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16427 N. Scottsdale Road Suite 100, Scottsdale AZ 85254
Maulik G. Shah, MD, FACC, FSCAI
Dr. Maulik G. Shah is co-founder of Atria Heart. He is an Interventional Cardiologist who completed his Interventional and General Cardiology training at Stanford University. He also trained in Internal Medicine at Stanford, and received its highest recognition as Chief Resident. He attended the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) for medical school. Dr. Shah received his undergraduate degrees from Stanford University, where he graduated with distinction with degrees in Economics and Biological Sciences. Dr. Shah is board certified in several fields including Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Nuclear Cardiology, and Internal Medicine.
Dr. Shah is physician director of Cardiovascular Services at all 5 HonorHealth hospitals in Scottsdale and Phoenix. He is one of the first cardiologists to perform Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) in the state of Arizona. He also specializes in complex coronary stenting and radial heart catheterization. Dr. Shah is an avid clinician with special interests in coronary disease, TAVR, congestive heart failure, ASD and PFO closures, structural heart disease, preventative cardiology, general cardiology, South Asian heart disease, and women’s cardiovascular health.
Throughout his training and career, Dr. Shah has been involved in research at Stanford University, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the World Health Organization (WHO). He is widely published, and has presented his work at the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology national conferences. Dr. Shah was raised in Phoenix, and attended high school at Brophy Preparatory. He is actively involved in the greater Phoenix community, and is a passionate Arizona Cardinals and Phoenix Suns fan.
At Atria Heart, Dr. Shah hopes to provide a comprehensive, personalized wellness program for his patients that best prevents and treats heart disease!
• Interventional Cardiology
• Nuclear Cardiology
• Internal Medicine
• Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn
• Scottsdale Healthcare Shea
• Scottsdale Healthcare Thompson Peak
Wesley A. Tyree, MD
Dr. Wesley A. Tyree is the Co-Founder of Atria Heart. His main focus is non-invasive cardiology, including preventive cardiology, lipidology, cardiac imaging, cardiac rehabilitation, and congestive heart failure therapy. He is also knowledgeable in integrative methods used for the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Dr. Tyree is Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Nuclear Cardiology, and Internal Medicine. He is extremely active within the Scottsdale Healthcare System, serving as Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation Services and Director of the Telemetry Unit at Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center.
He was named by his peers in Phoenix Magazine as Top Doc for Cardiovascular Disease in 2014. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the American College of Cardiology Arizona Chapter.
He graduated from the University of Oregon with a double major in Finance and Marketing and Minor in Economics in 1992. After being unfulfilled working in the financial sector for some time, his passion for helping people moved him to a different career path, and he returned to school to pursue a medical degree. He completed his medical school training at Saint Louis University in 2002, winning the distinguished Morton M. Weber Award for Excellence in Infectious Disease. He completed his residency training at the University of Arizona affiliate, Banner Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix in 2005. He subsequently completed his Cardiovascular Fellowship there as well in 2008, serving as Chief Cardiology Fellow during that time.
Outside of medicine, his main interests include golf, hiking, playing guitar, camping, mountain biking, fly fishing and spending time with his family. He is an avid sports enthusiast that enjoys attending live sporting events.
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Internal Medicine
- Nuclear Cardiology
- Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn
- Scottsdale Healthcare Shea
- Scottsdale Healthcare Thompson Peak
Christina S. Reuss, MD, FACC, FASE, RPVI
Dr. Christina S. Reuss is a non-invasive cardiologist who completed her Advanced Echocardiography and General Cardiology training at Mayo Clinic Arizona. She also completed her Internal Medicine training at Mayo Clinic Arizona. She received her undergraduate degree in Molecular & Cellular Biology and her Medical Doctorate from the University of Arizona.
She practices all aspects of non-invasive cardiology and has a special interest in pregnancy and heart disease, women and heart disease. Dr. Reuss has served on the American Heart Association (AHA) Phoenix Heart Ball Committee as a medical liaison and guest speaker. Dr. Reuss has served as the Vice President of the Maricopa County Medical Society.
Dr. Reuss is board certified in Cardiovascular Disease. She is designated as a Fellow at the highest level of training by both the American College of Cardiology (FACC) and the American Society of Echocardiography (FASE) and holds additional certification as a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI). She has been consistently recognized as one of Phoenix Magazine’s TOP DOCs as well as being recognized as a physician leader in AzBIG Media Business Leaders: Vision, Influence, Power.
Dr. Reuss serves on the Honor Health Heart & Vascular Institute’s Research and Innovation Committee. She serves as a subspecialist representative on the Board of Innovation Care Partners, a physician-led network to deliver best-practice patient care.
• Cardiovascular Diseases
• HonorHealth Osborn
• HonorHealth Shea
• HonorHealth Thompson Peak
Meredith Esner, PA-C
Meredith, a native of the Boston area received her Masters degree in physician assistant studies from Touro College in 2010. Prior to that, she competed her undergraduate studies at Northeastern University in Boston graduating magna cum laude in 2008. She first became interested in cardiology while completing an undergraduate internship performing stress tests at Saint Elizabeth’s hospital in Boston. She then went on to complete elective PA student rotations in interventional cardiology and electrophysiology at The Lahey Clinic solidifying her decision to specialize in Cardiology.
Outside of medicine, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, running, skiing and supporting all of Bostons sports teams.Contact Me
Dr. Gregory Sanders, MD
Gregory Sanders began his medical career in Montreal, Canada, at McGill Medical School. He moved to Boston, Massachusetts in 1995 to complete internship and residency at Boston University. He was named the Chief Medical Resident and worked with acclaimed cardiologist Dr. Joseph Loscalzo. In 1999 he attended Harvard University as a Fellow in Cardiovascular Disease. He completed his fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center before moving the Phoenix, Arizona in 2002.
Dr. Sanders joined Arizona Cardiology Group, P.C. in 2002 and began to grow his practice. Focused on non-invasive cardiology and cardiovascular disease, he expanded his practice to the North Scottsdale area. After 16 years at Arizona Cardiology Group, he decided to join Atria Heart, a Cardiology and Wellness Clinic located in the heart of North Scottsdale. Aligned with HonorHealth, Atria Heart provides a full suite of cardiovascular services, and provides inpatient services at the Thompson Peak, Shea, and Osborn campuses.
- Internal Medicine
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Nuclear Cardiology.
- HonorHealth Osborn
- HonorHealth Shea
- HonorHealth Thompson Peak
Dr. Kush Agrawal, MD, FACC, RPVI
Dr. Kush Agrawal, MD, FACC, RPVI is a board-certified Interventional Cardiologist who has been practicing in the Valley since 2016. He joined Atria Heart in March of 2020. Dr. Agrawal grew up in Mississippi surrounded by a family of physicians, and knew at a very young age this was his calling. He has trained across the country in several prestigious programs, having completed an undergraduate degree in Biology and Biochemistry with honors at Duke University and medical school at the University of Mississippi participating in vascular biology research in the world-renowned Guyton and Hall Biophysics Laboratory while there. He completed his internship and residency at Emory University and Grady hospital in Atlanta, grateful for the exposure to a large, urban, safety hospital system. Dr. Agrawal then went on to complete his cardiology and interventional cardiology training at Boston University Medical Center, with partial combined training at Brigham and Women’s (Harvard) Medical Center and the Boston VA.
His newly minted genuine passion for advanced and complex coronary, structural and endovascular intervention led him to seek additional training as part of the prestigious Vascular Interventional Advances (VIVA) fellowship, serving as an advanced fellow in Mountain View, California under the tutelage of Dr. Jim Joye, DO, while also participating in the Stanford Biodesign Program as well as the Fogarty Innovation Institute while there. His VIVA fellowship was completed in Kingsport, Tennessee under the mentorship of Dr. D. Chris Metzger, MD, where he participated in the training of fellows from Massachusetts General Hospital in carotid artery stenting techniques.
This afforded him expertise in performing complex, high-risk coronary, peripheral (including limb salvage, endovascular aortic aneurysm repair, carotid stenting) and structural heart interventions (including ASD/PFO closure, transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVR) and the Mitraclip procedure). He has numerous high-impact journal as well as textbook chapter publications but has the deepest respect for original investigation and discovery. He has been a sub-investigator in the CREST-2 Carotid Stent and the ABSORB IV Bioabsorbable Stent Trials. He was awarded the prestigious Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC) designation in 2018.
Dr. Agrawal has been in practice in Arizona since 2016, having successfully performed numerous high-risk heart and vascular procedures. Hospital privileges include Honor Health Thompson Peak, Shea, and Osborn hospitals.
- Internal Medicine
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Nuclear Cardiology
- Interventional Cardiology
- Registered Physician Vascular Interpreter (RPVI)
- Vascular Medicine
- Endovascular Intervention
Influenced greatly by his childhood exposure to medicine and a compassion-focused upbringing, Dr. Agrawal has the utmost respect for the patient-physician bond. Among his core ambitions is to be able to provide truly comprehensive and compassionate care to his patients. He is married and has three children, and when free, enjoys going to the movies, traveling, and spending quality time with family.Contact Me