Cardiac care should be comprehensive with a focus not just on the treatment of disease, but also on its prevention. An informed patient is an empowered patient. Dr. Bailey-Brown spend time educating my patients about their disease so that they can be empowered to make the right decisions about their health.
Outside of work she enjoy hiking, biking, traveling and spending time with family.
Dr. Bailey-Brown was born in the beautiful island of Jamaica and grew up in a close knit family in this idyllic setting. She completed her initial medical studies at the University of the West Indies, one of the foremost medical programs in the Caribbean, then moved to the United States to complete Internal Medicine Residency and Cardiology training. Her interest in prevention led her to complete further training in Preventive Cardiology at the Mayo Clinic. She also specializes in cardio-obstetrics and cardio-oncology when treating patients.
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