Andrew Mulloy, MD, is a cardiologist at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute and The Ottawa Hospital. He is also appointed as an assistant professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa.
Dr. Mulloy is the director of undergraduate medical education in the Division of Cardiology through the University of Ottawa. In this role he manages the cardiology curriculum for medical students attending the University of Ottawa. In addition, he directs the education of senior cardiology trainees in the field of echocardiography.
Dr. Mulloy completed his undergraduate medical education at McMaster University. He trained in internal medicine at McMaster University and in cardiology at the University of Ottawa. He completed a fellowship in adult echocardiography at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute.
Dr. Mulloy’s primary areas of practice are clinical cardiology and echocardiography. He sees patients in his general cardiology clinic as well as at the UOHI Centre for Valvular Heart Disease. In addition, he works as an echocardiographer in the UOHI’s department of medical imaging. Dr. Mulloy has a particular interest in the cardiac care of patients who participate in high-risk professions and activities, including pilots, astronauts, and scuba divers. He is the director of the Aerospace Cardiology Clinic at the UOHI. Lastly, Dr. Mulloy provides virtual care to patients living in the Deep River community via the Ontario Telehealth Network.