Dr. Edwin Tulloch-Reid. FACC

Raised in St. Andrew, Jamaica, Dr. Tulloch-Reid graduated from Calabar High School. A graduate of the University of the West Indies in Medicine, he completed a rotating internship at the Kingston Public Hospital before leaving to pursue post graduate training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology in the US and Canada.
Dr Tulloch-Reid successfully completed his Internal Medicine residency at New York Medical College’s Metropolitan Hospital Centre followed by a cardiology fellowship at the University of Montreal. He subsequently did an interventional cardiology fellowship and served as junior faculty at the University of Pittsburgh.

On his return to Jamaica, Dr. Tulloch-Reid served at the Kingston Public Hospital for 12 years first as Consultant Physician and subsequently as Consultant Cardiologist. He has served as Consultant Cardiologist, and Director of Clinical Services at the Heart Institute of the Caribbean since its inception. He also has a consultative practice at the Andrews Memorial Hospital where he is a board member.
Dr. Tulloch-Reid is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Cardiology at the University of Technology. He was formerly an Associate Lecturer in the Department of Medicine of the University of the West Indies where he remains an Honorary Consultant in the Department of Medicine.

Based on outstanding credentials, achievements and community contributions to cardiovascular medicine, Dr Tulloch-Reid was elected a Fellow of the American Collage of Cardiology. Fellowship is one of the most distinguished designations the College offers its members, and is the ultimate recognition of professional achievement.

His interests include travel, fitness, comparative religion and modern languages. This noted Cardiologist is fluent in Spanish, French and German and has served as President (Board Chairman) of the Alliance Francaise de la Jamaique. He remains an active member of the Jamaican German Society having previously served on its executive.

Dr. Tulloch-Reid believes in the concept of “health as a state of complete physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing” and is a strong advocate of the patient partnering with the health care professional for the promotion of a healthy lifestyle.

Dr Tulloch Reid has produced book chapters as well as coauthored publications in a wide spectrum of peer- reviewed international medical journals as well as the regional West Indian Medical Journal.

Dr. Tulloch-Reid was elected to the Medical Council of Jamaicain 2011