My visits with Dr. Koshkarian were very thorough. He explained everything that I was having done, and why, to both my wife and I. His staff is courteous and very friendly. His office runs well with no waiting !!!. As a physician myself, his bedside manner as well as his level of training in my mind, stand out above his peers. I HIGHLY recommend this cardiologist
He is an absolutely fine cardiologist, very professional and caring. I wouldn't consider going to another cardiologist!
Dr Watson is very knowledgeable, is very responsive to any questions you ask of him, and answers thoroughly. Both my wife and I had heart procedures diagnosed....and treated by Dr Watson and we're both happy with our decision(s) and would not change anything about our relationship with him and his staff.
Very capable - asks questios appropriate to the visit, answers my questions in a way I understand,if I'm unsure he will explain further. Has a great sense of humor, which I find a very good quality, I'm relaxed and more at ease answering questions.
Dr. Koshkarian is always professional, knowledgable and willing to take time to discuss procedures and patient concerns in easy to understand layman's terms. I have been his patient for about 5 years and always find him to be a thoughtful and thorough doctor. He is also willing to let me weigh in about my feelings about medication levels. I would highly recommend Dr. Koshkarian for any patient looking for a very reputable, easy to interact with cardiologist.
I contemplated writing this review but thought other patients should know he is very cold. Treated us like we were just a number, maybe it's not his father as the patient but it is my father. Rarely made eye contact, sat at the keyboard with his back to us. When I did ask a question he seemed irritated, I do not recommend this treatment to anyone.
Not fully trained in the latest angioplasty procedures; unprepared on follow up visit post procedure. So called personable bed side manner seriously lacking - not helpful in treatment discussions...have to pry information from him. Did not do a thorough exam and/or evaluation during a angioplasty procedure - necessitating a second post procedure exam to determine if other problems needed to be fixed; rather than doing so with the first procedure. Seems to lean on the side of over medicating.
Cardiac Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
Chest Ct (Incl. Heart And Lungs)
Cardiovascular Stress Test
Cardiac Catheterization (Incl. Coronary Angiography)
Cardioverter-Defibrillator Or Pacemaker Insertion, Removal Or Repair
Coronary Angioplasty, Atherectomy And Stent
Pacemaker Insertion Or Replacement
Peripheral Artery Catheterization
Tilt Testing Or Cardiac Event Monitors
Automatic Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (Icd) Implantation
Removal Or Revision Of Pacemaker Or Cardioverter And-Or Defibrillator
Vascular Duplex Ultrasonography And Plethysmography
Ablation For Treatment Of Cardiac Arrhythmias
Valve Repair Or Replacement (Aortic, Mitral, Tricuspid, And Pulmonary)
Cardiac Mri (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Of Heart Or Chest
Insertion Of Epicardial Lead For Pacemaker Or Cardioverter And-Or Defibrillator
Non-Coronary Angioplasty, Atherectomy, And Stenting