Bradley Serwer, M.D. FACC

Interventional Cardiologist

Bradley Serwer, MD FACC is an Interventional Cardiologist working at Wayne Memorial Hospital and is the Chief Medical Officer for VitalSolution. VitalSolution is the second-largest Interventional Cardiology practice in the nation and has 38 hospitals in 21 states.

Dr. Serwer joined VitalSolution after retiring from the US Navy in 2021. He was commissioned into the U.S. Navy in 1997 and retired at the rank of Commander in June 2021. A decorated Naval officer, he was the recipient of the Senior Master Clinician Award from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the Defense Meritorious Service medal as well as several Joint Commendation and Achievement Medals.

Dr. Serwer has been a practicing physician since 2001, since receiving his Medical Degree from the University of Oklahoma. He performed his Internal Medicine residency at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, a Cardiology Fellowship at Walter Reed/National Naval Hospitals in Bethesda, and Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at George Washington University.

While serving in the Navy, Dr. Serwer was hand selected to serve at the US Capitol, Office of Attending Physician where he cared for Members of the US Senate, House of Representatives and the US Supreme Court. He held numerous leadership positions including working with the Defense Health Agency to refine the Cardiology product line throughout the entire Department of Defense.

Dr. Serwer also served as Cardiology Product Line Chair for the National Capital Region, Chief of Cardiology at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital and Chief of Cardiac Cath Lab at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Dr. Serwer lives in Bethesda Maryland with his wife, Chellie, their 7 children, and 2 dogs. Dr. Serwer enjoys watching his children play sports, boating, running, hiking, and exploring. He is passionate about improving health care in rural America and combatting the health care disparity often received in underserved regions of our country.