The Oregon Clinic, Cardiovascular Medicine Division welcomes Dr. Alexi Zemsky, MD. His special interests are in Electrophysiology, Implantable Device Therapy and Sudden Cardiac and Death Prevention. He most recently completed a fellowship at Kaiser Los Angeles Medical Center, Division of Electrophysiology.
Dr. Zemsky received his medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, La., in 2002. He completed his internship at the University of Chicago, Department of Internal Medicine where he also completed his residency and won Outstanding Third Year Resident Award.
Dr. Zemsky graduated from the University of California in San Diego in 1995, where he majored in Biochemistry. He is the author of numerous research articles and frequently presents research findings at medical conferences and assemblies. Dr. Zemsky was also appointed the Cardiology Chief Fellow by the Harbor UCLA Cardiology faculty and elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha, Medical Honors Society.
Dr. Zemsky is married with two children. He enjoys golf, pizza making and wine collecting. His professional interests include catheter ablation of arrhythmia and device therapy for rhythm disorders.
“My aim as an electrophysiologist is to work with patients with arrhythmias and to educate them on the basis of science, natural history, and treatment options for their disease, “ Dr. Zemsky says. “Having done so, it is usually easy for the patient to choose a forward path that best reflects their personal goals and values.”