Behzad Molavi, M.D., FACC
Behzad Molavi, M.D., FACC derives great satisfaction from treating very sick cardiac patients in the hospital. He also enjoys developing a long term physician-patient relationship in the office. Dr. Molavi strives to help patients understand their cardiac disease, which in turn allows them to take an active role in managing their disease. Dr. Molavi enjoys all aspects of cardiology, including prevention and wellness.
“I believe in providing compassionate, comprehensive and caring cardiovascular treatment of the highest standard for all my patients. I specialize in interventional cardiology, cardiovascular medicine and peripheral vascular disease to provide comprehensive heart and vascular care. I have an extensive research and clinical background.”
Dr. Molavi grew up in Iran and received his Medical Degree from Tehran University of Medical Sciences. He spent his residency years at Michigan State University and completed his fellowship in general cardiology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He has advanced fellowship training in Interventional Cardiology from the Indiana University School of Medicine. Upon completion of his second fellowship, he joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences division of cardiology as an interventional cardiologist and catherization laboratory attending physician and subsequently relocated to Platte Valley Medical Center in June 2009 to start an interventional cardiology and peripheral vascular program in the cardiovascular catheterization laboratory at PVMC.
In his free time, Dr. Molavi enjoys spending time with his family. Together with his wife and two sons, they enjoy playing tennis, spending time in the Colorado mountains , skiing, hiking and cycling. He is having a good time with his oldest son and their new hobby, scuba diving.