Led by Luis Castro, MD and Adam Harmon, MD, the Sequoia Cardiovascular Services team is committed to delivering the highest-quality surgical care to each life they touch, and providing world-class outcomes with a hands-on “concierge” approach to patient care.
Dr. Castro and Dr. Harmon choose to practice exclusively at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, where Dr. Castro serves as the Director of Cardiac Surgery. Their skills are complimented by an expert team of nurses and other clinical staff who have worked with them for more than two decades. They are leaders in complex cardiac procedures and minimally invasive heart valve surgeries. Patients are referred to these surgeons from throughout the state of California and the nation. Dr. Castro and Dr. Harmon play an integral role in the success of the Sequoia Hospital Heart and Vascular Institute, which is now affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute.
To learn about what to expect as a heart valve surgery patient, watch our latest webinar with Dr. Luis Castro and hosted by HeartValveSurgery.com. A free eBook to download is also available.
Luis Castro, MD
Adam Harmon, MD
Taemin Surh, PA
Dignity Health Medical Group-Sequoia Cardiovascular Surgery
2900 Whipple Avenue, Suite 140
Redwood City, CA 94062
Sequoia Hospital Heart and Vascular Institute
Sequoia Hospital ranks among the nation’s leading providers of cardiovascular care.
Sequoia’s Heart and Vascular Institute is affiliated with the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute, ranked No. 1 in the nation for heart care since 1995 by U.S. News & World Report.
With this affiliation – the first of its kind in Northern California – we’re building on our respective records of excellence and bringing the future of cardiac care to those we serve. Most importantly it means our patients benefit from an exceptional and unmatched level of heart and vascular care.
According to the Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Sequoia has one of the highest heart valve replacement survival rates in the nation, and the cardiac surgeons have performed more than 4,000 minimally invasive operations, which may help reduce hospital stay and shorten recovery times.