Andhra Loyola College, India. Stood 1st in Academics. 1984-1986
Rangaraya Medical College, India. 1986-1992
Internship, Government General Hospital, India. 1992-1993


6/1995 – 6/1998  Internal Medicine, SUNY-Buffalo, NY. Hospitals include Buffalo General, Erie County Medical Center and Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

7/1998 – 6/2001 Fellow in Cardiovascular Disease, University of Louisville, KY. Hospitals include Jewish Hospital, University Hospital and Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Performed over 600 Cardiac Catheterizations (R&L), IABP, TVP, over 250 TEE’s, over 400 Nuclear Perfusion Studies (Cardiolyte, Thallium, Viability, MUGA), in addition to inpatient and outpatient care and 2-D echo/stress, echo/contrast echocardiograms. Awarded “Fellow of the Year” in 1999-2000.

2000 – 2001 Chief Fellow for the year 2000-2001.
Venu G. Jasti, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.S.C.A.I.
Florida Heart Center, PA
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Fort Pierce, FL 34950


Board certified in Internal Medicine 1998 – Recertified 2009, effective through 2019, Cardiovascular diseases 2001, Nuclear Cardiology 2000, Interventional Cardiology 2003.

Fellow of American College of Cardiology (FACC)

Fellow of Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (FSCAI)

Licensed in Missouri, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois (inactive), New York (not registered) and Florida.


July 2001 – June 2002 University of Louisville, Kentucky

Clinical Instructor/Lecturer
As an invasive cardiologist, in addition to patient care in office and hospital setting supervising fellows and residents, I performed >400 cardiac catheterizations, >200 TEE’s including intraoperative and TEE guided cardioversions. Noninvasive work included nuclear perfusion imaging and 2-D echo imaging (including contrast echo and stress echo).

June 2002 – July 2003 University of Louisville, Kentucky
Fellow in Interventional Cardiology, University of Louisville, Kentucky. Hospitals include Jewish Hospital and University Hospital. Performed as primary operator about 600 coronary interventions. Trained in brachytherapy (Galileo) rotational atherectomy, TEC, Angiojet, Percusurge, IVUS, wave wire, Doppler flow wire etc. Trained in peripheral interventions (75) including renal, subclavian, iliac, femoro-popliteal etc.

July 2003 – July 2004 Saint Louis, Missouri
Employed in a single specialty group as invasive/interventional cardiologist performing coronary and peripheral interventions in addition to office based and hospital based patient care and non invasive (echo and nuclear) testing. Performed 300 cardiac catheterizations, over 150 coronary interventions and over 40 peripheral interventions.

August 2004 – November 2006 Zephyrhills/Tampa, Florida
Single specialty group (invasive/interventional and noninvasive cardiology). General and Invasive Cardiology including Nuclear Cardiology, echo, stress, TEE, coronary and peripheral angiography, carotid angiography, coronary and peripheral interventions, PCI/IVUS/Rotational atherectomy/Radiwire
Director, Cardiac catheterization Lab, Florida Hospital of Zephyrhills (2006)

January 2007 – Present Florida Heart Center, PA Fort Pierce, Florida
Single specialty group with privileges in Martin Memorial – Stuart, Saint Lucie Medical Center – Port St Lucie, Lawnwood Regional Medical Center – Fort Pierce.

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