Meet the Speaker: Dr. Aderemi Soyombo, Consultant Cardiologist

Aderemi Soyombo, BSc, MD, FACC

Dr Soyombo is a Non-Invasive Cardiology Specialist. She currently works as a Consultant within the Department of Cardiovascular Services at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and is the founder of Healthy Heart Inc, on River road, St Michael; a practice dedicated to the early prevention, diagnoses and management of heart disease.

She completed her Internal Medicine training in 2006 at Cornell University/New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York. This was followed by Fellowship training in Cardiology at Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC. She started her practice at Heart and Vascular Associates in New Jersey where she was Director of the Echocardiography lab. She served as Attending Physician at St Joseph’s Regional Medical Center where she was involved in medical education, and as a Consultant at other area hospitals.

She was sponsored by the National Institute of Health to take part in community research at the Chronic Diseases Research Center under Sir Henry Fraser at the time. She followed that with an elective at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Her positive experiences drew her back to Barbados, where she returned to practice in 2017. Her interest lies in the early prevention of heart disease as well as management of heart failure.

She is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and is board certified in General Cardiology, Echocardiography, Nuclear Medicine, Cardiac CT and a licensed Registered Vascular Physician.

She is an avid fitness enthusiast and enjoys running, biking and swimming.

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