Dr Oliver Di Pietro obtained an M.D. degree from the University of Sherbrooke, Canada in 1980 after completing a Bachelor of Science at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He completed his postgraduate training in internal medicine at the Montreal General Hospital and McGill University from 1980-82 and then completed a residency in anesthesiology/critical care at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center from 1982-84. He underwent fellowship training in cardiovascular anesthesiology and critical care at the Montreal Heart Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital in 1984-85.

He returned to Miami Beach in 1985 as a cardiovascular anesthesiologist/intensivist at St. Francis Hospital under the legendary heart surgeon Dr. Pierre Grondin. In 1987, Dr Di Pietro served as Chief of Anesthesiology at St. Francis Hospital and maintained a part-time medical practice as well. After Dr. Grondin’s retirement in 1990, St. Francis Hospital, as many local hospitals, was sold and ceased operations. In 1990-91, Dr. Di Pietro took a sabbatical leave for one year and served as senior resident in internal medicine and cardiology at Laval University and the Quebec Heart Institute in Quebec City, Canada. During that year, he sharpened his skills and was updated on all the advances in interventional cardiology, echocardiography, radiology, ultrasonography as well as transesophageal echocardiography and critical care.

Since 1991, Dr Di Pietro has stopped practicing anesthesiology and has devoted his time to the practice of primary care and internal medicine with a strong interest and expertise in the treatment and prevention of cardiovascular diseases. In 2000, Dr Di Pietro built a state-of-the art medical building with the most modern nuclear, ultrasonic and x-ray equipment available. The current building was completed and occupied in December 2003..
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