Herb Aronow, MD, FACC is an interventional cardiologist in the Michigan Heart Division of St. Joseph Mercy Health System.
e is board certified in Cardiovascular Medicine and Interventional Cardiology.
r. Aronow attended the University of Michigan
undergraduate studies, medical school, internal medicine residency and master's degree in public health.
e completed both general and interventional cardiovascular medicine fellowships at the Cleveland Clinic, after which he joined the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania as an Assistant Professor.
t Penn, he
directed both the peripheral vascular intervention program at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
and the cardiac catheterization laboratory at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center
r. Aronow returned home to Ann Arbor in 2005 to take a position at St. Joe's, where he serves as Director of the Comprehensive Vascular Program, Assistant Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, and is a member of the Cardiovascular Quality, Cardiovascular Operations, Research and multidisciplinary Vascular Steering committees.
n addition to his
clinical work, he
devotes substantial time toward research, house staff education, and mentorship.
Dr. Aronow has been a member of the ACC since 1998, and a Fellow since 2005.
e chaired the Michigan Chapter's
Vascular Update at the Michigan State Medical Society Annual Scientific Meeting from 2006-2010, served as an ACC representative to the Michigan Department of Community Health Certificate
of Need Commission Standard Advisory Committee for Cardiac Catheterization
in 2007, and has been a member of the Chapter's Interventional Cardiology Expert Standby Panel since 2008.
r. Aronow was elected to the Michigan ACC Chapter Council
in 2010, and served on its nominating committee in 2011.
e chaired the Chapter's
record-breaking Cardiovascular Summit in 2011, and Co-Chaired the 2012 Summit.
At a national level, Dr. Aronow served on the ACC Peripheral Vascular Disease Committee from 2009-2012 and has just begun a second term as Chair of that committee; he also serves on the ACC Interventional Scientific Council as its PVD Committee representative.