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Dr. Bernard Ashby

SpecialityCardiologist, Entrepreneur, and Humanitarian
BiographyDr. Bernard Ashby was born and raised in South Florida. He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology, vascular medicine, vascular interpretation, and nuclear cardiology. He was appointed clinical professor of medicine at Columbia University and served as the director of vascular cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center prior to opening Comprehensive Vascular Care. Currently, Dr. Ashby is an Associate Professor at Florida International University and makes frequent media appearances on local, national, and international media outlets as a medical expert and health policy analyst. College: Florida State University Medical School: Cornell University Medical College Health Policy: Princeton University Residency: Columbia University Medical Center Cardiology: George Washington University Hospital (Chief Fellow) Vascular Medicine: Johns Hopkins University Dr. Ashby attended medical school at Cornell University in New York and studied health policy at Princeton University in New Jersey. He completed his internship and residency at Columbia University Medical Center in New York. He completed his cardiology training at George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, DC, where he was named chief fellow. Dr. Ashby also completed a postdoctoral clinical and research fellowship in vascular medicine at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He started his career as an academic vascular cardiologist at Mount Sinai Medical Center and professor of Medicine at Columbia University. Dr. Ashby now owns AshbyMDSolutions an independent consulting company that also owns and operates medical facilities and physician practices. He also serves as co-owner and medical director of Qualis Diagnostics a vascular imaging company.

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