Dr. Steven Bolling

Dr. Steven Bolling

Dr. Steven Bolling
Heart Surgeon
Dr. Steven Bolling

About Dr. Steven Bolling, Heart Surgeon

Dr. Steven Bolling, a cardiac surgeon who completed my medical education at the University of Michigan in 1979. Throughout my career, I have successfully conducted around 7,500 cardiac surgeries, with a focus on heart valve procedures, accounting for approximately 5,000 cases. Currently, I am actively practicing at the University of Michigan Health, where I frequently perform surgical procedures.

One of my key strengths lies in my innovative approach to mitral valve repair, particularly in patients with advanced left ventricular failure. My expertise in addressing complex mitral valve abnormalities has gained recognition and acclaim on an international scale.

Additional Links

Minimal Invasive Aortic Heart Surgery

“Leadless” Cardiac Pacemakers

2 Implantable Devices Superior to Optimal Medical Therapy for Treating Heart Failure

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Heart Surgeon
Cardiac and thoracic surgeons specialize in treating diseases affecting the chest, lungs, esophagus, and heart. Although these surgeons have the same general training and are certified by the same board, they treat different patients. Cardiac surgeons treat heart problems, including heart disease, heart transplants, and heart failure. Thoracic surgeons treat issues of the lungs, such as lung cancer or emphysema.


  • Adult Cardiac Surgery
  • Cardiovascular Surgery
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(888) 647-1528
1500 E. Medical Center Dr. Ann Arbor, Michigan
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