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If you live in southern York County, you now have access to heart and vascular care closer to home. UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute expanded in the fall of 2020 to add an office in Shrewsbury — bringing the same heart experts who see patients at the UPMC Memorial campus and local cardiovascular diagnostic testing to the community. 

“We are happy to offer appointments and diagnostic testing in the Shrewsbury area,” says Lokesh Gowda, MD, cardiologist with UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute. “We welcome new patients and look forward to serving the heart care needs of those living in the area.” 

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UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute in Shrewsbury

The new UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute office is located at 16324 Mount Airy Rd., Shrewsbury. On-site cardiovascular services include: 

  • Cardiac risk assessments
  • Cardiology consultations
  • Electrophysiology consultations
  • Vascular surgery consultations
  • EKGs
  • Device checks
  • Heart monitors

Cardiologists offering appointments in Shrewsbury include: 

  • J. Andre Garabedian, DO, cardiologist
  • Lokesh Gowda, MD, cardiologist
  • GagandeepGurm, MD, cardiologist
  • Bertrand Mukete, MD, interventional cardiologist
  • Gregg Reis, MD, interventional cardiologist
  • Ronald Savarese, DO, electrophysiologist
  • Ashley Zinda, DO, cardiologist

To schedule an appointment in Shrewsbury, please call UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute at 717-849-5576 or toll-free at 1-800-955-3334. 

About Heart and Vascular Institute

The UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute has long been a leader in cardiovascular care, with a rich history in clinical research and innovation. As one of the first heart transplant centers in the country and as the developer of one of the first heart-assist devices, UPMC has contributed to advancing the field of cardiovascular medicine.

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