At Stamford Hospital in Connecticut, Dr. Michael Coady is the chief and program director of cardiovascular surgery. Certified in general and thoracic surgery, Dr. Michael Coady leverages more than two decades of experience to his role.
In February 2013, the facility announced the opening of its hybrid operating room, which consists of state-of-the-art vascular imaging equipment for heart, vascular, and interventional specialists so that they may operate on a patient in the same room. Dr. Michael Coady praised the hybrid operating room because it allows for minimally invasive to open procedures in one room and boosts efficiency and patient outcomes.
Dr. Michael Coady earned his medical degree from George Washington University and completed his clinical training at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Yale University's Section of Cardiothoracic Surgery, and Stanford University Hospital. The recipient of a master of public health from Yale University, he has written extensively on medical issues for peer-reviewed journals and medical textbooks for nearly two decades.