|Schedule An Appointment||Clinical Office Address|
|(801) 587-9348||University Hospital
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Dr. Craig Selzman is an Associate Professor of Surgery in the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at the University of Utah who specializes in the care of patients requiring heart surgery. He earned his undergraduate degree at Amherst College and medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine. He received his General and Cardiothoracic Surgery training at the University of Colorado and is Board-Certified in both fields. Dr. Selzman was on faculty at the University of North Carolna before joining the faculty at University of Utah in 2008.
Dr. Selzman is the Surgical Director of the Cardiac Mechanical Support and Heart Transplant program as well as Surgical Director of the Lung and Heart/Lung Transplant program. In addition to his role in the advanced Heart Failure and Artifiical Heart program, he specializes in complex valvular heart disease including reoperative heart surgery, adult congenital heart disease, and aortic root reconstruction. He is one of a few surgeons in the Intermountain West with significant experience with minimally invasive heart surgery for a wide variety of disease, and, in particular, mitral valve repair.
Dr. Selzman is heavily involved with clinical research related to advanced heart failure, transplantation, and ventricular assist devices. He also has an active basic science collaboration with many of our researchers here at the University of Utah. Dr. Selzman is one of a handful of cardiothoracic surgeons that runs a laboratory funded by the National Institute of Health. His research focus is related to examining mechanisms of heart recovery.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Surgery - Associate Professor
|Academic Divisions||Cardiothoracic Surgery
|Board Certification||American Board of Surgery (General Surgery)
American Board of Thoracic Surgery (Thoracic Surg)
The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to physician related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey.
Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
UofU Patient November 21, 2013
Dr.Salizman is wonderfulUofU Patient September 23, 2013
the doctor felt my medical wasn't severe enough to operate. I'm just scared that something more is going to happen with my luck to. I want to know I haven't been forgotten about.UofU Patient July 15, 2013
We are totally impressed with everyone involved in my surgery, recovery and follow up. Everyone were exceptional professionals.UofU Patient May 28, 2013
all goodUofU Patient May 13, 2013
Left with no questions. When they did arrise it was convenient to get answersUofU Patient May 09, 2013
Good experience Staff were very helpful.UofU Patient April 29, 2013
I was treated like. person. with concern and care. I am asked if I understand my condition and explained what I don't. I am explained what is happening to me. I am reassured that I am in good hands. and I feel at ease because I am being talked to and looked at.UofU Patient February 18, 2013
Very pleased with the degree of knowledge and concernUofU Patient January 07, 2013
Terri was very informative during my pre-op visit, great personality and concern. I would highly recommend anyone visiting your practice for sugical intervention to be followed by Dr. Allen. In my opinion, he is the best rounded professional on staff in his position. My family concurs that he was very informative, caring, and aware of my situation whenever he rounded on me. He has a great demeanor and followed through efficiently. I felt that any/all of my concerns were addressed and confident that he would relay them to Dr. Selzman. I didn't get the same quality of care with Dr. Kim.UofU Patient August 07, 2012
Dr. Salzman is the bestUofU Patient June 25, 2012
The UUH LVAD team is tops in my book!!!UofU Patient June 24, 2012
Outstanding care and concernsUofU Patient June 11, 2012
This was a very positive and comforting visit.UofU Patient April 25, 2012
very good.UofU Patient February 22, 2012
Good experience as bad health situations go!