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Dr. Edmund Bermudez, MD

Dr. Edmund Bermudez, MD

Age 51 Cardiology M
(18) 18 reviews

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Dr. Edmund Bermudez, MD is a cardiology specialist in Venice, FL. Dr. Bermudez completed a residency at Mayo Clinic Rochester. He currently practices at Regional Cardiac & Vascular Associates and is affiliated with Sarasota Memorial Hospital. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Bermudez is board certified in Cardiovascular Disease.


  1. Regional Cardiac & Vascular Associates

    1. 1
      Regional Cardiac & Vascular Associates
      600 Nokomis Ave S Ste 203, Venice, FL 34285 Existing Patients: (941) 486-6979


  • Borgess Heart Institute, Fellowship Hospital — 2007
  • Massachusetts Gen Hospital, Fellowship Hospital — 2003
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital, Fellowship Hospital — 2002
  • Harvard Med School, Fellowship Hospital — 2002
  • MPH-Harvard U, Other Education — 2001
  • Mayo Clinic Rochester, Residency Hospital — 1998
  • Mayo Clinic-Rochester, Internship Hospital — 1996
  • Michigan State University College Of Human Medicine, Medical School — 1995

Insurance Accepted

  • Aetna
  • American Republic
  • Amerigroup (Wellpoint)
  • Anthem
  • AvMed
  • Bakery & Confectionary Union Plan
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
  • Cigna
  • Commercial Insurance Company
  • CoreSource
  • Coventry Health Care
  • Fallon Community Health Plan
  • First Health (Coventry Health Care)
  • Golden Rule
  • Government Employees Health Association (GEHA)
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
  • Humana
  • MagnaCare
  • Medica
  • Medicaid
  • Medical Mutual of Ohio
  • Medico
  • Meritain Health
  • MultiPlan
  • MVP Health Care
  • National Elevator
  • POMCO Group
  • Pyramid Life
  • Tricare
  • UniCare
  • UnitedHealthCare
  • Universal American
  • WellCare

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I moved from Ohio to Florida and was very concerned about changing cardiologists. I cannot say enough about Dr. Bermudez. The transfer of my files and history was quick, and he took time to read my history and to discuss it with me thoroughly. I did not feel like I was "starting all over" . . .he is personable, in charge and confident, and communicates very well. I also feel he is cautious about prescriptions and testing. In other words, he isn't "quick to the pen" and I like that. He is also treating my husband who is not an easy patient because he is usually in excellent health and "stubborn". He has been great with him, including getting his confidence and agreement for further testing which is needed.
— Mar 23, 2020
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Hospital Affiliations

  • Sarasota Memorial Hospital
  • Venice Regional Bayfront Health
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