Dr. Andrey Espinoza in the News

Dr. Espinoza receives 3 top doctor awards

Dr. Espinoza and the AHVI staff are proud to have received three top doctor awards for 2021.


Dr. Espinoza elected to the IAC Vein Center Board of Directors

Dr. Espinoza was elected to the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) Vein Center Board of Directors. The Vein Center Board of Directors is a group that is committed to improving the quality of vein disease treatment and management.

IAC Board of Directors

Dr. Espinoza leads Peripheral Arterial disease (PAD) training

Dr. Espinoza and the AHVI staff were honored to host a ‘training day’ for those seeking to treat patients with advanced PAD using revolutionary technology from TEAM USA, Phillips, and Universal Ultrasound Management.

Training Day Screenshot

Dr. Espinoza named a New Jersey Monthly 2020 Jersey Choice Top Doctor

Dr. Espinoza has been awarded a New Jersey Monthly 2018 Jersey Choice Top Doctor honor for the 8th time.


Read about Subclavian Artery Disease

Dr. Espinoza contributed to an informative article about subclavian artery disease at the American College of Cardiology’s CardioSmart.
Read it here!

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Dr. Espinoza performed the very first carotid artery stenting procedure in a community hospital in NJ.

In 2008 he developed and led Hunterdon Medical Center’s heart attack program into the 21st century by adopting strategies to enhance diagnosis, treatment times and advanced access approaches using the radial artery to treat patients to minimize complications, enhance recovery times and reduce mortality. Under his leadership Hunterdon Medical Center consistently boasted the fastest “Door to Balloon” (heart attack diagnosis to artery opening) times in the entire state of New Jersey.


Read the interview with Dr. Espinoza in Cardiac Interventions Today about acute coronary syndrome protocol.

Dr.  Espinoza is joined by Paul A. Gurbel, MD, Sunil V. Rao, MD, and Steven J. Yakubov, MD, FACC, FSCAI in the January/February 2017 issue of Cardiac Interventions Today discussing their experiences with acute coronary syndrome protocol and how they approach access sites and manage bleeding events. Read the interview.

Bleeding Avoidance Article