About Dr. Nick Tehrani

After completing his interventional training in July of 2002, Dr. Tehrani was in Port Arthur Texas for eight months, where in addition to performing coronary interventions, he gained extensive experience in the percutaneous management of peripheral arterial disease.
 
He then moved to Rome, Georgia, and joined the Southeastern Cardiovascular Institute (SCI) which is part of the Harbin Clinic in July of 2003. At SCI, Dr. Tehrani took over Dr. Timothy McDermott’s practice, and worked with Drs. Frank Stegall, Hector Picone, Hunter Myers, Vincent Pearson, Robert Stapyrick, Michael Ware, and Christopher Merritt.
 
Dr. Tehrani moved to Macon in September of 2005 joining Drs. Thomas Meyer, and Talley Culclasure at the Georgia Heart and Vascular Center (the GHVC). Dr. Tehrani, succeeded Dr. Madeline Davidoff there, and became a partner at the GHVC in October of 2007. As a partner, Dr. Tehrani overlapped with Dr. James Kim who joined the GHVC in January of 2008 and departed in September of the same year.
 
Dr. Tehrani left the Georgia Heart and Vascular Center to start NT Cardiovascular Center in March of 2009.
 
 
Boards
American Society of Nuclear Cardiology Certification
November 2000
 
American Society of Echocardiography Certification
June 2001
 
Board Certified in General Cardiology
November 2001
 
Board Certified in Interventional Cardiology
November 2002
 
 
Cardiology Fellowship
Maine Medical Center - University of Vermont
Portland, Maine
Cardiology Fellow
July 98 – June 2001
 
North Shore University - Long Island Jewish Hospital
Manhassett, NY.
Interventional Fellow
July 01– June 02
 
 
Residency
Rhode Island Hospital - Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
Preliminary year in Internal Medicine
July 94 - June 95
 
New England Medical Center - Tufts University
Boston, Massachusetts
Radiology Residency
July 95 - December 95
 
Rhode Island Hospital - Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
Internal Medicine Residency
January 96 - December 97
 
Rhode Island Hospital - Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
Infectious Diseases Fellow
January 98 – April 98
 
 
Education
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry
Minor in Chemical Engineering
May 1985
 
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
Professional Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering
M.Eng.
August 1986
 
Brooklyn Law School
Brooklyn, New York
J.D.
August 1990
 
University of Vermont College of Medicine
Burlington, Vermont
M.D.
May 1994