Vijay Vohra, MD

7447 W. Talcott Ave. Suite 222
Chicago, Illinois 60631

Vijay H. Vohra, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

Vijay H. Vohra MD

7447 W. Talcott Ave.
Suite 222
Chicago, Illinois 60631
Fax: (773) 774-8580

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About Me

Dr. Vohra is co-director of the cardiac cath lab at Resurrection Medical Center.

Specialties
  • Cardiovascular Disease
Languages
  • Hindi
Education
  • Fellowship Saint Francis Hospital - Resurrection Health Care, Evanston
  • Residency Saint Francis Hospital - Resurrection Health Care, Evanston
  • Medical School University of Bombay College of Physicians & Surgeons, India
Affiliations
  • AMITA Health Resurrection Medical Center Chicago
Medical Interests
  • Angiogram & Angioplasty
  • Cardiac Catheterization
  • Electrocardiogram
  • Heart Problems
  • Holter Monitoring
  • Hypertension
  • Pacemaker Management
  • Stent Implant (Cardiac)
  • Stress Testing (Cardiac)
Office Number(773) 774-5245

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Insurance Types Accepted

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield Medicare Advantage
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPO
  • Cigna HMO
Services

Services

AMITA Health offers a full range of services for you and your family. From acute care and obstetrics to cardiac and emergency care, we're committed to providing quality care that is open, inclusive and compassionate, delivered with dignity and empathy for all.

Our Story

Our Story

AMITA Health is a faith based health system created by Adventist Midwest Health and Alexian Brothers Health System. AMITA Health is focused on delivering the most efficient, highest-quality, faith-based care possible. We are a new health system that integrates our founding organizations' nine hospitals and an extensive physician provider network of more than 3,000 physicians. 

Clinical Research

Clinical Research

AMITA Health is committed to advancing medicine through clinical research. Clinical research trials are a way to test the safety and effectiveness of new ideas and procedures in an ethical, controlled environment. Many of the current medical treatments available today were developed in a clinical research trial.