Hamid Mojibian, MD

Hamid Mojibian, MD
Cardiovascular Medicine, Interventional Radiology, Non-Invasive Vascular Imaging, Vascular & Endovascular Surgery
Accepting new patients? Yes
Referrals required? From patients or physicians
Patient type treated: Child; Adult

Hamid Mojibian, MD, is director of cardiac CT/MR Imaging for Yale Medicine’s Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging.

He and a team of radiologists and cardiologists perform cardiac imaging studies to detect heart problems such as coronary artery disease.

In his role, Dr. Mojibian also performs minimally invasive interventional cardiac procedures such as thrombectomy to remove pulmonary embolisms. It’s a new procedure in which he inserts a device into the veins to the pulmonary artery that can remove blood clots blocking normal airflow to the lungs that cause the right side of the heart to fail.

“Patients come to us in a very dire situation and leave almost normal,” he says. The nonsurgical procedure can be done in an hour or two and is done through a small hole in the groin, leaving no scar. “It feels amazing that we can provide immediate, life-changing care for patients.”

Dr. Mojibian also performs a variety of other interventional procedures such as creating AV fistulas for dialysis using a safe, nonsurgical, outpatient technique. He enjoys working with referring cardiologists and nephrologists because providing the highest quality care, he says, requires dedicated teamwork. 

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