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Mission Statement

Structural Heart Clinic

Welcome to The Iowa Clinic Structural Heart Clinic at UnityPoint. We are dedicated to providing high-quality care to evaluate your heart valve needs and whether you may need surgery or a minimally invasive intervention.

Schedule Online 515.875.9090

The Iowa Clinic Structural Heart Clinic at UnityPoint bring our experts in Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery together to seamlessly coordinate the evaluation and treatment of your heart valve concern.

During your appointments at the Structural Heart Clinic, you will meet with your team, consisting of a cardiologist, cardiothoracic surgeon and a Structural Heart Clinic Coordinator. This collaborative approach allows the team to establish an individualized treatment plan specific to you and your circumstances. In some cases, this may include:

Contact Us

For more information or to refer to the Structural Heart Clinic, please contact our Structural Heart Clinic Coordinators Allyson Glaser, RN and Jessica McLeran, RN-BC, BSN by calling 515.875.9090.


Meet our Structural Heart Clinic Doctors

Dr. Musab Alqasrawi

Musab Alqasrawi, MD

Dr. Robert Gallegos

Robert Gallegos, MD, PhD
Cardiothoracic Surgery

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Luke Groben, MD

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A. Nasser Khan, MD, FACC, FSCAI, FRCP

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Ian Koch, DO
Medical Imaging & Radiology

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Christopher Komanapalli, MD, FACS, FACC
Cardiothoracic Surgery

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James Lovell, DO, FACC

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Joshua Rosebrook, MD
Medical Imaging & Radiology

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Brian Rundall, DO
Cardiothoracic Surgery

Patient Success StoryTAVR Patient

With The Iowa Clinic's help, Shirley Stevens avoided a second open heart surgery and opted instead for a Transcatheter aortic valve replacement, or TAVR, a minimally invasive surgery that replaces a heart valve by inserting a catheter through the groin. 


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