Ahtisham Shakoor M.D, FACC
Dr. Ahtisham Shakoor is a board certified Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiologist. He is the Chairman of the Cardiovascular Department and the Director of the Chest Pain Center at both Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert hospitals, along with holding positions on several of the hospital committees in the Phoenix area. Dr. Shakoor completed his Internal Medicine residency, followed by his Cardiology fellowship training at the University of South Alabama. After completing his training in Cardiology, Dr. Shakoor went on to complete additional training in Interventional Cardiology at the Arizona Heart Institute where he remained on the faculty for several years.
After finishing his training, Dr. Shakoor established himself as a prominent physician in the Valley and started his own practice, Chandler Cardiology Associates in 2002.
Dr. Shakoor is passionate about the community and is a huge proponent of outreach and spreading awareness about heart disease. This is reflected in the quality of care provided to patients at Chandler Cardiology Associates, where the goal is to provide each patient with a personalized care plan to meet their individual needs.
♥ Chandler Regional Hospital
♥ Mercy Gilbert Hospital
♥ Banner Desert Medical Center.
Quynh Vo, ANP-C
Quynh Vo is a board certified adult nurse practitioner. She initially got her RN associate degree in 1987 at Pasadena City College. Subsequently, she returned to Grand Canyon University for her bachelor in science and nursing. In 2004, she received her advanced practice nursing degree at the Arizona State University. In her graduating class, she received 2 outstanding awards given by College of Nursing. One for Outstanding Representative of Professional Leadership, and the other one for Outstanding Representative of Community Involvement.
Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, Quynh’s nursing career included 14 years as an ICU/CCU staff nursing, mostly cardiovascular care, and 3 years with CHF outpatient clinic management.
Quynh joined Chandler Cardiology Associates in September 2017. She came with 5 years of acute general adult health, and 15 years of cardiology experience both in the hospital and office settings.