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Samuel T. Rougas MD (Cardiology)


Cardiology

Biography


Contact Info:

Office:

719-346-4862

Fax:

719-346-4603

Website:

For his website, click here:

Facility/Office:

Aurora Denver Cardiology Associates
1601 East 19th Ave, Ste 5000
Denver, CO 80218

Education:

Columbia University
Graduate Degree - 2006

Internship:

New York University School of Medicine
Internship - 2007

Residency:

New York University School of Medicine
Residency - 2009

Fellowship:

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Fellowship - 2013

Certification:

Dr. Rougas earned high marks throughout his academic studies and trained at prestigious centers and medical schools. He was elected to the University of Denver’s Dean list six times and went on to earn a place in the Gold Humanism in Medicine Honor Society at the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Biography:

Samuel Rougas, MD is a Colorado native from Pueblo and is proud to join the leading cardiology group in the state, Aurora Denver Cardiology Associates. The size and scope of ADCA's services and hospital programs allows Dr. Rougas to provide a high level of cardiac care to a wide range of patients.

Dr. Rougas is certified in transthoracic and transesophagealechocardiography, nuclear cardiology, pericardiocentesis and transvenous pacemaker placement.

More/Other Information:

Dr. Rougas was elected to the University of Denver's Dean list six times and went on to earn a place in the Gold Humanism in Medicine Honor Society at the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons.