I am an Interventional Cardiologist actively engaged in patient care, teaching and research. I have devoted my career to the development and refinement of cardiovascular innovations that improve the safety and efficacy of Percutaneous Interventions, specifically with patients who have complex arterial blockages. The purpose of this website is to introduce myself and my professional activities to patients, colleagues, and individuals interested in cardiovascular medicine.

As you view the information on our website I invite you to learn more about cardiac diseases, to take an active approach in your health, and to explore new non-surgical techniques and treatments for valve disease, such as septal defects and stroke remedies - just to name a few. Take a look at my published articles, videos and news clippings that will demonstrate many of the techniques and treatments mentioned above, and take the time to invest in learning about CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE PREVENTION - especially Women and Heart Disease which is an area extremely important to review.

If you have a topic you would like us to cover or have questions or comments, please contact my team at news@drshawl.com.

On behalf of my team and myself, we thank you for taking the time to visit the site and your interest in cardiovascular medicine.


Fayaz Shawl, MD, FACP, FCCP, FACC
Director, Interventional Cardiology
Washington Adventist Hospital

Clinical Professor of Medicine and Director
Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine
George Washington University


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