Dr. Suzanne Sorof has been practicing Cardiology in Arizona since 2008. Before joining the practice, she completed a dedicated fellowship in Interventional Cardiology and General Cardiology. She was the Local Chapter of the American Heart Association president and has been on the board of directors of the ACC since coming to Arizona.
Dr. Sorof is originally from New York, and attended undergraduate at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont. She graduated from Medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and completed Internal Medicine Residency also at Baylor College of Medicine. Following residency, Dr. Sorof completed a research fellowship in Congestive Heart failure. She performed bench and clinical research on different drugs used in Congestive heart failure. Dr. Sorof then trained in General Cardiology at MetroHealth hospital of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She was nominated to be the Chief Fellow. Following her general cardiology fellowship, she relocated to Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia to complete her Interventional Cardiology fellowship. Here she was trained and performed all facets of Interventional Cardiology. She stayed on faculty as an assistant professor prior to relocating to Arizona. Dr. Sorof has been named top doc in the East Valley for two out of the last four years.
Dr. Sorof has interest in all areas of cardiology including women's cardiovascular care, pulmonary hypertension, high risk obstetrics associated with pulmonary hypertension, and hemodynamics associated with pulmonary disease and cardiology.
For more information or to request an appointment with Dr. Sorof or a member of her team, please call (602) 406-1150.