Kayvan Amini, DO
Kayvan Amini D.O., FACC has been a leader involved in the private sector, research, hospital, and academic arenas of healthcare extensively. His passion for making a difference in Healthcare has led to numerous achievements and recognitions. Dr. Amini is the President and CEO of South Florida Cardiology Consultants, along with Heart Management Inc. He has also served as managing partner and founder of Elite Cardiology LLC multi practice organization. He is the current President of Broward County Osteopathic Medical Association, Board of Trustees Member of Florida Osteopathic Medical Association, while serving on the Board of Directors of Broward Medical Association.
Dr. Kayvan Amini has trained at prestigious institutions including Mount Sinai School of Medicine, University of Southern California, and Mount Sinai Medical Center while possessing board certifications in Cardiovascular Disease. Dr. Amini has also served as teaching faculty at Nova Southeastern KP College of Osteopathic Medicine as he continues to educate and lecture in the medical arena.
Along with the many other accolades, Dr. Amini has been involved in medical research as primary investigator and served as Clinical Trial Manager for significant national clinical research studies by the National Institutes of Health. He has received prestigious appointments including Fellow of American College of Cardiology, Memorial Health System Executive Committee while serving on multiple committees. He has advanced training and licensure in non- invasive cardiac diagnostic testing including echocardiography, vascular medicine, cardiac nuclear medicine, critical care, preventative medicine, and heart failure.
His passion for making a difference in healthcare has led to numerous achievements and recognitions including Top Doctor, Best Cardiologist in Pembroke Pines, patient awards, MHS awards, and third party consumer recognition awards. He actively lectures at state level and local medical conferences and discusses while educating the public on healthcare and medicine, on the weekly I-Heart Radio broadcast, “Mission Possible”, along with "Life Changers".