Richard P. Konstance, MD, MBA, FACC, FSCAI, RPVI
Dr. Konstance is a Philadelphia native and completed his undergraduate work at the Penn State University. He received his medical degree from MCP Hahnemann University. He completed all of his post-graduate medical training at Duke University in Durham, NC. This training included internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology with an emphasis on peripheral vascular disease. Additionally, Dr. Konstance holds an MBA from Duke University Fuqua School of Business.
Dr. Konstance holds board certifications in interventional cardiology, cardiovascular disease, nuclear cardiology and internal medicine. He is also a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI). His clinical interests include transradial cardiac catheterization and interventions, peripheral vascular medicine and interventions. In addition to his full time practice with Heart of Virginia Cardiology in Roanoke, Dr. Konstance remains on faculty at Duke University as an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine. He formerly practiced in State College, PA and was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Dr. Konstance initiated the endovascular lab at Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College, PA as well as co-initiating their percutaneous intervention program (PCI).
Terrence P. May, MD, FACC
Dr. May is a native of New Jersey and received his medical degree from Rutgers University School of Medicine. He completed all of his post graduate training at Emory University. This training included internal medicine, a fellowship in cardiovascular disease and a fellowship in electrophysiology. Dr. May is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology and electrophysiology. Dr. May has been practicing in Roanoke since 1995.
Dr. May's practice focus is electrophysiology. This is the evaluation and treatment of heart rhythm disorders. Dr. May performs electrophysiology studies which record the electrical activity and the electrical pathways of the heart. He can determine the cause of the heart rhythm disturbance and then treat the rhythm abnormality. Dr. May implant pacemakers or ICD's. An ICD is an implantable cardioverter/defibrillator. Dr. May also performs ablation procedures.
Heart of Virginia Cardiology has a device clinic that will monitor and manage all aspects of pacemaker or ICD care once the device is implanted.
Dr. May was the 2004-2005 recipient of an award from UVA titled: Private Subspecialty Attending of the Year @ CRMH.
Dr. May was named in The Roanoker August 2009 edition as a "Top Doc" in cardiology.
Alan E. McLuckie, MD, FACC
Dr. McLuckie received his medical degree from Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine. He completed his internal medicine residency and his fellowship in cardiovascular disease at the National Naval Medical Center. Dr. McLuckie completed a fellowship in interventional cardiology at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Dr. McLuckie was on active duty with the US Navy until 2002. While on active duty, he was stationed at the National Naval Medical Center and served as the Chief of Cardiology and Director of Interventional Cardiology as well as the Director of Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories.
Dr. McLuckie completed his military commitment in 2002 and has been in private practice in the Roanoke valley since then.
Dr. McLuckie holds board certifications in interventional cardiology, cardiovascular disease and internal medicine. He performs an average of 1500 cardiac catheterizations per year.