New cardiologist comes to Winslow

WINSLOW, Ariz. - Residents of Winslow and surrounding communities now have access to a new cardiologist through the Heart & Vascular Center of Northern Arizona (HVCNA).

Craig M. Peters, DO, is the newest member of the world-class physician group at the Heart & Vascular Center, a service of Flagstaff Medical Center and Verde Valley Medical Center. In addition to caring for patients in HVCNA's Winslow office, Dr. Peters is on the medical staff at Little Colorado Medical Center, and also will see patients at the HVCNA practice in Flagstaff.

The HVCNA Winslow office is conveniently located across the street from Little Colorado Medical Center at 1418 N. Williamson Ave. Appointments, which usually are available within one to two days, can be made by calling (928) 289-6336.  

Dr. Peters has practiced medicine in Ohio and Arizona. Before moving to northern Arizona, Dr. Peters was an invasive cardiologist in Dayton, Ohio.

Dr. Peters received his medical degree from the Ohio University of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, Ohio. He completed his internship at Ohio University of Osteopathic Medicine, SUMMA/Cuyahoga Falls General Hospital and his additional internship and residency at Cleveland Clinic Foundation.

His fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine was performed at the

University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center in Tucson.  The Heart & Vascular Center of Northern Arizona is a service of Flagstaff Medical Center and Verde Valley Medical Center. It combines physician office practices with extensive hospital-based services including diagnostic and interventional cardiology procedures and cardiothoracic and vascular surgery. HVCNA offices are located in Flagstaff, Camp Verde, Cottonwood, Sedona and Winslow.

For more information, visit NAHeartCare.com. Or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Peters, call 877 928-WELL.

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