Dr. Bradley Brochu is a clinical and interventional cardiologist at the Royal Alexandra Hospital and CK Hui Heart Centre. He was born and raised in Edmonton. He attended the University of Alberta for his undergraduate studies, earning a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy with the Alberta College of Pharmacists’ Gold Medal (2010) and his Doctor of Medicine (2014). He remained at the University of Alberta for specialty training in internal medicine (2014-2017) and adult cardiology (2017-2020) earning certification from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in both specialties. He then completed an Area of Focused Competence (Diploma) fellowship in interventional cardiology at McMaster University (2020-2022). In the second year of his fellowship, Dr. Brochu focused on high-risk and chronic total occlusion (CTO) interventions. His clinical interests include managing acute coronary syndromes, complex PCI, CTO PCI and intravascular imaging.
Dr. Brochu also has a passion for medical education. He is in the process of completing a Masters in Medical Education from the University of Dundee in Scotland. His educational interests include teaching medical procedures, clinical reasoning and the maintenance of psychological safety in learners.