Salah U. Din, MD, FACC

Dr. Din has over 35 years of experience providing exceptional cardiovascular care to patients. He started in private practice in the U.S. after completing a fellowship in interventional cardiology at Hartford Hospital at the University of Connecticut. Prior to this, Dr. Din completed a fellowship in cardiovascular medicine at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center, affiliated with the Salem VA Medical Center’s hospital administrator. During this period, he completed 28 months of clinical training with an emphasis in cardiac cath and clinical consultative cardiology, along with extensive exposure to non-invasive cardiovascular imaging; and an eight-month research fellowship in a small animal laboratory focusing on vascular response to injury and restenosis after balloon angioplasty,

Dr. Din’s additional extensive training includes a residency and internship in internal medicine through leading institutions in Boston and Pittsburgh. His medical training in Pakistan includes a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery degree from the University of Karachi and an internship in medicine and general surgery as well as a resident medical office and cardiology at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center in Karachi. An accomplished researcher, Dr. Din has several professional publications. He also has several professional affiliations, including the American College of Cardiology and the American College of Physicians.

Specialties: Cardiovascular Disease, Nuclear Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology

Medical School: University of Karachi, Sind Medical College

Residency: Carney Hospital Boston, Boston University, MA
St. Frances Medical Center, University of Pittsburgh, PA

Affiliations: American College of Physicians,
American College of Cardiology

Language: English, Urdu

Location(s): Orlando, Celebration, Kissimmee

Preventive Services

Our patient care team is focused specifically on cardiovascular best practices and lifesaving heart and vein care.