Hello! My name is Dr. Eric Roselli and I am a heart surgeon having graduated from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine - Chicago, Illinois in 1997. To date, I have performed approximately 1,068 (average 251/year; through 2009 since at Cleveland Clinic) cardiac surgeries, of which 463 (average 109/year; through 2009 since at Cleveland Clinic) involved heart valve procedures. I perform surgery at hospitals including Cleveland Clinic.
"At 44, I was diagnosed with bicuspid aortic valve with severe stenosis and regurgitation. Dr. Eric Roselli guided me through the options and helped me make the best decision. The results of the procedure were outstanding. I couldn't believe that I was able to get out of the bed next day after the surgery. I rarely had to use the pain medication. The recovery was fast and I was able to return to my daily routine sooner than I thought I would. I highly recommend Dr. Roselli, especially for those that are looking for a minimally invasive procedure."
"Dr. Eric Roselli has that rare combination of a warm personal style and superb surgical ability. He is not impatient with the many questions that all of us had prior to and after surgery. I have had an excellent outcome following my aortic valve replacement and I urge anyone needing heart surgery to give Dr. Roselli and his Cleveland Clinic team very serious consideration."
"I thought Dr. Eric Roselli was great. He was humble, patient, and he had an appropriately good sense of humor. He was a second opinion for me and he told me he could repair my valve, rather than replace it. My very well-known original surgeon did not even let me know that a repair was a possibility. I am thrilled I went with Dr. Roselli. Most importantly, the work he did was perfect. My incision was only about 4" long, the repair was (knock wood!) a complete success, and I was back to work in four weeks. I have complete confidence in him and the work he did. Also, The Cleveland Clinic is an amazing place. Anyone who is faced with cardiac surgery should do themselves a favor and at least consult there."
"Dr. Roselli was awesome. I was able to work the first week back from the hospital. I was in the gym doing cardio workouts during the second week back. Now, I'm just waiting for my sternum to heal so I can go full out. Great job, very knowledgeable. I would not go anywhere else."
"Dr. Roselli performed a complicated repeat Aortic valve replacement after my first surgeon in Michigan did a poor job. My advice. Go to Cleveland Clinic for heart surgery. They do it right the first time!! They have a group of super surgeons at a great hospital."
"Met Dr Roselli about one week before surgery and once during the recovery period, then six months after surgery. He is a young man that is very confident in his abilities and is willing to answer any question at any time. The results of my surgery were outstanding, with 5 days of hospital stay at the Cleveland Clinic and recovery at home. While the first week was difficult the rest of the time until today has been nothing short of fantastic. His surgery was minimally invasive, replacing the Aortic Valve (severe stenosis) with a bovine valve and replacing the ascending aorta with a dacron tube due to a weak and distended section. While recovery was slow at start, today September 19th I do 100% of all the things I did before and more. I no longer have dizzy spells, or near fainting, but am able to lift and work at high levels of effort. My scar is barely visible and getting my daily dose of sun to replenish my Vitamin D is another benefit I enjoy now that I did not before surgery. Dr Roselli is quietly reserved but a fantastic surgeon and I would HIGHLY recommend him and the Clinic. I live in Cleveland so it was an easy decision for me, besides he was a reviewing contributor to Adams book and that is how I got his name and then did my research. Finally, I had no need for rehabilitation due to my long time use to taking high quality, pharmaceutical grade vitamins and 10 treatments of Chelation Therapy before surgery, I just went home and healed quickly. God Does Bless. I am now 69 and feel like a forty year old quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings."
"Dr. Roselli is a delightful and bright young man who I alas may have to see again. I was born with a bi-cuspid rather than a tri-cuspid aortic valve and just plan fatigue and weakness sent me to my general practitioner who phoned a cardiologist and soon I was in Cleveland. Doctor Roselli is very verbal he is able to really explain what is happening. He makes you feel cared about and that coupled with his skills make him a treasure."
My cardiac specialties include:
- Aortic and Mitral Valve Repair
- Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery
- High Risk Valve Surgery
Relative to heart valve surgery, I have the following clinical interests:
- Least Invasive and Transcatheter Valve Procedures
- High Risk and Redo Valve Surgery
- Aortic Aneurysms and Dissection Associated with Valve Disease (Bicupsid Aortic Valves)
"I believe my greatest strength as a heart surgeon is my broad training and experience in both complex open and catheter based therapies allows me to provide my patients the most comprehensive approach to their heart disease and their entire cardiovascular system. And, I truly care about my patients and their families. "
Dr. Eric Roselli, heart surgeon, graduated from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine - Chicago, Illinois in 1997.
I have relationships with several insurance providers including:
- We accept most health insurance.
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