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At First Coast Cardiovascular Institute in Jacksonville, Florida, Dr. Sumant Lamba is Director of Coronary Interventions. As a Clinical Investigator and Interventional Cardiologist, Dr. Sumant Lamba applies the extensive expertise he has gained over the course of his training and experience with procedures such as heart catheterizations, angioplasties, stent procedures, and interventional cardiology. In addition, Dr. Lamba uses his connections and in-depth experience to bring patients in Florida the newest developments and medical techniques. While working at The Ohio State University Medical Center, Dr. Lamba used a state-of-the-art ultrafiltration technique. With a process similar to dialysis, the technique uses an intravenous therapy (IV) device to extract excess fluid from patients’ hearts. Dr. Sumant Lamba uses the method, which has proven more effective than water pills, to improve the quality of life of patients at First Coast Cardiovascular Institute.

As a respected physician, Dr. Sumant Lamba holds a number of professional licenses. As a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine in Cardiology and Cardiovascular Diseases, he has received extensive recognition for his work during his academic and professional pursuits. For instance, Dr. Lamba received the Wright State University’s Outstanding Senior Resident Award in 1994 and 1995 and the Outstanding PGY-1 Resident Award.

Actively involved in his profession, Dr. Sumant Lamba maintains close ties to others in his field through his membership in the Duval County Medical Society, American Medical Association, Society for Cardiac Angiography and Intervention, Florida Medical Association, and Heart Failure Society of America. In addition, Dr. Lamba has found ways to be involved in his community through various charitable endeavors. He served as Medical Director of Vogel Health Center, a clinic for people in need in Dayton, Ohio.


Work experience

Mar 2006Present

Director, Coronary Interventions

First Coast Cardiovascular Institute


Jul 1984May 1989


Armed Forces Medical College, India