Sri Sundaram, M.D.


Dr. Sri Sundaram came to the South Denver Heart Center team from Kentucky. He received his BA in Art History from Washington University in St. Louis in 1992. He then attended the University of Kentucky, where he received his medical degree. While in medical school, he was awarded a full scholarship and received magna cum laude designation at graduation. He then continued his education at Northwestern University in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, and Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP).

Dr. Sundaram was recognized with the Heart Rhythm Society’s 2005 Clinical Young Investigator of the Year, an international honor presented to the top EP researcher worldwide. He joined South Denver Cardiology in 2006. Dr. Sundaram was elected as Fellow by the Heart Rhythm Society in 2010, the 5th in the state of Colorado.  Dr. Sundaram was among the elite to be awarded by 5280 magazines “Top Doc” in Colorado for 2012, 2013, 2016, 2019. He was also Porter Hospital’s Physician of the Year in 2018. Dr. Sundaram’s primary interest is the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation, including the newest ablation technology. In the fall of 2016, Dr. Sundaram performed the 1st atrial fibrillation ablation without radiation in the state of Colorado and teaches other cardiologists how to perform this procedure around the world.  He has now personally performed over 3000 atrial fibrillation ablations. In addition, he performed the 1st single chamber and dual chamber leadless pacemakers in the Rocky Mountains, the 2nd Left Atrial Appendage closure device in the US, the 1st Cardioneural ablation in the Mountain West, is involved with latest ablation technology and pioneered multiple new cardiac procedures.

Dr. Sundaram currently serves as the Advent Health Rocky Mountain EP Director.  He previously was the Colorado chair of Cardiac Electrophysiology for Centura and National Chair of Cardiac Electrophysiology for Common Spirit Health, the 3rd largest health system in the US. He authors multiple scientific papers every year, written multiple book chapters and speaks at cardiology conferences throughout the world.

Dr. Sundaram is joined in Denver by his wife, son, and daughter. He was named Little League Coach of the Year in 1994 and has competed in two marathons. He leads an annual medical mission to help the sick and poor in 3rd world countries and was awarded the Heart Rhythm Society’s Humanitarian of the Year award in 2020 for his medical mission work.

Learn more about Dr. Sundaram’s specialty and the procedures he performs.