The medical director of the Cardiovascular Institute of Orlando is eminent cardiologist Dr. Suvarchala Dara. Dr. Dara is board certified in cardiology and internal medicine.
If you have been diagnosed with a heart condition or are concerned about the health of your heart, the Cardiovascular Institute of Orlando provides state of the art care with a personal and compassionate touch.
CVIO has the facilities, the staff and the expertise to find the cause of your symptoms and design a personalized course of treatment. Diagnostic services available include EKG, abdominal vascular doppler, arterial and musculoskeletal. READ MORE >
Varicose veins are more than a cosmetic concern. Left untreated they can lead to dangerous blood clots and even to more severe venous disease, swelling of the legs and a decline in leg strength that can make it difficult to walk.
The Cardiovascular Institute of Orlando offers a variety of treatment options that will give you your legs back. These include Venefit®, which uses radiofrequency energy to heal veins. READ MORE >
See what our patients say about the care and staff at Cardiovascular Institute of Orlando. WATCH TESTIMONIALS>
NEWS + EVENTS:
Dr. Suvarchala Dara and the entire staff at the Cardiovascular Institute of Orlando would like to wish a very Happy Birthday to all our patients who are celebrating their birthday during the month of March! Feliz Cumpleaños! Parabens! Tante Auguri!
If you are celebrating your birthday during the month of March, please join us for our Birthday Celebration and Patient Appreciation Day on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm. Come celebrate your birthday with us! we will have food, raffles, and other surprises for you! For additional information or to RSVP for the event, please contact Mayra Rubero at email@example.com.
Do you or someone you know need a vein screening? CVIO is offering free vein health assessments right now. Call our office at 407.480.4445 to make an appointment.
Dr. Dara practices a very personal style of care, and her patients say they think of the staff at Cardiovascular Institute of Orlando as family. READ MORE >