Cardiovascualr Institute of San Diego


Our vision at Cardiovascular Institute of San Diego is to provide complete diagnostic care and consultation under one roof. CVISD was established in 2007 as a complete cardiac care facility by Dr. Mehran Moussavian.

At Cardiovascular Institute of San Diego, we strive for quality care and patient satisfaction. We put our efforts to provide meaningful and prompt cardiac care to primary care physicians as well as their patients.

Dr. Moussavian is a board certified in interventional cardiology, general cardiology and internal medicine. He completed his residency at Yale, and later served as the chief medical resident and assistant professor at Yale. He completed his cardiology fellowship and interventional cardiology training at Scripps Green Hospital and Research Foundation where he went on to become the chief cardiovascular fellow. In addition to clinical cardiology, Dr. Moussavian’s interests include prevention and treatment of peripheral vascular diseases, and stroke prevention.

Our mission at CVISD has been to provide a state of the art cardiovascular center of excellence combining latest technological advancements with co-compassion, empathy, and availability. We are currently participating in 2 clinical trials looking at feasibility and safety of carotid artery stenting, and a coronary artery drug eluting stent study. Our success is measured one patient at a time.

Most insurance accepted


Our Services


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New Patients


Welcome to our office
Cardiovascular Questionnaire
Reminder of Testing Services

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Cardiology is the science and study of the cardiac (heart) system. It pertains to heart disorders, including diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, electrophysiology, heart failure and valvular heart disease.

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