Andrew Cassar, MD is an Interventional Cardiologist who is Board Certified in Cardiology, Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine, and Interventional Cardiology.
Dr. Cassar received his medical degree at the University of Malta. In 2006, he came to the United States and completed his Residency and Fellowship programs in Cardiovascular Diseases at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, where he also completed level II training in Cardiac computed Tomography (CCTA) and his Interventional Cardiology Fellowship. During training Dr. Cassar received the Mayo Internal Medicine Resident Outstanding Achievements Award, the Mayo Internal Medicine attitude, Commitment and Excellence Award; and a certificate for the Center for Translational Science Activity Research.
Hospital privileges include Banner Casa Grande Regional Hospital, Chandler Regional Medical Center, Banner Desert Medical Center, and Mercy Gilbert Hospitals.
Dr. Cassar offers evidence-based medicine for a patient while taking into account their whole family dynamics and provides state-of-the-art interventions when a heart procedure is required. He has a special interest in keeping up to date with the latest techniques used in the cardiac catheterization lab so as to provide state-of-the-art interventions when a heart procedure is required for the patient. He grew up admiring his late grandfather’s lifelong dedication for his patients and his great enthusiasm to pass on his medical knowledge to his students as professor of medicine.