Redding’s Premier Cardiology Services
Our mission is to improve cardiac health through integrated and compassionate patient care. Come let our family take care of yours.
B.V. Chandramouli MD, MPH, FACC, FSCAI
Dr. Chandramouli has been in cardiovascular practice in Redding since 1998. He was awarded the National Merit Scholarship during his college years. He graduated from the prestigious Bangalore Medical College in South India in 1982 as a top 10 graduate. He completed his internal medicine residency in 1985 securing second rank in his class. He worked as medical officer/internist in National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences from 1985 - 1990. From 1978 - 1990 he donated his weekends to serving rural and tribal communities in South India, which lacked medical access. From 1990 - 1992, he worked on another graduate program in public-health (MP) at the prestigious Loma Linda University in Southern California. At this time his focus of interest was the value of the vegetarian diet in prevention and treatment of chronic diseases and cardiovascular diseases. During this time at Loma Linda, he was also a cardiovascular research fellow and published several research papers. These endeavors deepened his desire to specialize in clinical cardiovascular medicine in the United States. Thus, he enrolled in the internal medicine residency program at Loma Linda University, which he completed with distinction. From 1994 - 1995 he served as Chief Medical Resident and academic faculty at Loma Linda University where he enjoyed teaching junior doctors and medical students about taking care of patients. From 1995 - 1997 he completed a fellowship program in cardiovascular medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. From 1997 - 1998 he completed sub-speciality fellowship in interventional cardiology at Albert Einstein. Here, he received extensive training in performing complex cardiovascular procedures using percutaneous techniques. In 1999, he was trained in certified in the implantation of pacemakers and defibrillators. Since 1999, he has worked as a voluntary clinical faculty and assistant professor at University of California, Davis.