Dr. Ryan Cole is a renowned cardiovascular surgeon at the Mayo Clinic. As a head of the Cardiovascular Medicine Department, Dr. Cole’s expertise in this field provides patients with cutting edge care and treatment that’s customized to their individual needs.
Dr. Cole attended medical school at the University of Virginia where he received a B.S. in chemistry and biology before going on to attend medical school at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, which is now known as the Wake Forest University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine.
Dr. Ryan Cole graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2003 with his medical degree, which he completed in five years. He then went on to complete a one-year surgical residency at the University of Minnesota Medical School and two-year cardiovascular surgery fellowship at the Mayo Clinic.
In 2012, Dr.His current position is assistant chairman of cardiovascular medicine.
Dr. Ryan Cole lives in Rochester, MN with his wife and daughters and enjoys spending time with them away from work as well as playing golf or tennis when time allows him to do so.
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Dr. Cole’s personal interests include running, weight lifting and basketball. He also enjoys spending time with his wife, family and friends.
What is Dr. Ryan Cole’s Specialty?
Dr. Cole is a renowned cardiovascular surgeon at the Mayo Clinic, and as such, he specializes in heart surgery. Dr. Cole has an impressive resume, having assisted in over 1,200 surgeries performed in the clinic and written more than 500 peer-reviewed articles on topics such as coronary artery bypass grafting, carotid artery stenosis, advanced heart failure and percutaneous coronary interventions.
Dr. Ryan Cole is a board-certified internal medicine specialist and nephrologist who has a passion for treating kidney and liver diseases.
After receiving his medical degree from the University of Connecticut, he went on to complete a sub-internship, residency and fellowship in his specialty at the Mayo Clinic. His board-certification, which he received in 2009, consists of three years of training and examination under the supervision of a board-certified nephrologist.