Dr. Cary Rose joined the First Coast Cardiovascular team in November of 2018, bringing with him extensive expertise in electrophysiology.
Dr. Rose attended medical school at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He continued to Emory University School of Medicine for his residency. He followed residency with a cardiology fellowship at New York University/North Shore University Hospital. Finally, Dr. Rose completed a fellowship in electrophysiology at Drexel University/Hahnemann University Hospital. Prior to joining FCCI, Dr. Rose held various positions across Minnesota, Iowa, and Texas.
When it comes to patient care, Dr. Rose believes in taking a patient-centered approach. “Our focus is to make our patients feel better about their heart health and show them that there is always hope,” Dr. Rose says.
Dr. Rose is passionate about women’s health. He was a frequent correspondent for “The Red Dress for Women” event held by the American Heart Association. He frequently lectures about the subject with the goal of empowering women to take charge of their heart health.
Outside of work, Dr. Rose enjoys spending time his kids. He loves being near the water. Dr. Rose has family in Florida and is excited to make the first coast his new home.
Board certification: American Board of Internal Medicine