Dr. Joshua D. Cohen is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the Society of Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions. He has a total of eight board certifications. Dr. Cohen is Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Nuclear Cardiology, Echocardiography, Vascular Medicine, Cardiac CTA, Endovascular Medicine, Interventional Cardiology and Internal Medicine. Dr. Cohen completed his General and Interventional Cardiology Fellowship, Residency and received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of California, San Francisco. He received his undergraduate degree with distinction from Stanford University.
Dr. Cohen is the medical director of Tri-City Cardiology’s nationally accredited vascular laboratory and is a registered physician in vascular interpretation (RPVI). He is immediate past Chairman of Cardiology at Banner Desert Medical Center and an expert in peripheral vascular and venous disease treatment.
- Press Ganey ranks him in the top 20th percentile in the country among physicians whose patients rate their physicians as friendly and courteous.
- 1992: Jaski BE, Cohen JD, Trausch J, Marsh DG, Bail GR, Overlie PA, Skowronski EW, Smith SC. Outcome of urgent percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty in acute myocardial infarction: Comparison of single-vessel versus multivessel coronary artery disease. American Heart Journal, 124:1427-1433.
- 1996: Schwartz GG, Xu Y, Greyson C, Cohen J, Lu L. Low-dose inotropic stimulation during left ventricular ischaemia does not worsen post-ischaemic dysfunction. Cardiovascular Research, 32:1024-1037.
- 1997: Greyson C, Xu Y, Cohen J, Schwartz GG. Right ventricular dysfunction persists following brief right ventricular pressure overload. Cardiovascular Research, 34:281-288.
- 1998: Tan JL, Heidecker M, Cohen JD, Fowler MB, Spudich JA. Direct regulation of myosin by nitric oxide. Circulation, 98(17 supplement I):I-682.
- 2006: Nouri B, Mishell J, Cohen J, Chou T, McNulty E, Shunk K. Access site closure with a monofilament suture-mediated device in a high risk cohort is safe and efficacious. SCAI 2006 Annual Scientific Sessions.
- 2006: McNulty E, Cohen J, Chou T, Shunk K. A “grapple hook” technique using a deflectable tip catheter to facilitate complex proximal circumflex interventions. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2006 Jan;67(1):46-8.