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Dr. Manikumar Bheemarasetti

Manikumar Bheemarasetti, MBBS, MD, RPVI

Board-Certified Interventional Cardiologist, Peripheral Vascular Disease, Board Certified in Cardiovascular Diseases, Registered Vascular Specialist & Board Certified Interventional Cardiologist

Manikumar Bheemarasetti, MBBS, MD, RPVI, is a board certified in interventional cardiology, cardiovascular diseases, and internal medicine. He is proud to serve patients at HeartPlace in Arlington, Texas.

Dr. Bheemarasetti has extensive training and academic appointments. He received his medical training from Andhra Medical College in Visakhapatnam, India, and then went to the United Kingdom to complete post-graduate training in emergency medicine/internal medicine. 

Afterward, he relocated to the United States and completed his internship in internal medicine at Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Maryland before completing his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiology at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Dr. Bheemarasetti pursued his interventional cardiology training at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York and spent two years of his time at this highly esteemed institute that is recognized for its complex cases and high volume. 

During his career, Dr. Bheemarasetti has done over 1,000 intervention procedures. He specializes in transradial coronary intervention, complex coronary intervention (such as using rotational atherectomy for severely calcified coronary arteries), left main bifurcations, and also using LV assist devices (such as Impella® for complex coronary interventions/situations). He also specializes in structural heart intervention, such as balloon aortic valvuloplasty, alcohol septal ablation as a primary operator, and TAVR as assistant. 

A registered physician in vascular interpretation, Dr. Bheemarasetti also performs all diagnostic peripheral angiograms, carotid angiograms, renal angiograms, and peripheral interventions with directional atherectomy. Dr. Bheemarasetti's goal is to partner with patients to understand the cardiovascular disease process and minimize the risk factors. 

He speaks fluently his mother tongue Telugu, English, and Hindi. Dr. Bheemarasetti is married to a nephrologist and blessed with a daughter and a son. He enjoys swimming, tennis, and watching movies.



  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Registered in Peripheral Vascular Interpretation (RPVI)
  • Internal Medicine



  • English
  • Telugu
  • Hindi


  • Fellowship, Advanced Cardiac Cath/Interventional Cardiology: Mount Sinai Hospital, New York 
  • Residency:  Mount Sinai Hospital, New York 
  • Fellowship, Cardiology: University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 
  • Residency:  University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 
  • Internship:  Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Towson, Maryland 
  • Internship, Internal Medicine/Emergency Medicine:  National Health System, UK 
  • Medical School, MBBS/MD Degree: Andhra Medical College, India 


Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts

  • Bheemarasetti M., Shawar SA, Khalife W, Rangasetty UC, Gilani SA, Fujise K. Influence of Access, Anticoagulant and Bleeding Definition on PPCI outcomes: an US academic center experience. International Journal of Angiology;2015 Mar;24(1):11-8 PMID:25780323


  • Bheemarasetti M., Ramineni R, Baranchuk A, Mandalapu T, Mukku VK, Fujise K, Barbagelata A. MANAGEMENT OF ARRHYTHMIAS IN HEART FAILURE. WHAT A PRACTICING PHYSICIAN SHOULD KNOW IN THE CURRENT TIMES. Cardiology Journal... 2012 Dec; 19(6): 567-577. Cited in PubMed; PMID: 23224918.  


  • Bheemarasetti, M., Palabindela, V., Marur, S... (2010). MRSA TOXIC SHOCK SYNDROME IN A HEALTH CARE WORKER. Poster presented at: ACP CHAPTER MEETING; Baltimore, MD.  


  • W.I. Khalife, W., Gilani, SA. Charif, A., Bheemarasetti, M., Al Emam, AR., Kumar, A... (2013). EFFECTS OF RADIAL ARTERY ANATOMICAL VARIATIONS ON TRANSRADIAL CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION. Poster presented at: International Academy of Cardiology-18th World Congress on Heart Disease; Vancouver, Canada. 

Oral Presentation 

  • Bheemarasetti, M., Sudhakar, S., Khalife, W., Gilani, SA... (2013). THE INFLUENCE OF EARLY TRAINING IN TRANS-RADIAL VERSUS TRANS-FEMORAL APPROACH IN DOING SELECTIVE CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY. Oral Presentation presented at: International Academy of Cardiology-18th World Congress on Heart Disease; Vancouver, Canada. 

Peer Reviewed Online Publication 

  • Bheemarasetti, M., Sudhakar, S., Gilani, SA. (2013, July 26). PERI-PROCEDURAL HEMOGLOBIN DROP AND CREATININE CHANGE IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING SINGLE VESSEL PCI, A COMPARISON BETWEEN TRANSRADIAL AND TRANSFEMORAL APPROACHES. http://www.karger.com/Journal/Issue/261109, Publication Status: Published.  


  • Bheemarasetti, M., Sudhakar, S., Khalife, W., Gilani, SA. Aljafareh, A, Priya, S.. (2013, July 26). THE ROLE OF PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS IN SELECTIVE DIAGNOSTIC CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY BY FEMORAL VERSUS RADIAL ACCESS. http://www.karger.com/Journal/Issue/261109, Publication Status: Published. 


  • Gilani, SA. Bheemarasetti, M., Selvin, S., Khalife, W.. (2013, July 26). THE POSITIVE INFLUENCE OF EARLY TRAINING IN THE COMFORT LEVEL OF DOING DIAGNOSTIC ANGIOGRAPHY BY RADIAL ACCESS IN COMPARISON TO FEMORAL ACCESS. http://www.karger.com/Journal/Issue/261109, Publication Status: Published.  


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