Citrus Heights Medical Office
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Mission, Vision & Values
Why Choose Us
6555 Coyle Ave
Carmichael, CA 95608
Care Philosophy: Cardiovascular disease can affect almost everyone in various ways. I believe it is important to not only address cardiovascular conditions but also to focus on disease education and prevention.
David Lao, MD
Care Philosophy: I love human interaction and am fascinated by the engineering of the human heart. I feel that I can make a difference in people's lives with my knowledge and skills.
Stephen Morrison, MD
Care Philosophy: I aim to provide quality cardiovascular care.
Amardeep Singh, MD
Care Philosophy: It is a privilege for me to care for my patients as I strive to see the light and spirit in each of them, providing education, respect and kindness along the way.
David Bayne, MD
Care Philosophy: Medicine is constantly making incredible advancements. I am blessed to be a part of this new era where we can not only treat disease, but improve overall health and wellness.
Mehrdad Jafarzadeh, MD
Care Philosophy: I want to treat the patient not the disease.
Timothy Lee, MD
Care Philosophy: Medicine is constantly making incredible advancements. I am proud to be a part of this new era where we can not only perform cardiovascular care, but educate patients to improve their overall health as well.
Nick Majetich, MD
Care Philosophy: I want to partner with my patients to help them achieve optimal cardiovascular health. I became a provider because I have a lifelong commitment to service and learning through the medical science.
Catharine Malmsten, MD
Care Philosophy: I consider my patient and I as a team working for the best outcome and care for my patient. I believe in treating my patients like I would want my family members to be treated, with dignity and respect.
Azadeh Toofaninejad, DO
Care Philosophy: I truly believe in involving my patients in their care. To me, it takes a team to practice the best medicine even if it is as little as two people in that team. My job is to provide the most up-to-date, evidence-based guideline recommendations in cardiovascular medicine, but ultimately finding the right therapy for each patient is obtained via complete discussion with each individual.
Sarwar Orakzai, MD
Care Philosophy: To treat each and every patient as family, with utmost respect, compassion and empathy in order to provide them with the best possible medical care in a holistic manner.
Tejpal Randhawa, MD
Care Philosophy: My Main goal in practicing cardiology is to help my patients keep their hearts healthy.
Inder Singh, MD
Care Philosophy: I believe in treating the individual, not just the disease. With every patient I take a holistic approach and try to connect with them on a personal level. I strive to empower my patients with knowledge so they can partner with me in making decisions to improve their heart health.
Rohit Bhaskar, MD
Care Philosophy: I want to provide compassionate care and help to heal my patients.
Roy Kaku, MD
Care Philosophy: My goal is to provide compassionate care to all of my patients.
Joseph Kozina, MD
Care Philosophy: I strive to provide high quality cardiovascular care that is evidence-based and tailored to the individual.
Walt Marquardt, MD
Care Philosophy: I believe in treating my patients with dignity and respect and providing care tailored to the indivdual needs of the patient.
Karanjit Singh, MD
Care Philosophy: As a physician, I believe that every patient should be treated with dignity and respect. I think this is best accomplished by treating people how you would want to be treated
Munir Janmohamed, MD
Care Philosophy: The sacred trust my patients have placed on me to care for them is something I take very seriously. I strive to live up to their expectation and keep their best interest at heart and treat them as if they were my own family. I work hard on making a personal connection with each patient, sometimes connecting with them on sports, culture, or food, in the hopes that they will not only see me as their physician but also as a friend whom they can trust. To me, this is the heart of the doctor patient relationship: trust and respect. I work hard to ensure that my patients needs are met and nothing makes me happier than seeing their health improve. I gain from them as much I hope they gain from me. I am passionate about sharing new developments in cardiovascular treatment with my patients so that they can be better informed about their options. I want to give my patients a wide range of options and to remind them they are an equal partner in helping them achieve their healthiest state.
Tin Nguyen, MD
Care Philosophy: As Hippocrates once wrote, "Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also love of humanity." I believe in treating the individual, not just the condition. With each patient encounter, I take a holistic approach and treat each patient as my family with compassion, dignity and respect to provide the best possible cardiovascular care. I hope to not only be a patient advocate, but also a teacher, a role model and a friend.