Ramesh Emani, MD, is a board-certified physician with The Christ Hospital Physicians – Heart & Vascular. He specializes in interventional cardiology, advanced heart failure, and cardiac transplant.
Dr. Emani’s approach to care is driven by a commitment to creating personal relationships with his patients, working to piece together the puzzle of their respective health history, and a desire to redefine healthcare delivery and find new ways to improve treatment options through research.
His passion and dedication for research have pushed him to continuously deliver leading-edge cardiac care and improve the health of his patients. He was the first physician in the U.S. to utilize two different innovative catheter-based technologies in the treatment of heart failure patients.
However, the relationship with his patients and their families is the foundation of Dr. Emani’s care philosophy. “Improving your health can be a long, dedicated journey,” he says. “Your healthcare team becomes a part of your family throughout that journey, and together we are a singular team working toward the goal of improving your health.”
Dr. Emani earned a Bachelor of Science with distinction in biomedical engineering and a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from Duke University and his Medical Degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine, where he received the Louis H. Mendelson Award in Cardiology. He completed a residency in internal medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University, and fellowships in cardiology, advanced heart failure and cardiac transplant, and interventional cardiology from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. He holds certifications in advanced heart failure-transplant cardiology and interventional cardiology from the American Board of Internal Medicine.
In his free time, Dr. Emani enjoys travelling with his wife, especially to new countries where they can explore unique customs and cultures. They also enjoy outdoor activities with their children. Dr. Emani is also an avid college basketball fan, especially during the NCAA tournament.