• Maria Viqar-Syed, MD

Maria Viqar-Syed, MD

Cardiac Electrophysiology

Cardiovascular Disease

Internal Medicine



A person’s heart rhythm is a reflection of his or her overall health status. While most of us have a normal heart rhythm, some people develop irregular rhythms. The effects can be life-threatening, life-altering or simply uncomfortable.

I have designed my practice as an integrated approach to the management of heart-rhythm disturbances, by focusing on treatment options that are tailored to each patient’s medical history and therapeutic goals.

  • Suite 200

    22060 Beech Street
    Dearborn, MI 48124
    313.228.0506 - fax

    Building 2

    19725 Allen Road
    Brownstown, MI 48183
    734.479.4775 - fax

    Oakwood Medical Building - Southshore

    5400 Fort Street, Suite 100
    Trenton, MI 48183
    313.228.0506 - fax

    Board Certification

    American Board of Internal Medicine
    American Board of Internal Medicine (Cardiovascular Disease)

    Medical Education

    King Edward Medical College


    St. John Hospital and Medical Center - Internal Medicine


    St. John Hospital and Medical Center - Internal Medicine


    Mayo Clinic - Cardiac Electrophysiology

    Clinical Interests

    My clinical interests include the treatment of all types of atrial and ventricular abnormal rhythms, using medication, cardiac implantable electronic device or radiofrequency catheter ablation. I have received extensive training at the renowned Mayo Clinic for the treatment of complex cardiac electrophysiological disorders.

    Hospital Affiliations

    Oakwood Hospital - Dearborn
    Oakwood Hospital - Southshore
    Oakwood Hospital - Taylor
    Oakwood Hospital - Wayne



    Office Policies

    Payments, including co-pays, co-insurances, deductibles and self-pay, are expected at time of service. For your convenience, cash, checks and credit/debit cards are accepted.

    What To Expect

    You will be welcomed by a friendly office staff, who will complete your registration. To assist in providing safe and comprehensive healthcare, please bring a list of all your medications and any reports that you would like to share. We will review this information together and build a healthcare plan specific to your needs. During each appointment, I encourage conversation and will do my best to answer all of your questions.

    Winter Heart Health

    According to the AARP, the number of heart attacks during the winter months is up to 53% higher than in the summer – but not always for the reasons you might think. For more about protecting your heart health during the winter, Dr. Maria Viqar-Syed, an Oakwood-affiliated electrophysiologist and cardiovascular disease specialist with offices in Dearborn, joins us.

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    Winter Heart Health 01-19-2014