Preferred Name: Behi Rabbani
Dr. Behi Rabbani originates from Michigan. After completing his undergraduate degree at Yale University he returned to the University of Michigan to obtain his medical degree. He remained at the University of Michigan Hospital to complete an internal medicine residency (where he served as a chief medical resident), as well as fellowships in general and interventional cardiology. He then pursued additional advanced training in the management of peripheral vascular disease and the catheter based treatment of structural heart disease such as non-surgical heart valve replacement. Dr. Rabbani's mission is to treat every patient with the utmost compassion and individualized care. He believes that communication, respect and availability are the hallmarks of good patient care. He specializes in the management and prevention of heart disease with special emphasis on the catheter-based, minimally invasive treatment of complex coronary artery disease, peripheral arterial disease, and valvular heart disease. He has special training in non-surgical replacement of heart valves (TAVR). He has published peer-reviewed papers, has given national talks, and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Interventional Cardiology. He is on the faculty of the David Geffen School of Medicine as a Clinical Instructor of Medicine.