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Damien M Marycz, MD
113 ratings, 11 reviews
Practice Name
Hospital Preference
WakeMed Raleigh Campus
Office Location
10010 Falls of Neuse Road
WakeMed North Hospital Physicians Office Pavilion, Suite 307
Raleigh, NC 27614
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Dr. Damien Marycz is an interventional cardiologist who treats cardiology patients for heart disease and peripheral artery and vascular diseases as well as performs interventional procedures such as coronary artery interventions and for structural heart defects.

“I became interested in cardiology during my first year as a medical student. I found the anatomy of the cardiovascular system and the physiology to be very fascinating,” said Marycz. “During my third year of medical school training in England I worked closely with the local cardiologists spending time learning and helping manage patients with cardiovascular disease, which I found to be most rewarding.”

 Dr. Marycz comes to WakeMed Heart & Vascular Physicians following completion of a two-year fellowship in coronary, peripheral and structural interventional cardiology program at the University of Kentucky. He chose to relocate to Raleigh and WakeMed because of the exceptional patient care provided by the physicians and nurses. He finds the WakeMed team to be caring, compassionate and innovative with the best cardiologists in the region.

Dr. Marycz is married to his wife Shannon and they have a young son and daughter. In his free time away from caring for patients he likes to spend time outdoors where he enjoys hiking, fly fishing and skiing.  

Care Philosophy
“I always act in the best interest of my patients; by placing myself in their shoes and asking myself ‘how would I like to be treated if I were this patient’.”
Clinical Interests
General cardiology conditions such as hypertension, hyperlipidemia, valvular heart disease, angina, palpitations, heart failure, peripheral arterial and venous disease and treatment, cardiac catheterizations and coronary artery interventions, structural heart procedures for atrial septal defect and patent foramen ovale closures, TAVR, alcohol septal ablations, and cardioMEMS implantation.
Undergraduate Degree
Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA
Medical School
American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Sint Maarteen, Netherlands Antilles

Internal Medicine Core Clinical Clerkships and Clinical Electives
- Ealing Hospital NHS, West London, United Kingdom
- The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, New York
- Providence Hospital, Southfield MI
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH
Interventional Cardiology – University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
General Cardiology – University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine – Cardiovascular Diseases
American Board of Internal Medicine - Interventional Cardiology
Star Rating

The Star Ratings score is the average score a provider receives about his or her care on our Patient Satisfaction Survey conducted by Professional Research Corporation. Learn more about our survey process. Responses are on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score. The Star Rating you see represents the average score a provider received for the past 12-month period as long as they had more than 30 ratings during that time frame.

Overall Provider Rating
4.6 out of 5
113 ratings, 11 reviews

WakeMed Patient - January 2020

always a good visit with all the staff

WakeMed Patient - January 2020

After receiving a DX of myasthenia Gravis (MG), I asked about statins, and beta blockers and MG while Re-scheduling a stress test, and through My Wake Med.I never got a call back from the office.

WakeMed Patient - January 2020

I appreciate the reminder. The reception area was clean and the people were respectful and courteous when i entered the office acknowledged me when i came in and asked me to have a seat would be with me in a minute (as they finished with the person before me.) the nurse was prompt in taking me back and taking my vitals and while the other nurse was reviewing with me my history of medical and meds. Doc was concerned about elevated bp so added a medication with explanation on how it can benefit me. We discussed my heart health

WakeMed Patient - January 2020

I left the office feeling that he was really concerned about me and how I thought I was feeling and making sure I was getting the treatment I needed.

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