Dr. Andrea Natale is a recognized figure in the field of electrophysiology. He has spent his medical career studying and advancing treatment and outcomes for patients with cardiac complications. Natale’s career in cardiac electrophysiology started at Duke University, where he served in the Department of Cardiology as the Director of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratories. He also worked for the Cleveland Clinic Centre for Atrial Fibrillation as the Section Department of Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology and Medical Director. During his ten-year tenure in Cleveland, he was honored with several medical awards, including The Cleveland Clinics Heart-Brain Institute Research Award and the Innovator of the Year award. Additionally, he was distinguished as one of Cleveland’s Top Doctors and Northern Ohio’s Best Doctors.
In 2006, Natale was appointed to an Atrial Fibrillation task force by the United States Food and Drug Administration. He got recognition as one of the Best Doctors in America in 2013 and 2014. After his work in Ohio, Andrea Natale served as the Director of the Arrhythmia Center at California Medical Center. Andrea continued with the treatment development and advancement in Atrial Fibrillation. In 2012, he became the Director of interventional electrophysiology of the Scripps Clinic in La Jolla. Later on, he got a seat at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Medical Center as the Executive Director of AL Sabah Arrhythmia Institute.
Besides his success as a cardiac electrophysiologist and cardiologist, he also served as a faculty member of various prestigious medical schools. He shared his expertise and experience with many students. These include Duke University, Stanford University, and Case Western University. He has written many books, authored, co-authored, and edited numerous recognized medical journal articles on cardiac and electrophysiology. Thanks to his enviable reputation as an innovator, patient advocate, and excellent physician, Dr. Natale has spoken in hundreds of symposiums and conferences as an invited speaker.
Andrea Natale is also the creator of EPLive, hosted by the Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute in Austin, Texas. The program brings together experts in electrophysiology worldwide to interact live and observe live cases carried out in the institutes’ laboratory.