I have practiced interventional cardiology since its inception in 1980. Atherosclerotic vascular disease is my main interest. My career to date consists of over 25,000 coronary angiograms and 15,000 coronary interventions. As a general interventional cardiologist, I also implant pacemakers and in my career have an experience of greater than 5,000 implants. Currently, my main field of interest is prevention and healthy lifestyle. I consider all of my patients to be my friend and treat them as such.
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine - Kirksville, MO
Richmond Heights General Hospital - Cleveland, OH
Community General Hospital - Harrisburg, PA
Cleveland Clinic Foundation - Cleveland, OH
American College of Osteopathic Internists (Fellow), Fellow American College of Cardiology (Fellow), Society of Coronary Angiography and Intervention (Fellow)
I enjoy spending time with my wife, Jeanie. I enjoy fly fishing and tying flies. Most of my free time is spent training and enjoying my black lab hunting dog, Wrigley. His official AKC name is “Harry Carey’s Wrigley Field”. It goes without saying I am a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan and spend my March attending spring training, which I have done since 1980. Wrigley and I spend our off days in the winter chasing ducks, geese and pheasants.