Dr. Umberto Campia is an associate physician in Cardiology and Vascular Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and assistant professor in medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS), in Boston, MA. He is one of the limited numbers of academic cardiologists in the United States who are also trained in vascular medicine. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Adult Cardiology, and Vascular Medicine.

Prior to his appointment at BWH and HMS, Dr. Campia established and directed the Section of Vascular Medicine at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, and was assistant professor of medicine at Georgetown University, both in Washington, DC. 

Since joining BWH, the largest proportion of his time has been dedicated to patient care, both in the inpatient and outpatient settings. His clinical expertise includes General Cardiology and Vascular Medicine, with a special focus on aortic diseases and cardiovascular oncology. Dr. Campia is the medical director of the multidisciplinary aortic disease program in collaboration with Cardiac and Vascular Surgery. In addition to the prompt evaluation and management of patients presenting with acute aortic syndromes, the program focuses on the early detection and management of aortic diseases. In parallel with his interest in aortic disease, Dr. Campia has created a unique Vascular Oncology clinic within the Cardio-Oncology section, which focuses on the management of the vascular complications of cancer and cancer treatments. Additionally, he is the only cardiologist staffing the E-Consult service, which answers a broad spectrum of clinical questions using the electronic medical records.