Harlan R Grogin, MD

  • Cardiac Electrophysiology

Harlan R Grogin MD


  • Cardiac Electrophysiology,

Primary Office:

230 San Jose Street
Salinas, CA 93901
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(831) 758-2100


(831) 758-1565

Accepting new patients.

For Harlan Grogin, MD, FACC, treating patients as if they were friends
or family—showing respect and really listening to them—is
at the heart of his approach to care. He enjoys being able to make a difference
in a patient’s life, whether it’s with treatment for a condition
or prevention through lifestyle modifications. Dr. Grogin received his
medical degree in 1985 from New York University School of Medicine in
New York City and completed his internship and residency in internal medicine
at Barnes Hospital, Washington University Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri.
He continued his medical training with a cardiology fellowship at Stanford
University Medical Center and a fellowship in electrophysiology at the
University of California, San Francisco. Board certified in internal medicine,
cardiovascular disease and electrophysiology by the American Board of
Internal Medicine, he established Salinas Valley Memorial’s Electrophysiology
Program in 1995 and is its medical director. Dr. Grogin is active in clinical
research trials that give patients access to new therapies, devices and
medications that may be more effective than traditional methods. He also
trains other cardiologists on implantation procedures, including the specialized
devices used for people with congestive heart failure. He and his wife
are the parents of twins. In his spare time, he enjoys being outside whether
running, hiking, cycling or traveling.

  • Education

    MD, New York University School of Medicine, New York City
    Internship/Residency, Barnes Hospital, Washington University Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri

  • Areas of Interest

    • Arrhythmias, Abnormal Heartbeat
    • Cardiovascular Disease
    • Preventive Health and Education

  • Secondary Office

    Accepting New Patients

  • About the Physician

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