NJ HEART & VASCULAR
Board-certified cardiovascular physician Kintur Sanghvi, MD, FACC, FSCAI, offers his vast experience and expertise at NJ Heart & Vascular Care in Princeton and Hamilton, New Jersey.
Having performed more than 10,000 procedures that include treatments for arterial blockages and aneurysms, repair of heart valve conditions, and surgery for venous disease, Dr. Sanghvi is exceptionally qualified to help patients manage and overcome heart and circulatory problems.
Dr. Sanghvi has practiced cardiology, interventional cardiology, and endovascular medicine at academic institutions for more than 11 years. He’s well-published, with more than 70 articles in peer-reviewed medical journals and multiple textbook chapters. He’s also an established speaker who has attended more than 70 international and national scientific meetings.
An integral leader at Deborah Heart and Lung Institute in Burlington County, New Jersey, Dr. Sanghvi served as the medical director of the Cleveland Clinic Affiliation and previously served as the institute’s associate medical director of interventional cardiology and endovascular medicine.
There, he also started the transradial program, which has grown into a state-of-the-art program that helps treat and diagnose certain heart conditions.
Dr. Sanghvi received his Doctor of Medicine from Pramukhswami Medical College in Anand, India, and completed his residency in internal medicine at New York University in New York City. He also completed a cardiology fellowship at Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center in New York City and an interventional cardiology fellowship at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Dr. Sanghvi firmly believes in the importance of all people having access to the best possible medical care, having lost a dear family member because of a late diagnosis and lack of available technology.
He views his role as a provider of medical care as a privilege and duty. He takes his position as a physician seriously and commits to providing the most innovative evidence-based therapy available to promote patients’ overall health and well-being.