Dr. Kazziha takes great satisfaction in being able to provide the latest in treatment technology to those with cardiovascular disease.
He received his medical education at the University of Damascus, Health Center and Affiliate Hospitals; completed fellowships in Critical Care Medicine and Cardiovascular Preventive Medicine at the University Health Center of Pittsburgh. He trained in Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia, Interventional Cardiology at William Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak and Vascular and Intervention at the Cleveland Clinic.
Dr. Kazziha received the National Research Service Award in Epidemiology from NIH in 1985, the Cardiology Research Training Award in 1990. He also was nominated for the National Young Investigator Award for the Southern Society for Clinical Investigation in 1992. He is actively involved in clinical research and has published interventional cardiology and vascular disease topics.
Dr. Kazziha is the Executive Medical Director of the Cardiovascular Program at Crittenton Hospital Medical Center’s Shelton Heart Center. He is regionally recognized for his excellence in both clinical and administrative roles, and he has developed cardiovascular programs at several hospitals and most recently as the Medical Director for Cardiovascular Services at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center’s Mat Gaberty Heart Center as well as Clinical Associate Professor, WSU School of Medicine.
Dr. Kazziha’s board certifications include: Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine; Diplomate, American Board of Cardiovascular Disease; Diplomate, American Board of Interventional Cardiology and Diplomate, American Board of Endovascular Medicine.