Brandon Rhodes is a highly trained, certified Nurse Practitioner at Northwest Houston Heart Center where he manages patients in clinic and makes rounds with the Cardiology team in affiliated hospitals. Throughout his training, Brandon has focused on how to best manage complex cardiovascular conditions, making him adept at endovenous ablation procedures for varicose veins and coordinating the pacemaker clinic. In addition, he serves as sub investigator in multiple clinical research trials contributing to the development of innovative new therapies for cardiovascular diseases.
Brandon was born and raised in the North Houston area. He completed his undergraduate studies at The University of Texas at Austin where he participated in undergraduate research. His keen interest in cardiology inspired him to complete his undergraduate Capstone in the coronary ICU at Methodist Hospital in the Houston Texas Medical Center. He then practiced several years as charge nurse and trainer in the cardiac catheterization laboratory and served as director of cardiac rehabilitation at Tomball Regional Hospital. He pursued further training attending The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston where he completed his masters and became a nationally accredited and certified Nurse Practitioner by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. His extensive training and cardiology experience makes him proficient in providing high quality cardiac care to his patients.