Elizabeth Branscomb, MD, FACC, FASNC, CBNC
Main Campus - Birmingham
3980 Colonnade Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35243
ABOUT Elizabeth Branscomb
Dr. Elizabeth Branscomb is a proud UAB alum with a distinguished career in General, Preventive, and Diagnostic Cardiology. As a strictly noninvasive cardiologist, Dr. Branscomb's focus is on quality care for her patients, and on CVA's outpatient and diagnostic work. She is nationally recognized for development of tests to more accurately diagnose heart problems in women and in larger patients, called rubidium positron emission stress testing. After graduating from Vanderbilt in 1974, Dr. Branscomb worked at UAB and the medical schools of Emory, Columbia, the University of Genoa, Italy, and at the Basel Institute in Switzerland. She then returned to UAB for medical school, Internship, and Residency in Internal Medicine. She did a research fellowship in the Cardiac Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital, followed clinical Cardiology fellowship at UAB. She has incorporated advanced training in Nuclear Medicine and in Cardiac Care for the Elderly.
Besides becoming Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Dr. Branscomb is Board Certified in Nuclear Cardiology and in Internal Medicine. She is a Fellow in both the American College of Cardiology and the American Society of Nuclear Medicine. She is listed as one of America's Best Doctors for 2017.
For the last 26 years, Dr. Branscomb has provided a unique brand of personalized compassionate care for her patients. With her passion for diagnostic accuracy, she is a cornerstone in the evolution of CVA's high quality noninvasive testing, from which all our patients benefit. Dr. Branscomb’s dedication and skills are valuable assets to CVA. She sees patients at our Colonnade office and reads diagnostic studies for the group.
- General and Preventive Noninvasive Cardiology
- Nuclear Cardiology
- Medical School: University of Alabama School of Medicine
- Residency: Internal Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham
- Fellowship: Nuclear Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
- Cardiovascular Disease, University of Alabama at Birmingham
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Nuclear Cardiology
- Internal Medicine
To make an appointment, call (205) 510-5000 or click here to request an appointment.