in this video, which is part of a series highlighting the diverse voices of PAMF physicians. “The best part of this job is seeing people who are really sick get better quickly.”

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2 Comments

  1. I AM A 76 YR OLD PATIENT OF DR RAMMOHAN, WHO PERFORMED A STENT PROCEDURE ON MY CAROTID ARTERY DURING 2010. AS A RESULT, I AM CONFIDENT THAT I AM NOW ABLE TO LEAD A NORMAL LIFE. DR RAMMOHAN HAS THE ABILITY TO EVALUATE, THE REQUIRED SKILLS, THE NECESSARY EXPERIENCE AND THE COMPASSION IN DEALING WITH PATIENTS, ALL OF WHICH MAKE HIM AN OUTSTANDING PHYSICIAN. PAMF HAS MANY EXCELLENT PHYSICIANS, AND I AM GLAD TO BE A PART OF THE GROUP.

    • Thank you for your thoughtful comment, Daniel. We are so glad to hear of your successful procedure, good experience and care with Dr. Rammohan – and we”ll share your comment with him. Thank you for reading and commenting on our blog!

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