Thomas Walsh, MD

Thomas Walsh, MD


Cardiovascular Disease

Accepting new patients

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AdventHealth Medical Group Cardiology at Oviedo

2984 Alafaya Trl

Suite 1000

Oviedo, FL 32765

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Formerly known as Florida Heart Group- Oviedo


AdventHealth Medical Group Cardiology at Orlando

1613 N Mills Ave

Orlando, FL 32803

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Formerly known as Florida Heart Group Orlando

Winter Park

AdventHealth Medical Group Cardiology at Winter Park

1925 Mizell Ave.

Ste 100

Winter Park, FL 32792

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Formerly known as Cardiology at Winter Park



Thomas Walsh, MD, is board certified in nuclear cardiology, cardiovascular disease and internal medicine. He earned his medical degree at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and completed his residency in internal medicine at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina. Dr. Walsh is a recipient of the Silver Research Award for advanced cardiac imaging, and an active participant in clinical studies and research. He is a member of the American College of Cardiology and the University of Miami School of Medicine. As a COCATS Level II certified physician, he performs cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, nuclear imaging, cardiac MRI and cardiac CT to treat cardiovascular diseases or disorders in adult patients. He is currently Director of the Echocardiogram Laboratory.

With his special interest and extensive experience in advanced cardiac imaging, Dr. Walsh uses a more imaging-directed approach towards diagnosing and managing the cardiovascular concerns of his patients.

Care Philosophy

Dr. Walsh believes in the importance of family.Knowing that each person is part of a family, he cares for his patients as if they are part of his.

Languages Spoken



Miller School of Medicine - University of Miami


University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville

UF Health Jacksonville - Graduate Education


Wake Forest University-Baptist Medical Center

Wake Forest University

Board Certifications

Cardiovascular Disease: The American Board of Internal Medicine