About Carda

Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab is a pain for patients. So much so that only 10% of qualifying Cardiovascular patients attend, which results in complications for patients and at least $190B in added costs. At Carda Health, we have reimagined rehab. Our program allows patients to complete engaging, compassionate, and life-saving rehabilitation from home — a huge need especially given the risks that COVID-19 poses to our patients.

Who are we?

Carda is a team of clinicians, mathematicians, repeat entrepreneurs, and engineers. And one recovering financier. Our united belief is that technology and data, when applied ethically and compassionately, can transform individuals’ lives and fundamentally change even the most entrenched industries. Carda was founded by Harry and Andrew, two friends from Wharton who share a family history of heart disease and personal experience with cardiac rehab.

Who are you?

You are a Physician with experience in telehealth, licensed across multiple states, and will be charged first and foremost with overseeing initial face-to-face visits with our patients and collaborating with our Clinical team to screen and enroll qualifying patients into our program. If you are a determined, mission-driven physician, have experience working with Cardiac and Pulmonary patients and you are interested in transforming American healthcare, we’d love to talk.

In this role, you will

  • Provide high-quality clinical care utilizing best practices set forth by Carda’s Clinical team
  • Be the first face-to-face touch point for many of the patients joining our program
  • Perform face-to-face visits including health with patients on a schedule that suits both you and us
  • Perform health histories, evaluate patient records, diagnose, and refer to our programs when appropriate
  • Provide lifestyle recommendations to patients related to specific goals
  • Input notes and all other relevant information into our EMR
  • Communicate and partner with other members of the patients’ care team to properly coordinate care and oversee patient care plans on an ongoing basis

What we look for

  • Board certified Cardiologist, Pulmonology or Critical Care Medicine
  • Licensed Physician in five or more of the following states (ideally all 50, but the more the better):
    • New York
    • Florida
    • Pennsylvania
    • Virginia
    • Texas
    • Maryland
    • Illinois
    • Ohio
    • Michigan
    • Washington
    • Massachusetts
    • North Carolina

  • Expertise in the management of individuals with cardiac pathophysiology
  • Cardiopulmonary training in basic life support or advanced cardiac life support
  • Experience prescribing and reviewing medication for cardiac and pulmonary patients
  • Passion for delivering high quality care to patients
  • Experience with care in a virtual setting and a desire to learn and influence new technologies
  • Highly organized with the ability to create, adhere to, and scale repeatable processes


Located anywhere in the United States. Our founders are located in New York but we have staff distributed across the country.