(L.A.) Medical Doctor Shahriar Heydari, 58, Died The Day After Thanksgiving ๐Ÿง

Los Angeles County is reporting the death of a 58-year-old male of “Middle Eastern” ethnicity at a residence.

The Coroner’s office has identified the man as Shahriar Heydari.

A search online reveals Heydari is a medical doctor of Persian descent. He was originally from Tehran, Iran.

Doctor Heydari has died

Doctor Heydari posted on Facebook that he started working as an internist at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in L.A. in the year 2020. He received certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Education Credentials:

Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Internal Medicine Residency
2001 – 2004

Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons
Research Fellowship on Diabetes
2000 – 2001

Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Postdoctoral Research Associate on Diabetes
1998 – 2000

Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
Doctor of Medicine – MD
1983 – 1990

A medical examination has been scheduled for the body of the deceased. Manner and cause of death will be released after investigation.

RIP SHAHRIAR HEYDARI (May 6, 1964 – November 25, 2022)

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On New Year’s Day, the “Gastro Doc” Saleem A. Desai of Northridge Hospital Medical Center passed away unexpectedly. The L.A. County coroner’s office does not have information on his death. He was 53.

In May, another doctor affiliated with Cedars Sinai, Jay M. Goldberg, died from a heart attack while out riding his bike inside Will Rogers State Park. The coroner lists his primary cause of death as myocardial infarction(s) and a secondary cause as coronary artery atherosclerosis. He was 53.

In July, two Toronto-connected medical doctors of Iranian descent died of cardiac events. Dr. Baharan Behzadi was 43 when she died in her sleep. Dr. Shariar Jalali Mazlouman was 44 when he died while swimming in a community pool.

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