Alexander R. Marmureanu, MD, is the founding physician of California Heart & Lung Surgery Medical Center. He maintains a busy, active Cardiothoracic Surgery practice in Los Angeles with special expertise in the field of minimally invasive Cardiac, Thoracic, and Vascular Surgery for Heart and Lung conditions.
Background - Dr. Marmureanu completed his General Surgery Residency and a Research Fellowship at New York University Medical Center in New York City. He then continued his surgical training at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City where he was actively involved in the field of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery research. His Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellowship was completed at UCLA, where he subsequently joined the UCLA faculty as Clinical Instructor in the Department of Surgery. Dr. Marmureanu was then appointed Director of Thoracic Surgery at Century City Hospital, where he built a very successful Center for Thoracic Surgery.
Author, Speaker, Humanitarian - Dr. Marmureanu has authored numerous research papers and publications and is a member of multiple organizations and committees, both nationally and internationally. A sought-after speaker, he has been invited to deliver lectures and presentations on the benefits of cutting edge surgical techniques as well as the advantages of minimally invasive surgery for thoracic and cardiovascular patients. Active in both local and international charitable causes, Dr. Marmureanu donates his time by traveling to Eastern Europe to help train local surgeons both in the operating room and through lectures at educational forums.