Sunita Koshy-Nesbitt, MD is a clinical cardiac electrophysiologist. Prior to medical school she was a violinist having played many concerts in the U.S. and internationally. She went to medical school at the University of Miami, and pursued an Internal Medicine residency at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, MD. She remained there for one extra year serving as Chief Medical Resident. She subsequently underwent a General Cardiology Fellowship and a Cardiac Electrophysiology fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX. Her clinical interests are specific to population health and prevention/reversal medicine. These include, although not limited to, sudden cardiac death prevention as well as lifestyle changes for cardiac patients. She is currently the Medical Director for the Intensive Cardiac Rehab/Dean Ornish program for coronary disease reversal at Arlington Memorial Hospital in Texas. This program teaches incorporates diet and exercise modifications, as well as yoga, meditation, and group support for cardiac patients.
She is currently obtaining her M.B.A. in Healthcare Management and Administration.