Dr. Brian Kelly, DO, FACC

Dr. Brian Kelly joined CVI in July 2008 and has been practicing in Central Florida since 1990. He specializes in invasive cardiology, nuclear cardiology and cardiac echocardiography.

A graduate from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kelly completed his residency at J. F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital and his internship at Cooper University Medical Center. Dr. Kelly also holds a fellowship at Cooper University Medical Center hospital. His extensive experience and reputation in the Central Florida area have made Dr Kelly an excellent addition to the CVI team.

Dr. Kelly is also a cardiologist for the University of Central Florida athletes and was a consultant to the Orlando Magic basketball team between 2009-2012. He maintains privileges at Florida Hospital Orlando where he continues to hold a non-invasive co-director position.

 

Specialized Training

Trained in all areas of invasive and non-invasive cardiology including:

  • Cardiac catheterization by Sone’s and Judkin’s Techniques
  • Swan-Ganz catheterization
  • Temporary and permanent pacemaker insertion
  • Right heart catheterization for pulmonary artery hypertension
  • Percutaneous insertion of intra-aortic balloon
  • M-Mode, 2-D, and Doppler echocardiography, color flow imaging
  • Stress echocardiography
  • Exercise stress testing
  • Special interventional cardiology training including:
  • PTCA in acute myocardial infarction
  • PTCA including complex multivessle and multilesion
  • Holter monitoring
  • EKG
  • Nuclear imaging techniques
  • Assisted angioplasty and valvuloplasty using percutaneous femoral cardiopulmonary bypass
  • Peripheral vascular interventions using balloon angioplasty
  • Directional atherectomy of coronary and peripheral arteries
  • Trained to perform stent placement
  • MDIN Level I & II Cardiac CTA Course, 2006
  • Consultative critical care cardiology

Dr Kelly has participated as sub investigator in multiple research studies. He also has teaching responsibilities at Nova Southeastern University as a Clinical Assistant Professor and University of Central Florida College of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine.