Robert Hamburger, DO, MPH, FACC
Robert F Hamburger, DO, MPH, FACC, is an assistant professor at the University of Florida Division of Cardiology.
Hamburger obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Pennsylvania State University. He got his Master’s in Public Health degree from Drexel University, moving on to complete his doctorate in osteopathic medicine at Nova Southeastern University. After his internship and residency in internal medicine, he started his fellowship in cardiovascular diseases at the University of Florida in 2014.
Hamburger is currently a staff cardiologist at Malcom Randall VA Medical Center and an assistant professor in the division of cardiology at UF’s College of Medicine.
He received various award such as “Hygeia Society Award for Excellence in Public Health” as well as the “Most Outstanding Third Year Resident” award from Temple University. Co-authoring 10 publications and paper, Hamburger’s interests lie in writing about pulmonary circulation, congenital heart disease and more. His presentations include an evaluation of the right coronary artery, echocardiographic predictors of mitral regurgitation and more. He is a member of the American College of Cardiology and the American Society of Echocardiology.
University of Florida
Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine
Temple University Hospital
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Nova Southeastern University
Master's of Public Health (Biostatistics)
Bachelor's Degree in Biology
Pennsylvania State University