Dr. Daniel Alyesh is an electrophysiologist at South Denver Cardiology Associates who specializes in performing complex ablations for heart rhythm disorders. Dr. Alyesh was mentored by pioneers in the field of electrophysiology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He grew up in San Diego, where he studied chemistry at the University of California San Diego and graduated with the highest distinction. He attended medical school at Georgetown University, during which time he was a Hammerman and J.T. Tai scholar. Dr. Alyesh then completed his residency in internal medicine at Georgetown University Hospital, where he served as chief resident and received the Allen Goody and J.I. Cherner awards for peer mentorship, scholarship, and clinical research. He underwent specialty training in both cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology at the University of Michigan and served as a chief fellow.
Dr. Alyesh has authored numerous peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts and book chapters, with his work appearing in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, the European Heart Journal, Circulation: Quality and Outcomes, and the American Journal of Medicine, amongst many others. He has presented at national meetings and has served in leadership positions for the American College of Cardiology (ACC). He was a guest editor for the ACC’s Cardiosmart atrial fibrillation section. Dr. Alyesh is dedicated to improving healthcare with patients as partners and has completed rigorous training in quality improvement at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Boston. He is board certified in cardiology and internal medicine and is board certified in cardiac electrophysiology.
Outside of work he enjoys outdoor activities, cooking, playing music and spending time with his wife, son, and dog in their new home of Colorado.