Daniel S. Yip, M.D.

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We're giving hope to those who have no hope. My name is Daniel Yip, I'm the Medical Director for Heart Failure Heart Transplant. I've always liked to be the person who tries to help people that others have told them, there's nothing more we can do for them. And many times, there are other things that we can do to help them. Particularly to improve their quality of life, to make sure that they have their questions answered, to make sure their families feel involved with the patient's care. One of the most rewarding things for me, are when patients tell me, I can go back to do things I used to like to do. We get affirmation from our patients that their lives are getting better.

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Daniel S. Yip, M.D., is a cardiologist specializing in advanced heart failure and transplantation.

Areas of clinical expertise include:

  • Caring for patients with advanced heart failure
  • Use of advanced medical therapies for the treatment of heart failure
  • Use of advanced surgical therapies for the treatment of heart failure, such as mechanical circulatory support. This includes the evaluation and management of patients with left ventricular assist devices (LVAD)
  • Evaluation and management of patients who may benefit from heart transplantation

In addition to his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Yip leads the Mayo Clinic campus in Florida's patient experience efforts. Other responsibilities include leading Mayo Clinic's patient experience surveying across all sites. Dr. Yip is also a member of the Communication in Healthcare faculty, delivering courses and consultation to improve communication between health care providers and patients, as well as among health care providers.

  1. Heart failure
  1. Cardiac rehabilitation
  2. Heart transplant
  3. Mechanical circulatory support device insertion
  • Advanced heart failure
  • Heart transplantation
  • Mechanical circulatory support
  • Cardiac rehabilitation
  1. 1998
    Fellow - Advanced Heart Failure and Heart TransplantationSaint Louis University School of Medicine
  2. 1997
    Fellow - Cardiovascular DiseasesSaint Louis University School of Medicine
  3. 1996
    Chief Cardiology FellowSaint Louis University School of Medicine
  4. 1993
    Chief Resident - Internal MedicineSaint Louis University School of Medicine
  5. 1992
    Resident - Internal MedicineSaint Louis University School of Medicine
  6. 1989
    MDAmerican University of the Caribbean School of Medicine
  7. 1985
    BS - MicrobiologyUniversity of California, Los Angeles

Certifications

  1. American Board of Internal Medicine - Cardiology
  2. American Board of Internal Medicine

Publications

Research Activities

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