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  • Evangelos Diamantakos, DO

    Evangelos A. Diamantakos, DO

    Specialties

    • Cardiovascular Disease*
    • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology*
    • * Indicates Board Certified in this Specialty
    760-346-0642
    Rancho Mirage

    Location Details

    Desert Cardiology Center
    39000 Bob Hope Drive
    Hal B. Wallis Building
    Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

    Evangelos A. Diamantakos, DO

    Specialties

    • Cardiovascular Disease*
    • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology*
    • * Indicates Board Certified in this Specialty
    Evangelos “Evan” Diamantakos, DO, is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology and, Cardiac Electrophysiology at Eisenhower Desert Cardiology Center in Rancho Mirage, California. 

    After medical school, Dr. Diamantakos completed a residency program in Internal Medicine, as well as a fellowship program in General Cardiology at McLaren Macomb Hospital in Mount Clemens, Michigan. He then completed a fellowship in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. Most recently, he was a clinical cardiac electrophysiologist at Loma Linda University Medical Center. 

    Dr. Diamantakos decided to pursue a career in medicine after his grandfather passed when he was in 8th grade. “My grandfather came back to the States (from Greece) after being diagnosed with cancer for his care. My parents worked full-time and I became his primary caregiver at a young age. He was my inspiration and motivation in becoming a physician,” states Dr. Diamantakos. During medical school, Dr. Diamantakos had many interests, but he pursued Cardiology due to its complexity, and the willingness of patients to be proactive in their care. 

    “When it comes to patient care, establishing a good rapport with my patients is essential for a trusting patient-physician relationship,” states Dr. Diamantakos. “Cardiac patients come to discuss vulnerable and overwhelming aspects of their care and need to depend on and have confidence in their physician. Mutual respect is very important, and I encourage my patients to be active participants in their care. In turn, my role is to provide them comfort, reassurance and quality up-to-date information on treatments that would benefit them so they can understand their options and make sound medical decisions with which they are comfortable.”
     

    Professional Details

    • English, Greek
    • 7 years
    • 4 years

    Professional Education

    • Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
    • Swedish Covenant Hospital
    • McLaren Macomb
    • McLaren Macomb
    • UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center

    Board Certification

    • American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine
    • American Osteopathic Board of IM/Cardiology
    • American Osteopathic Board of IM/Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
    Publication Date: April 23, 2024
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