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Cardiovascular Care – Palm Beach Health Network Physician Group

Oral Waldo, MD, FACC

We are proud to spotlight chamber member Oral Waldo, MD, FACC of Oral Waldo, MD, FACC.
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Oral Waldo, MD, FACC, is known throughout Palm Beach and Broward counties, and neighboring communities as an empathetic and compassionate board-certified cardiologist, fellowship-trained in cardiovascular diseases. His strong work ethic, motivation and medical knowledge led Dr. Waldo to complete his fellowship from the distinguished Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education (Mayo Clinic). Dr. Oral Waldo also completed an internal medicine residency from the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education. He graduated medical school from the Howard University College of Medicine located in Washington D.C. Dr. Waldo was born in Jamaica and came to U.S. at age 18, and attended Florida Atlantic University where he completed his undergraduate studies.   Dr. Waldo is currently a cardiologist at Cardiovascular Care – Palm Beach Health Network Physician Group with offices in West Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. He is on-staff at both Good Samaritan Medical Center and Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center.
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Dr. Waldo opened his cardiology practice in West Palm Beach and has since opened a second office in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. As a cardiologist, Dr. Waldo specializes in adult cardiology seeing patients 16-years and up. Dr. Waldo is certified in Cardiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Prior to joining Cardiovascular Care – Palm Beach Health Network Physician Group and Tenet Healthcare hospitals, Dr. Waldo worked as a cardiologist at the Heart and Family Health Institute, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) located in Port St. Lucie and prior to then, an HCA facility in Margate, FL. Dr. Waldo has been practicing medicine since 2011.

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Dr. Waldo has a complete cardiology practice focusing on pre-evaluations with stress testing including echocardiography and transesophageal echocardiogram, electrocardiogram, management and treatment of abnormal heart rhythms including atrial fibrillation, Holter heart rhythm monitoring, heart attack treatment, high cholesterol management, hypertension, preventive medicine, congestive heart failure and valvular heart disease. In addition, Dr. Waldo has a special interest in the management and treatment of chest pain.

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

“I chose cardiovascular medicine because my mother had a heart condition that was difficult to treat. I was very curious in how the heart works.”

During his residency and fellowship, Dr. Waldo presented his cardiology findings nationally at medical association meetings and had his cardiovascular disease research published in peer-reviewed articles. Dr. Waldo is a member of the American Society of Echocardiography, American College of Cardiology, American College of Physicians and American Heart Association.

Why are you a member of the Black Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County?

I was drawn to the Black Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County because it is a reputable group of community leaders likeminded in the positive involvement of their local community. I look forward to the networking opportunities advocacy, support and community involvement opportunities. I’m also a member of the T. Leroy Jefferson Medical Society. The legacy of care Dr. T. Leroy Jefferson left in Palm Beach County drew me to organizations like this along with the dedication to improving health, wellness, as well as access to quality care and outreach to our underserved populations. In addition, the Chamber has provided me opportunities to learn new skills and engage in the business community,” says Dr. Waldo.

“It is great to meet many other black healthcare providers who are passionate about the science of healing and reducing the healthcare disparities in our community.”