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Cardiology (cardiovascular disease), Interventional cardiology




William Lombardi, M.D., is a board certified cardiologist at UW Medical Center and Northwest Hospital, director of Complex Coronary Artery Disease Therapies in the Regional Heart Center Cardiology Clinic and a UW associate professor of Cardiology.

Dr. Lombardi is an expert in cardiac catheterization and interventional cardiology. He strives to create active partnerships with his patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.??

Dr. Lombardi earned his M.D. at Tulane University, New Orleans. He is board certified in both Interventional Cardiology and Cardiovascular Disease. His clinical interests include interventional cardiology and cardiac catheterization. He has focused much of his research efforts on developing and refining coronary chronic total occlusions and complex coronary artery procedures with great efficacy and reproducibility.

Personal Interests

When away from medicine, Dr. Lombardi enjoys sailing, fishing and spending time with his family.
Regional Heart Center at UWMC

Heart Institute at UW Medical Center

1959 NE Pacific St., 3rd Floor Seattle, WA 98195


Adult congenital heart disease, Advanced heart failure and transplant cardiology, Behavioral healthcare, Cancer care and your heart

Cardiac Rehabilitation at Northwest Hospital

Cardiac Rehabilitation at Northwest Hospital

McMurray Medical Building, 1536 N. 115th St. Seattle, WA 98133


Cardiology (cardiovascular disease)

Stanford University Medical Center

Teaching Appointment, 2014

Univ. of Utah SOM

Fellowship, 2001, Interventional Radiology

Univ. of Utah Program

Fellowship, 2000, Cardiology

Univ. of Utah Program

Residency, 1997, Internal Medicine

Univ. of Utah Program

Internship, 1995, Internal Medicine

Tulane University-School of Medicine

Medical education, 1994


Board Certifications
  • Interventional Cardiology, 2011, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Cardiovascular Disease, 2010, American Board of Internal Medicine