Heart Care at the Clark Specialty Clinic at Scott Memorial
Our focus is the diagnosis, stabilization, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease and abnormal heart rhythms. Our skilled cardiologists use interventional cardiology also known as catheterization to help prevent an eventual cardiac event or to stabilize patients that have had a heart attack.
Making heart health a priority
Heart health is about more than just your heart. Blood pressure, cholesterol, family history and other factors all play important roles in keeping your heart strong. If you have questions about your heart health but aren’t quite sure where to begin, start with a heart health assessment and learn more about any risks you may have for heart-related conditions. Your journey to a stronger heart starts here.
Meet the Providers
Zaka Rahman, MD, FSCAI, Associate Fellow, American College of Cardiology
Cardiologist Dr. Zaka Rahman has been treating people with heart disease in Kentuckiana for more than 25 years. An Associate Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and Fellow Society of Coronary Angiography and Intervention, Dr. Rahman completed a fellowship in cardiovascular diseases at Providence Hospital and Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. He has a medical degree from King Edward Medical School at the University of Punjab and completed his residency at Providence Hospital – Southfield, MI.
Faraaz Rahman, MD, Interventional & Structural Cardiologist
Jeffersonville, Indiana area born and raised Interventional &
Structural Cardiologist, Dr. Faraaz Rahman obtained his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 2011. He then completed an Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and went on to complete three subspecialty Fellowship trainings. He obtained his Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship from Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center/Milwaukee Heart Institute in Wisconsin, his Interventional Cardiology Fellowship from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and his Structural Heart and Transcatheter Valve Intervention Fellowship from Virginia Tech Carilion Clinic School of Medicine. He is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease and Interventional Cardiology. Dr. Rahman serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the
University of Louisville School of Medicine. His special area of
expertise and interest is minimally invasive percutaneous
transcatheter heart valve repair and replacement
(including TAVR and Mitral Clip).