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Dr. Pradip Baiju is a board-certified Cardiologist serving the communities of Orlando, Kissimmee, Waterford Lakes, Longwood, Orange City, and soon Lake Nona with the most comprehensive, specialized cardiac and peripheral vascular health care available. We at Heart and Vascular Care work hard to exceed the needs of our patients and referring physicians. Our services cover a vast continuum of care, from prevention and early detection from EKGs and Stress Tests to the latest in cardiovascular treatment.

Heart and Vascular Care is committed to providing patients with the latest diagnostic testing and treatment available.  Our mission is to improve health and therefore the quality of life. Our physician Dr. Pradip Baiju is an Interventional Cardiologist and Endovascular Specialist with a focus in Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Coronary and Peripheral Artery Disease.  It is our duty to raise awareness for these diseases so everyone can have a "Strong Heart and Walk Free"!

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  • Pradip B. Baiju, MD, FACC, FSCAI

    Heart and Vascular Care, is owned and operated by Dr. Pradip Baiju. He provides a full range of comprehensive services for the prevention, diagnosis and management of cardiac and peripheral vascular diseases.  Dr. Baiju has nearly 30 years of experience and is a double board-certified interventional cardiovascular specialist practicing in the greater Orlando area since 2004. View Profile

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  • Robyn Kempf, PA-C, MSPAS, MPH

    Robyn Kempf is a Physician Assistant that has been specializing in Cardiology and Vascular Care since graduating in 2010. She has worked in Vascular Surgery, Cardiovascular Surgery, and Critical Care. Over her career, she has assisted and performed hundreds of venous procedures including Radiofrequency Ablation, Microphlebectomy, Sclerotherapy, and Endoscopic Vein Harvesting. Her schooling and work experience has provided her with a wealth of knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac, vascular, an venous disease. View Profile

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Heart and Vascular Care, PA

Monday - Friday:

8:00 am - 12:30 pm

1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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What Our Patients Say About Us

  • "After Dr. Baiju performed the second atherectomy and angioplasty, the blood really got flowing. Since then, William’s ulcer has healed completely and he’s been pain free for almost a year. I have no idea where William and I would be right now had we not been referred to Dr. Baiju. He has truly been a lifesaver. They were talking about taking William’s right leg and foot, and he saved them both. And now that Dr. Baiju has done the heart procedure, William has a lot more energy. It’s been a tough couple of years, but we have a chance now to get back to enjoying our lives together again, and we’re looking forward to that."
  • "There’s a thousand percent difference in the way my legs feel now compared to before the procedures. Before, I couldn’t do all the activities I like. Now, I’m slowly resuming all of the activities I used to do. My right leg feels a lot better than it did before, and my left leg feels like it did before I started having symptoms. My left leg looks great as well. You cannot tell I ever had varicose veins, and there’s no cramping, no pain. It’s like a normal leg now. My procedures were successful. If anyone’s legs are bothering them, I highly recommend Heart and Vascular Care. Robyn did a great job for me."
  • "Within three days of the procedures, we started seeing dramatic improvement in my father’s foot. The wound started healing. More flesh was growing from the inside out, which is the right way to heal. The end result of Dr. Baiju’s treatment is that the wound on my father’s right foot is completely gone, and his foot looks healthy and normal again."
  • "Everyone there is great, and Robyn does a great job in her specialty. She’s really good with the ablation treatments. I also like her demeanor. She’s very casual and personal and makes a point to really get to know you. At the same time, she tells it to you straight and in language that anybody can understand, and she’s not in a hurry to jump into doing some procedure that may not benefit the patient and might cause them further problems down the road. She’s willing to be patient and takes her time with everything, which is great. Some physicians are more about getting the procedures done and getting patients in and out, but they’re not like that at Heart and Vascular Care. They do exactly what’s right for each client."
  • "First of all, the [VenaSeal™] procedure was nothing. It wasn’t painful at all, and after a couple of days of wearing the compression stockings, I couldn’t believe how good my legs looked and felt. Some of my buddies that I golf with tease me once in a while about how good my legs look now, but I don’t mind because they feel great. There’s no more of that discomfort that was nagging me at night, and that is a relief. That’s why I can only say good things about Robyn, because she did a great job. I recommend her and Heart and Vascular Care to anybody because my whole experience was terrific, and with excellent results."
  • "Dr. Baiju keeps a good eye on Julian to make sure everything is flowing right, and we really appreciate that. He is so kind and considerate, a really great doctor. The best, I’d say, and we’re grateful to have been sent to him. It would have been devastating had Julian lost his foot or his leg. That’s what we were facing when we were told to go see Dr. Baiju, but he took care of everything and we couldn’t be more pleased."

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