Deepthy Varghese

Deepthy Varghese has been an active member of NAINA and most recently served on Carita’s project. Deepthy served in various roles in Georgia Indian Nurses Association (GINA), most recently as the chapter president. She is a recipient of the GINA Nurse of the Year award 2022.

Deepthy currently serves as a Cardiology-Electrophysiology Nurse Practitioner at Northside Hospital System in suburban Atlanta, Georgia. She received a master’s degree in nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner certification from Mercer University and a post-master’s certification in Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner from Emory University. As a nurse with over 19 years of experience, including the last 6 years as a nurse practitioner, Deepthy is well versed in her profession and takes a patient-centric approach to care. She has taken on leadership roles including Nurse Supervisor and Lead Cardiology Nurse Practitioner. She has assisted and developed Cardiac-Electrophysiology programs at HCA Eastside Medical Center, Snellville, Georgia and Northside Hospital, Georgia (multiple campuses). Deepthy is one of the few Advanced Practice Providers in Georgia that assists with invasive electrophysiology, including femoral arterial and venous access, EP catheter placement and temporary RV pacing. Deepthy was featured in EP Digest, October 2018. She is currently involved in Cardiology-EP research at Northside Hospital.

Deepthy is an active member of the Heart Rhythm Society and serves on the Allied Health Professional and Digital Education Committees. Deepthy is also an active member of the American College of Cardiology’s (ACC) Georgia ACC Cardiovascular Team.

Deepthy has received multiple awards including department honors in nursing, Mercy College, induction into Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Nurses’ Choice Clinical Excellence Award and Witnessing Outstanding Work Award at Northside Hospital Gwinnett.

With the support of GINA, Deepthy has led the medical camp at St Mary’s Orthodox church, Roswell, Georgia. Deepthy also serves an anchor for Pravasi Georgia Indian network channel.

Deepthy believes her upbringing has helped shape her principal beliefs of compassion, integrity, work ethics, family and community. She also believes that her generation of nurses owe it to their forerunners who have paved the way, to continue the legacy created by Indian nurses in the United States.