Juan Pablo Zambrano, MD, has joined the medical staff at Jackson South Community Hospital as the director of cardiology.
Dr. Zambrano is board certified in cardiology, interventional cardiology and nuclear cardiology. His interests focus on cardiac and vascular interventions, carotid and lower extremities interventions to improve circulation, as well as new devices for minimally invasive cardiac and vascular procedures.
“Dr. Zambrano has established himself in our community as a leader in cardiac and vascular care,” said Martha Garcia, RN, MBA, MSN, chief administrative officer at Jackson South Community Hospital. “We are thrilled to have him as part of the Jackson South family and to be able to offer his unparalleled expertise to Miami- Dade residents.”
Prior to his appointment at Jackson South, Dr. Zambrano was an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. He directed the vascular section of the interventional cardiology program and has trained seven generations of cardiovascular specialists. He was a part of the UM team for stem cells in cardiovascular regeneration and is one of the only two operators with experience in direct cardiac administration of stem cells in South Florida.
Dr. Zambrano received his medical degree from Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil in Ecuador and subsequently completed an externship at the University of Miami through the William J. Harrington Medical Training Programs for Latin America. He then completed his post graduate training in internal medicine, served as a chief medical resident, and completed cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowships at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center and Miami VAMedical Center.
Dr. Zambrano has authored a number of well-received abstracts, textbook chapters, and papers in his areas of expertise and lectures in medical forums nationally and internationally.