Ki Park, M.D.

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Biography

Ki Park, MD, is a clinical assistant professor of medicine in interventional cardiology. In addition to her professorship role, she is the director of women’s cardiovascular health at UF Health.

Dr. Park received a bachelor’s degree in microbiology at the University of Florida. She also completed her internal medicine residency, general cardiology fellowship and interventional cardiology fellowship at the University of Florida College of Medicine. During her fellowship training, she also completed a Cardiovascular Cell Therapy Research Network Fellowship and earned a master of science in translational science through the APPCI program. In 2010, she received the UF Department of Medicine’s Excellence in Research Award as well as the American Heart Association’s Women in Cardiology Trainee Award for Excellence.

Dr. Park partners with other UF Health cardiologists to create a dedicated team for targeted cardiovascular women’s care in Gainesville and throughout Florida. She has a number of research studies focused on women-specific cardiology care to help offer the latest technologies and research to her patients.

Education

Fellowship - Cardiovascular Medicine
University of Florida
2010

Master of Science - Translational Science
University of Florida
2009-2011

Research Fellowship - Cardiovascular Medicine
University of Florida
2009-2010

Residency - Internal Medicine
University of Florida
2006-2009

Medical Degree
University of Florida
2002-2006

Board Certification

  • Cardiovascular Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine

Honors and Awards

Exemplary Teacher Award
College of Medicine
2019

University of Florida
Department of Medicine
2010

Women in Cardiology Trainee Award
American Heart Association
2010