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Born and raised in the Chicago area, Dr. Jay Pandya earned his medical degree from Rush Medical College, and went on to complete a cardiology fellowship at Northwestern University in Chicago. He then completed a second fellowship in interventional cardiology at the University of Illinois, where he was trained in advanced coronary and peripheral vascular/arterial interventions. At that time he was mentored in advanced radial artery catheterization techniques, and now performs the vast majority of his heart procedures through the wrist, as well as many of his peripheral vascular procedures. In addition to being a specialist in minimally invasive peripheral arterial interventions, Dr Pandya also provides complex percutaneous therapy for advanced venous conditions, including treatment for DVTs (blood clots in the arms/legs), pulmonary embolisms (blood clots in the lung), venous ulcers, and varicose veins. Dr. Pandya believes a major role for physicians is to educate patients on their condition, as well as on potential treatment options. In his spare time, he enjoys being with his family, traveling, hiking, music, and mountain biking.

Office Location:

Harker Heights
Round Rock

Media Features:


  • PANDYA SB, Kim YH, Meyers SN, Davidson CJ, Flaherty JD, Park DW, Mediratta A, Pieper K, Reyes E, Bonow RO, Park SJ, Beohar N. Drug-Eluting Stents versus Bare Metal Stents in Unprotected Left Main Coronary Artery Stenosis: a Meta-Analysis, Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Cardiovascular Interventions, June 2010; Vol 3 No 6: 602-611
  • Beohar N, Rapp J, PANDYA SB, Losordo DW. Rebuilding the Damaged Heart: The Role of Cytokines and Growth Factors in the Treatment of Ischemic Heart Disease, Journal of the American College of Cardiology, October 2010; Vol 56, No 16: 1287-1297
  • Rajamannan NM, Nealis TB, Subramanian M, PANDYA SB, Stock S, Ignatiev CI, Sebo TJ, Rosengart T, Edwards WD, McCarthy PM, Bonow RO, Spelsberg TC. Calcified Rheumatic Valve Neoangiogenesis Is Associated With Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Expression and Osteoblast-Like Bone Formation, Circulation 2005; 111: 3296 - 3301
  • Rajaram V, PANDYA SB, Patel S, Meyer PM, Goldin M, Feinstein MJ, Neems R, Liebson PR, Fiedler BM, Macioch JE, Feinstein SB. Role of surrogate markers in assessing patients with diabetes mellitus and the metabolic syndrome and in evaluating lipid-lowering therapy, American Journal of Cardiology 2004; 93(11A): 32C-48C
  • Patel SN, Rajaram V, PANDYA SB, Fiedler BM, Bai CJ, Neems R, Feinstein M, Goldin M, Feinstein SB. Emerging, Noninvasive Surrogate Markers of Atherosclerosis, Current Atherosclerosis Reports 2004; 6(1): 60-8


  • Rajamannan NM, Gallagher PS, Le TA, PANDYA SB, MConnel J, Singh R, Gocek J, Caira F, Subramaniam M, Spelsberg TC. Atorvastatin Attenuates Vascular Glomeruli Atherosclerosis in Experimental Hypercholesterolemia., Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 2005; 45(3) Supplement 1:A367


  • PANDYA SB, Subramanian M, Stock S, Spelsberg TC, McCarthy P, Bonow RO, Rajamannan NM. Degenerative Versus Rheumatic Mitral Valve Disease: A Comparison of Cellular Proliferation and Osteoblast Mediated Extracellular Matrix Production, American College of Cardiology Scientific Session Orlando, FL March 2005
  • PANDYA SB, Subramanian M, Stock S, Spelsberg TC, McCarthy P, Bonow RO, Rajamannan NM. Human Mitral Valve Degeneration is Associated with an Osteoblast Phenotype, Central Society for Clinical Research / Midwestern Section American Federation for Medical Research Chicago IL March, 2005


Medical School
Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois

Internal Medicine, McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University, Northwestern Memorial Hospital/VA Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

Cardiovascular Disease, McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University, Northwestern Memorial Hospital/VA Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Interventional Cardiology Fellowship: UIC-Christ Advocate Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois

Certifications & Memberships

Interventional Cardiology



Languages Spoken



Interventional Cardiology

Sub Specialties

Peripheral Vascular Interventions
Venous Disorders

Office Locations

Austin Heart at Round Rock
2410 Round Rock Ave
Suite 110
Round Rock, TX 78681
Phone: (512) 341-0889
Fax: (512) 341-7147

Office Hours

8:00am - 5:00pm


(512) 206-4300

Additional Locations

Austin Heart at Georgetown

1900 Scenic Drive, Suite 3308
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 930-1105

Austin Heart at Harker Heights

800 West Central Texas Expressway, Suite 355
Harker Heights, TX 76548
Phone: (254) 526-2085