West Coast Medicine and Cardiology

Rajesh Sam Suri, MD, FACC

Cardiology & Internal Medicine

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Dr. Rajesh Sam Suri, MD, FACC

Dr. Suri is a leading cardiologist specializing in treating and managing heart disease, hypertension, and related conditions with a variety of treatments including radiofrequency ablation, sclerotherapy, endovenous laser ablation, vascular ultrasounds, anticoagulation management, and regular lipid check-ups. Dr. Suri treats patients from throughout the Bay Area with West Coast Medicine and Cardiology offices located in Fremont, Hayward, and Pleasanton, California.

Dr. Suri earned his bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery degrees at Maulana Azad Medical College. He served his residency in internal and pediatric medicine at New York Medical College. While at New York Medical College, Dr. Suri went on to complete a prestigious fellowship in cardiology. 

Dr. Suri aims to find the right solutions for his patients’ health and medical needs. His patients praise him for treating them with specialized and individual attention. His effective treatment plans help patients to reach achievable health goals. He is committed to helping his patients lead healthy, active, and fulfilling lives, using his experience and state of the art tools to diagnose issues as early as possible.

Dr. Suri and his team at West Coast Medicine and Cardiology welcome new patients. We accept most major forms of insurance. Make an appointment at any of our three locations for a full health assessment today.

We look forward to meeting you soon!

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West Coast Medicine and Cardiology

Dr. Suri is a leading cardiologist specializing in treating and managing heart disease, hypertension, and related conditions with a variety of treatments including radiofrequency ablation, sclerotherapy, endovenous laser ablation, vascular ultrasounds, anticoagulation management, and regular lipid check-ups. Dr. Suri treats patients from throughout the Bay Area with West Coast Medicine and Cardiology offices located in Fremont, Hayward, and Pleasanton, California.

Dr. Suri earned his bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery degrees at Maulana Azad Medical College. He served his residency in internal and pediatric medicine at New York Medical College. While at New York Medical College, Dr. Suri went on to complete a prestigious fellowship in cardiology. 

Dr. Suri aims to find the right solutions for his patients’ health and medical needs. His patients praise him for treating them with specialized and individual attention. His effective treatment plans help patients to reach achievable health goals. He is committed to helping his patients lead healthy, active, and fulfilling lives, using his experience and state of the art tools to diagnose issues as early as possible.

Dr. Suri and his team at West Coast Medicine and Cardiology welcome new patients. We accept most major forms of insurance. Make an appointment at any of our three locations for a full health assessment today.

We look forward to meeting you soon!


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Cardiac Arrhythmia

Cardiac Arrhythmia is often referred to as an irregular heartbeat, which is when your heart either beats too quickly or too slowly. Arrhythmia sometimes does not need to be treated, although in some cases it will need to be monitored and managed. Dr. Suri at West Coast Medicine and Cardiology will sometimes prescribe medication for patients located throughout the San Francisco Bay area to treat fast heartbeats; there are a wide variety of techniques and procedures that can be used to regulate your pulse.

Pacemakers are often installed to control abnormal heartbeats. The device is often installed under the skin near the collarbone, and insulated wire runs through the body to the heart. The wire monitors the heartbeat, and if it detects an abnormality, it sends an electrical impulse to stimulate a normal heart rate. Another common option is an implantable cardioverter- defibrillator (ICD). This device is often used for patients with a high risk of a fast or irregular heartbeat in the lower parts of the heart or in patients who have had a cardiac arrest. Similar to a pacemaker, an ICD is placed under the skin near the collarbone, with wires extending through the veins to the heart. It continuously monitors the heart rate and sends out electric shocks to reset the heart rate if it detects any abnormalities.

After the installation of a pacemaker or ICD, patients will be back to normal within a few weeks. The doctor will provide specific advice, but in general, it is best to avoid any strenuous activity or exercise for 4-6 weeks. You should also avoid getting your incision point wet or exposure to sunlight. You will also attend checkups every 3-12 months, on a schedule agreed with the doctor to make sure the device is working at the optimal levels for your needs. If you experience any breathlessness, dizziness, fainting, weakness, or chest pain, you should see the doctor as soon as possible.

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Insurance Options

Displayed are only a few of the insurance providers we accept. Please call our office to verify your individual coverage options.

Aetna
Alameda Alliance for Health
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Anthem Blue Cross of California
Cigna
GWH-Cigna (formerly Great West Healthcare)
Medi-Cal
Medicaid
Medicare
United Healthcare
Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • "I would highly recommend him to anyone who not only needs a cardiologist, but a friendly, kind doctor."

    Ravi A.
  • "Dr.Suri takes care of me and my entire family. Not only is he extremely attentive to our health, he is also very personable and family oriented."

    Hazel W.
  • "Dr Suri has been my moms doctor for over 20 years.. I'm very thankful for all his services and helping my mom all these years"

    Aisha A.