Dr. Iantorno completed a master’s in science as well as a critical care fellowship at NIH at Duke. She then finished a second and fellowship in cardiology from Johns Hopkins and a third in interventional cardiology fellowship at Medstar Washington Hospital Center. She is board certified in all three specialties. Dr. Iantorno is further trained in peripheral vascular, structural heart, and complex percutaneous coronary interventions. She is the director of Oracle Heart & Vascular’s Peripheral Vascular clinic providing treatment options at MWH and in an outpatient setting. She is also the director of Oracle Heart & Vascular’s Valvular Disease Clinic, which serves patients who have severe aortic stenosis. Her determination, hard-work, and pursuit of extensive training provides a comprehensive approach to your care as well as new treatment options. Together with her husband and three children, she lives in northern Virginia and enjoys spending time training, and competing as a triathlete in half and full Ironman races. She is a great listener, compassionate, and down to earth. She also speaks Spanish, and fluent Italian.
Her case illustrated that women with heart disease present different symptoms than men, but it wasn’t the only unusual aspect of the procedure. The physician calling the shots was Dr. Micaela lantorno, Fredericksburg region’s only female interventional cardiologist.