Welcoming Dr. Daniel Nguyen

Dr. Nguyen is a board certified cardiac electrophysiologist and cardiologist who specializes in the treatment of heart rhythm disorders.

He was raised in Florida and received his undergraduate and medical degrees as part of the prestigious 7 year combined Medical Honors Program at the University of Florida. He completed his internal medicine training at the University of Pittsburgh before moving to Baltimore where he completed his cardiovascular medicine and clinical cardiac electrophysiology fellowships at the University of Maryland. With his advanced training, Dr. Nguyen specializes in the management of all aspects of heart rhythm issues and performs all ablations and implants cardiac devices, particularly pacemakers and defibrillators.

Dr. Nguyen believes in patient advocacy and working with patients to provide the highest quality of care and optimal outcome. When not at work he enjoys spending time with his family and staying active in the Florida sunshine. 

Dr. Nguyen will begin seeing patients at all 4 office locations starting in September 2022. 

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