Dr. Carmine Oddis, MD, Ph.D
American Board of Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine & Electrophysiology.
Emory University (1999-2002)
Temple University School of Medicine (1999)
Ph.D in Pathology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (1996)
Bachelor of Science (1991) University of Pittsburgh
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA
Dr. Oddis is one of the most sought-after and respected electrophysiology doctors in the area, combining compassion and strong bedside manner with exceptional clinical knowledge and superior patient satisfaction. The “basic scientist” of the group, he has earned a Ph.D in pathology and has completed fellowships in both cardiology and electrophysiology, the study of the electrical system of the heart. He implants defibrillators and pacemakers to treat abnormal rhythms and palpitations or to help pace the heart if the rhythm is too slow. His interests lay in the research of defibrillators.