Alex Parker, MD

Alex M Parker, MD

(352) 265-0751

Biography

Alex Parker, M.D., is an assistant professor at the University of Florida and works in the division of cardiovascular medicine. He graduated from Florida State University before moving to the University of Virginia, where he completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiovascular medicine, while serving as chief fellow of cardiology. He then completed a fellowship in advanced heart failure and transplant before returning to Florida to practice.

Dr. Parker has conducted research in post-resuscitative care for survivors of cardiac arrest, hemodynamic responses to acute heart failure, and heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. He has contributed to peer-reviewed publications on a variety of different studies pertaining to cardiology. His recent projects include research into changes in plasma in heart failure, hemodynamic abnormalities in pulmonary hypertension, and quality improvement of inpatient diuretic and immunosuppression documentation in the electronic medical record.

Education

Fellowship
University of Virginia
2018-2019

Fellowship
University of Virginia
2015-2018

Residency
University of Virginia
2012-2015

Medical School
Florida State University
2008-2012

Board Certification

  • Cardiology - American Board of Medicine
  • Internal Medicine - American Board of Medicine
  • Nuclear Cardiology - Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology

Honors and Awards

Dean's Award
Florida State University
2010