LITTLE ROCK – Aaron Strobel, MD, is now seeing patients at Baptist Health Heart Institute/Arkansas Cardiology Clinic-Little Rock.
Dr. Strobel is a native of Little Rock. He attended college at the University of Arkansas, studying biological engineering, and then went on to earn his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Over the next decade, Dr. Strobel trained at the University of Colorado, where he completed his internal medicine residency, chief residency year, cardiovascular disease fellowship and was honored to be the chief cardiology fellow. Dr. Strobel stayed at the University of Colorado, completing a two-year interventional cardiology fellowship and concentrating on coronary, peripheral and structural interventions.
Dr. Strobel helps his patients in the decision-making for preventive cardiology, general cardiology, and invasive procedures including coronary stents, peripheral vascular intervention and structural heart disease.
Dr. Strobel is married with two children, and he enjoys hiking, fishing and spending time at the lake with his family. He also loves to cheer on the Arkansas Razorbacks.
To learn more about Dr. Strobel and the services he provides at Baptist Health Heart Institute/Arkansas Cardiology Clinic-Little Rock, visit Baptist-Health.com.
You may need a referral from your primary care provider to schedule an appointment. If you need a primary care provider, please call Baptist Health HealthLine at (888)227-8478 to speak with a health advisor.