Arnoux Blanchard, MD, is a board certified physician in Cardiology and Internal Medicine with Broward Health.
Dr. Blanchard received his medical degree with honors from Montemorelos School of Medicine in Nuevo-Leon, Mexico. He earned his D.E.C. in Health Science from College Ahuntsic in Montreal Canada. Following graduation from medical school, he completed a Rotary Internship Medicine at Kingston Public Hospital in Jamaica. He also served in Public Health Medicine at the Linares Public Health Department in Nuevo-Leon, Mexico. Dr. Blanchard completed his residency and internship at Cabrini Medical Center, Mount-Sinai School of Medicine in New York. He also was a Clinical Fellow in Cardiology at Montreal Heart Institute and a Research Fellow at Brigham and Woman’s Hospital at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Blanchard has worked in research, teaching and clinical collaborations and has co-authored several medical publications. He is a member of the American College of Physicians, American College of Cardiology, Vascular Biology, Heart Failure Society (HFSA), and the Association of Haitian Physicians Abroad.
Prior to joining Broward Health, Dr. Blanchard was in private cardiology practice in Plantation, Florida.