Sarkis Kiramijyan, MD, FACC is an interventional cardiologist in Los Angeles, CA, currently practicing within the Adventist Health Physicians Network, Southern California Region, including at Adventist Health White Memorial, Adventist Health Glendale, and Adventist Health Simi Valley. He is specialty board certified in interventional cardiology, cardiovascular disease, nuclear cardiology, echocardiography and internal medicine. Dr. Kiramijyan was born in Yerevan, Armenia, moved to Los Angeles with his family at a young age. He completed his undergraduate studies with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and a minor degree in Armenian studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. Thereafter, he completed medical school in 2008, at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. Subsequently, he completed his internal medicine internship and residency, and cardiology fellowship at the Los Angeles County Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, where he also served as Chief Cardiology Fellow and was the recipient of the prestigious "Distinguished Teaching Fellow of the Year” Award. In 2014, he returned to Washington, DC, and completed a two-year fellowship under the supervision and mentorship of world-renowned interventional cardiologists and academicians in the Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center program, where he also served as Chief Interventional Cardiology Fellow. Subsequently, he moved with his family to New Haven, CT, and completed an advanced structural heart disease interventional fellowship at the Yale University School of Medicine, also under the supervision and mentorship of world-renowned experts and academicians. Thereafter, Dr. Kiramijyan returned to Los Angeles in 2017, and took a position as the Director of the Structural Heart Disease Program at Adventist Health White Memorial in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Kiramijyan has an extensive background in original research in clinical cardiovascular disease, and has published in numerous peer-reviewed scientific journals. In addition, he has presented at numerous national and international cardiovascular scientific conferences, including participation as a faculty member and panelist. He continues to write, publish and lecture within the realm of interventional cardiology, including structural and valvular heart disease. His clinical interests include coronary, structural and valvular heart disease interventions, and peripheral vascular interventions. In his free time, Dr. Kiramijyan enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, playing chess and outdoor sports, and conducting humanitarian work.
Cardiologist, Adventist Health (former NextGen Council member)