Rex Liu, M.D.
Rex Chunlin Liu, M.D.
American Board of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease
American Board of Internal Medicine, Interventional Cardiology
Diplomat, Board of Nuclear Cardiology
Raised in Southern California, Rex Liu, M.D., moved to Dallas, Texas where he attended Southern Methodist University, In 1994 Dr. Liu graduated with honors while receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music. He then attended Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana where he not only received his general medical training but also graduated with a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine degree. Dr. Liu then completed his residency at Louisiana State University Medical Center in 2003. Upon completion he moved to Phoenix, Arizona where he held a fellowship for General Cardiology at Banner Good Samaritan Hospital followed by additional fellowship training in the field of Interventional Cardiology.
While completing his Residency at LSU, Dr. Liu was named Chief Resident of the combined Internal Medicine Emergency Medicine program and was named Chief Fellow during his cardiology training. During his training, Dr. Liu practiced at many medical centers and hospitals within Louisiana. Upon moving to Arizona to complete his fellowship, Dr, Liu also served as a House Physician with Kindred Hospital in 2003. After 4 years he then joined Comprehensive Cardiovascular Specialists (CCS) in 2007. Dr. Liu’s specialist training has allowed him to practice Interventional Cardiology with an emphasis on peripheral vascular disease and adult congenital heart disease. Aside from practicing medicine, Dr. Liu once was a touring solo concert violinist. He has traveled through Europe, Taiwan, and the United States sharing his music with others. Dr. Liu and Mrs. Liu enjoy relaxing with a round of golf and the occasional fishing trip.