OhioHealth Welcomes New Vice President of Heart and Vascular Service Line
OhioHealth announced today that it has hired Subha Raman, MD, as its new vice president of Heart and Vascular services. Dr. Raman is taking place of Peter George, MD, who now serves as vice president of Acute Care for OhioHealth.
Dr. Raman comes to OhioHealth from Indiana University Health (IU Health) and Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM), where she served as IU Health’s vice president for Cardiovascular Services and IUSM’s chief of Cardiology. She made a significant impact in her four years in Indiana, where she achieved the following:
- Established statewide councils to improve quality and effectiveness of the full range of cardiovascular services.
- Expanded high impact clinical and translational research, yielding innovations in both the prevention and treatment of heart attacks.
- Initiated a new cardiovascular informatics strategy to accelerate the translation of innovations to practice.
- Led significant clinical growth in cardiovascular services to serve a broader population.
- Secured industry and philanthropic investments.
After her successes in Indiana, Dr. Raman says she is thrilled to be joining OhioHealth.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to work with an all-star team to deliver the highest caliber prevention, diagnostics, and treatments that provide high value for patients, care teams, and payors across the communities that we are privileged to serve,” Dr. Raman said.
Before working in Indiana, Dr. Raman spent 17 years on the faculty at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSU) where she built OSU’s Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance and Computed Tomography programs, and served as medical director for Advanced Cardiac Imaging, where she grew internationally recognized programs in clinical service, innovation, and education.
“I will always be grateful for my time at OSU where I spent the majority of my career learning how to impact patients and families through direct clinical care, research, and education,” Dr. Raman said. “My Indiana experience was incomparable in learning how to advance health enterprise objectives with talent and program development. Coming to OhioHealth lets me leverage this professional journey, bringing a deep appreciation of what it takes to work with a diverse team in delivering high quality care that mitigates the individual and population burdens of cardiovascular disease.”
Dr. Raman has also contributed as a leader to national and international cardiovascular societies including the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, Intersocietal Accreditation Committee, and Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance.
She is passionate about Ohio and all it has to offer. It’s home for her and her family, as she grew up with her parents in Upper Arlington.
“Ohio will always be ‘the heart of it all’ for me and my family,” Dr. Raman said, “I’m most looking forward to the fullness of life that it offers, inspired by meaningful work for the people and families I serve.”
While outside of work, Dr. Raman enjoys spending time with her parents and listening to their life stories. She also enjoys walks, exploring nature and wildlife, and cherishing any opportunities she can to soak in many forms of music with her husband.