Creighton W. Don, M.D, PhD is an interventional cardiologist and Associate Professor of Medicine, Section Chief of Cardiology at the Puget Sound Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Seattle. and Director of the Interventional Cardiology and Structural Heart Fellowships at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, WA. He completed his cardiology fellowship at the University of Washington and an interventional fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital before joining UW Medicine in 2009.
Dr. Don is an expert in complex coronary interventions including advanced therapies for instent restenosis and brachytherapy, percutaneous treatment for valvular heart disease (including TAVR, TMVR, TTVR, MitraClip, mitral annular devices), and other structural interventions such as left atrial appendage closure, PFO closure, and paravalvular leak closure. He earned an MPH at UW and his research focuses on evaluating outcomes in real world practice of patients undergoing complex coronary and structural heart procedures. He has been recognized in the Seattle Magazine as a Top Doctor in Seattle for interventional cardiology for several years.
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Dr. Don's favorite ways to relax is playing the guitar and piano. He also enjoys biking, basketball, golf, and challenging games of bridge and chess.