Amanda Ryan, DO, is an interventional cardiologist who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of atherosclerosis. She has a particular interest in women’s cardiovascular health. Dr. Ryan started her education at a private liberal arts college in Naperville, IL – North Central College graduating in 1998. She received her doctor of osteopathic medicine degree in 2003 at Kansas City University of BioMedical Sciences in Kansas City, MO. Dr. Ryan then completed her internal medicine residency and served as chief medicine resident at St.Louis University Hospital in St.Louis, MO. Her cardiology and interventional cardiology training were completed at Largo Medical Center through Nova Southeastern Medical School in Fort Lauderdale, FL in 2011.
Dr. Ryan is originally from central Illinois, having grown up in a small farming community. Her career goals have always included bringing top quality, cutting edge cardiovascular care to people in a small town. Heart Care Centers of Florida in Titusville provided the perfect opportunity for Dr. Ryan to fulfill these goals. Her skill set includes cardiac and peripheral interventional procedures. She and her husband, Josh, relocated from Largo, FL to Titusville and are enjoying their new practice, home, and community. Dr. Ryan sees patients in Titusville and Rockledge.