Jeremy Song, MD

Song, Jeremy
Cardiac Surgery
Primary Office
Address 1150 N 35th Avenue
Suite 440
Hollywood, FL 33021

About Me

I am a cardiac surgeon at Memorial Healthcare System. I care for adults with coronary artery disease, heart valvular disease, aortic disease, pulmonary hypertension and heart/lung failure. 

I specialize in heart valve repair or replacement through minimally invasive techniques and also perform a variety of procedures including coronary artery bypass graft (CABG), heart valve repair/reconstruction or replacement, aortic root replacements, aortic replacements, pulmonary thrombectomy and pulmonary thromboendarterectomy. I also perform heart transplantation and ventricular assist device implantation. 

The goal of my practice is to give my patients the best surgical repair and get them back to enjoying their life as soon as possible. I also perform surgical procedures aimed at getting people back on their feet faster by reducing (and in some cases, eliminating) post-operative pain, which results in shorter hospital stays and quicker recovery times. 

I fell in love with cardiac surgery after seeing my first heart transplant in medical school. I became enamored by the complexity and intricacies of repairing the heart. After witnessing how dramatically cardiac surgery could transform a patient’s life – from shortness of breath at rest to running marathons – I knew my life’s purpose was to become a cardiac surgeon.

I enjoy creating strong partnerships with my patients. Open communication allows me to foster a deeper understanding of their concerns and aspirations for their future health. Nothing brings me more joy than seeing my patients live a healthier and happier life after surgery. 

Related Medical Services


  • University of California - Irvine, 2014
  • New York Presbyterian Hosp-Columbia, 2015, Thoracic Surgery
  • New York Presbyterian Hosp-Columbia, 2020, Thoracic Surgery
  • Mandarin Chinese



Please view Dr. Jeremy J. Song’s publications on PubMed


  • 2017 Columbia University, Michael Treat Award for Outstanding Research by Resident
  • 2014 Vincent P. Carroll, Jr. Award for Outstanding Research by a Graduating Medical Student 
  • 2014 Doctor of Medicine with Distinction, Research 
  • 2012 Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Student Research Fellowship 
  • 2011 Society of Thoracic Surgeons, “Looking to the Future” Award 
  • 2010 Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Selected “Pre-candidate” Member 
  • 2010 American Society of Transplant Surgeons, “Presidential Student” Award 
  • 2009-2010 Science/American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Program for Excellence in Science, recipient 
  • 2004-2008 Provost’s Honor Roll, Revelle College 
  • 2007 Truman Scholar, Finalist 
  • 2007 Goldwater Scholarship, UCSD Nominee 
  • 2006 William Stout Scholar 
  • 2006 UCSD Chancellor’s Research Scholar 
  • 2005-2006 David Marc Belkin Memorial Research Scholar 
  • 2005-2006 UCSD Research Scholar of the Year

Professional Organizations

  • Clinical Research Associate Professor | Florida Atlantic University
  • Society of Thoracic Surgeons


My current clinical research interest is the use of cryoneurolysis for the reduction of pain after minimally invasive cardiac surgical procedures as well as traditional open cardiac surgical procedures. 

Previous research experience includes an American Heart Association Predoctoral Research Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School where I spent two years bioengineering whole organs using patient-specific stem cells. One notable result of my fellowship was the first ever regeneration and transplantation of a bioengineered kidney. Read more here.

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