Ahmad Kamme, MD, FACC
Cardiologist | Cardiovascular Disease10945 Dylan Loren Cr Orlando FL, 32825
Dr. Ahmad Kamme is a cardiologist practicing in Orlando, FL. Dr. Kamme specializes in diagnosing, monitoring, and treating diseases or conditions of the heart and blood vessels and the cardiovascular system. These conditions include heart attacks, heart murmurs, coronary heart disease, and hypertension. Dr. Kamme also practices preventative medicine, helping patients maintain a heart-healthy life.
Education and Training
University Of Damascus Faculty Of Med Damascus Syria MD
University of Damascus / Faculty of Medicine 1991
University of Damascus Faculty of Medicine 1991
American Board of Internal Medicine
Cardiovascular Disease (Internal Medicine)
American Board of Nuclear Medicine
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Chief of Cardiology Florida Hospital 2011 - 2013
- Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Cardiology Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine 2015 - 2017
- Medical Director AACC 2007 - 2010
- Stewardship Award 2011 Florida Hospital
- Balance Award 2012 Florida Hospital
- Top Cardiologist in Central Fl 2019 Orlando Family Magazine
- Top Doctor 2019 Healthgrades
- Top Cardiologist 2019 Leading Physicians of the World
- Top Cardiologist in Central Fl 2018 Orlando Family Magazine
- Top Cardiologist in Central Fl 2017 Orlando Family Magazine
- High Cholesterol
- Heart Disease
- Heart Failure
- Coronary Artery Disease (cad)
- Vascular Disease
- American College of Cardiology
- American College of Nuclear Medicine
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
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Patient Experience with Dr. Kamme
Dr. Kamme is extremely professional, thorough and has an excellent bed side manner. I have no problem getting appointments. He always spends plenty of time with me at my visits and I never feel rushed. He ensures that all of my concerns are addressed.
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