Ramey Marshell, MD

When a patient chooses to form a partnership with me, it is my intent to help guide them toward a better quality life with reduced burden of cardiovascular disease. My ideal path for treatment would be to optimize primary preventive measures and to achieve a complete heart healthy lifestyle for my patients; however, as disease develops and clinical events occur, I want my patients to know I will be there with them and will do everything I can to work with them to prevent future cardiovascular illness.

Dr. Ramey Marshell is married with two children. Outside of medicine, he enjoys exercising of various types including spin, rowing, weight lifting, tennis, and golf. Dr. Marshell loves spending time with his family and, as a proud UofA alumnus, is an avid Razorbacks fan.


2019 Research Fellow of the Year Award – University of Alabama Division of Cardiovascular Disease

2019 Ami Iskandrian Young Investigator Research Award – AL ACC meeting

2011-2014 NIDA-supported T32 “Translational Training in Addiction Research” Fellow

2010-2014 UAMS College of Medicine Honors in Research

2013 UAMS Student Research Day, Overall Third Place Poster Award

2005-2009 University of Arkansas Chancellor’s Scholarship

2005-2009 Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship


The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Division of Cardiovascular Disease


Tinsley Harrison Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

Medical Degree

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences


  • BS, University of Arkansas, 2009
  • MD, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2014

Board Certification

  • American Board of Internal Medicine-Cardiology
  • American Board of Internal Medicine (2017)
  • National Board of Medical Examiners (2014)