• Kevin Boran, MD, FACC, FSCAI


    Medical Degree: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

    Fellowship in Cardiology: Wilford Hall, United States and Air Force Medical Center, Texas

    Dr. Boran has had an intense interest in science from an early age, culminating in his being named Grand Champion of the 21st International Science Fair. A career of academic excellence continued at Lafayette College where he was named to Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and at the University of Pittsburgh where he was named to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. He enjoyed an exciting career in the U.S. Air Force where he not only began work in coronary angioplasty in 1983 with the inventor of the original coronary stent but also had the privilege of serving as medical officer on a pararescue team. In addition to his long involvement in coronary angioplasty, Dr. Boran enjoys subspecialty interest in nuclear cardiology and electrophysiology.
  • W. Edward Hanks, MD, FSCAI


    Medical Degree: University of California, Irvine

    Fellowship in Cardiology: Valley Medical Center, Chief Resident in Internal Medicine  

    Four time All-American and 1968 U.S. National High Jump Champion, Dr. Hanks found three keys to success that work in sports, academics and life:  Intense Focus on a clearly defined goal, the passionate desire to achieve it and repetition as the mother of skill.  His unrelenting focus is on quality patient care. He has served as the Chair of Cardiology at Fresno Community Hospital, Sierra Hospital, Fresno Heart Hospital, and multiple times at Saint Agnes Medical Center. He has been active in Quality Improvement and Peer Review committees.

  • Donald W Gregory, MD, FACC


    Medical Degree:  Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis

    Fellowship in Cardiology:  Valley Medical Center  

    The intimacy and immediacy of impacting a patient’s life drew Dr. Gregory to the field of cardiology.  “Back in high school I became intrigued by the first heart transplants.” In medical school he continued to see cardiology as the most exciting and challenging area of medicine while also allowing tremendous patient interaction.  Now after building many lasting relationships with his patients, this Fresno native feels, “I really see myself as a family practice doctor in the field of cardiology.”

  • Rohit Sundrani, MD, FACC, FSCAI


    Medical Degree:  Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, India

    Fellowship in General Cardiology:  Rush-Presbyterian - St. Lukes Medical Center, Illinois  

    Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology:  Loyola University Medical Center, Illinois  

    Certifications: Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Nuclear Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Vascular Medicine, Endovascular Medicine, Pacemaker and Defibrillator Board, Advanced Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Board.

    Dr. Sundrani studied at India’s premier medical school before continuing his post-graduate training in Chicago where he was a recipient of the Clinical Skills & Scholarship Award for two consecutive years.  A specialist in interventional cardiology and peripheral vascular disease, Dr. Sundrani devoted his final two years of training to the use of stents and balloon angioplasty.  Being able to treat vascular disease with minimal invasive techniques for the benefit of patients is what he now finds most fulfilling. “There’s an art to healing and an incredible satisfaction in getting someone well.”

    Dr. Sundrani strongly believes in getting newer technology to the Central Valley so that patients don’t have to travel out of town. He was the first one to do carotid stent procedures in the Central Valley.  He, with this colleagues, are also instrumental in bringing to the valley lead extraction for infected or malfunctioning pacemaker / defibrillator leads, smallest implanted heart pump for heart failure patients (LVAD), as well as replacing aortic valve without open heart surgery (TAVR) procedure. 

  • Michael W. Gen, MD, FACC, FSCAI

    Medical Degree:  St. Georges University School of Medicine  

    Fellowship in Cardiology:  University of Colorado Health Sciences Center  

    Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology: Brown University – Rhode Island Hospital    

    Originally from New York, Dr. Gen graduated from Cornell University and worked at the prestigious Salk Institute.  He left a career in science to pursue medicine and cardiology.  He trained at the University of Colorado in Denver and at Brown University with cardiologists who pioneered angioplasty and stenting, giving him experience with the most advanced cardiac procedures.  Despite many prestigious awards including outstanding Research Fellow and awards by the National Institute of Health by other cardiologists, he is most proud of the Patient Satisfaction Award bestowed on him by his patients.

  • Usman Javed, MD, FACC


    Medical Degree:  King Edward Medical University – Pakistan

    Fellowship in Cardiology:  UCSF – Fresno, California

    Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology:  UC Davis – Davis, California

    Fellowship in Vascular and Endovascular Medicine:  UC Davis – Davis, California

    Doctor Usman Javed is board certified in Interventional Cardiology, Vascular and Endovascular Medicine.  He has published extensively regarding coronary and endovascular interventions and holds academic appointments both at UCSF-Fresno and UC Davis. 

    His clinical practice focuses on coronary and structural heart disease using minimally invasive techniques like radial interventions.  He is a strong advocate of utilizing ultrasound applications in vascular diagnostics and an expert in complex peripheral vascular interventions including carotid, aorto-iliac and critical limb ischemia/limb salvage.