About Dr. Velusamy
Muthu Velusamy, MD, FACC, ABVM, is the cardiovascular disease specialist at Cardiovascular Institute of America, which has two offices in Tampa and Lutz, Florida. He is board-certified in cardiovascular diseases, cardiology, and vascular medicine. Dr. Velusamy is a detail-oriented physician who takes a patient-centered approach to care.
After earning his Doctor of Medicine at Stanley Medical College in Chennai (formerly Madras), India, Dr. Velusamy completed postgraduate medical training in general medicine at the National Health Services Hospital in the United Kingdom. He then relocated to the United States and completed his residency in internal medicine and his fellowship program in cardiovascular disease at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. To further his skill set, Dr. Velusamy completed a nuclear cardiology fellowship at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut, and then an interventional cardiology fellowship at the University of Connecticut in Mansfield, Connecticut.
Dedicated to learning and providing the best possible care, Dr. Velusamy also completed a mini vascular fellowship at the Prairie Heart Institute in Springfield, Illinois, and a clinical preceptorship at the Rane Center for Venous and Lymphatic Disease in Jackson, Mississippi.
Dr. Velusamy is a fellow of the American College of Cardiologists and a Vascular Diplomate of the American Board of Vascular Medicine. He is also a member of the Royal College of Physicians of England-MRCP (UK) and Ireland (MRCPI).
For Dr. Velusamy, nothing is more rewarding than connecting and interacting with his patients and helping them achieve better cardiovascular health and overall wellness.