Dr.Suzanne SorofMD, FACC, FSCAIMedical Director
Suzanne Sorof is an Interventional Cardiologist who practices in the East Valley. She is Triple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology. She is interested in all areas of Cardiology including Women’s Heart disease, Consultive cardiology, Vascular Disease, Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia and Coronary Artery Disease. She was the President of The Arizona Chapter of the American Heart Association during the 3 year period 2008-2011, where she was involved with many grassroots initiatives for Greater Phoenix. She is currently the East Valley Representative for the Arizona chapter of the American College of Cardiology. She was nominated by her peers to become the first female governor for the state of Arizona.
She is very involved at the Banner Heart Hospital sitting on the Medical Executive Committee, and is the Chairman of the Ethics Committee at the hospital. She helped initiate the Pulmonary Hypertension Center and has been an integral member of helping to treat these patients.
Suzanne actively teaches in the Community, as an adjunct professor at both Midwestern University for the medical student program, and at A.T. Still University for the Physicians’ Assistant program.
She recently won the Banner Guardian award, which is an honor that is awarded to the single physician that provides humanistic care to the patients nominated by the administration, fellow physicians, and nursing staff.
Suzanne has two sons, Austin and Joshua, who are very active and enjoy sports. She relocated from Virginia for the sunny skies and desert life. In her spare time, she enjoys her two dogs and cycle class. Originally from New York, she has trained at many top institutions and is committed to providing her patients with solid, evidenced-based, state of the art Cardiology care.
She is now proud to be the Medical Director of IHMS of Arizona. Suzanne said, 'This is a great opportunity for me to be a part of a company that provides medical care to people that are homebound'.