About Us

Martin Aldrich, M.D., F.A.C.C.


Dr. Aldrich is a board certified cardiologist. He attended Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia and trained at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. for internal medicine and cardiology. Allegheny General Hospital has been a leading cardiac care center as rated by AARP. Dr. Aldrich is a member of the American Medical Association, American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, and Sarasota County Medical Society. The practice has also been honored as a Trustee member of the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Aldrich was raised in Pitsburgh, PA. He has family in the area that have been a part of the Bradenton area since the 1920’s. His parents retired to Bradenton in 1988 and brother is an established dentist in Bradenton. He happily makes the Bradenton-Sarasota area his home.
Santa E. De Oliveira, P.A.


Santa De Oliveira PA-C is a respected and valuable member of Aldrich Cardiovascular institute. Santa joined our practice January 2014 after practicing Internal Medicine for six years in Sarasota. She received her Master's in Medical Science at Barry University in Miami Florida, and her undergraduate Bachelor Degree in Microbiology Cell Science/Nutrition at the University of Florida in Gainsville Florida. Santa is a Certified Physician Assistant, a West Coast Regional Representative for the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants. Santa's diversified background gives her a unique and valuable perspective to patient care. She was born in Germiston, SOuth Africa to parents of Italian and Portuguese nationality. She is fluent in Italian and Spanish. Her family moved to Sarasota Florida in 1993 where she attened Riverview High School. In her free time, Santa enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. Santa is welcoming new patients to the Cardiology office in Sarasota and Parrish.


Dr. Aldrich has excellent personal qualities and truly cares about his patients. He has been well trained in cardiology and all aspects of cardiovascular imaging including cardiac magnetic resonance at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. He has endeavored starting this practice to make a difference in health care and cardiology. He finished cardiology fellowship in 2002 and worked in Englewood Florida for one year. He then decided to learn more about the delivery of cardiac care and experience other practice settings by doing Locum Tenems cardiology, which in latin means, “standing in for.” He worked in such areas as Seattle, Roanoke Virginia and Portsmouth New Hampshire. He brings the best he has seen from around the country and local area to the Lakewood Ranch and Sarasota vicinity.
Aldrich Cardiovascular Institute
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