Lisa Roelle

Pediatric Electrophysiology Physician Assistant

Washington University in St. Louis & St. Louis Children's Hospital

About Lisa Roelle, PAC

Lisa Roelle is a Physician Associate in the Division of Pediatric Cardiology specializing in Pediatric Electrophysiology at Washington University in St. Louis and St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

She is a graduate of Midwestern University’s PA program and has spent the last 6 years of her career in Telemedicine and now Pediatric Electrophysiology. The scope of her research has been on identifying clinical applications of new and emerging technologies within pediatric electrophysiology, particularly in the use of wearable technologies in the pediatric population. She has presented her research at the 2020 Midwest Pediatric Cardiology Meeting and the CHOP Cardiology 2022 Conference. She has been an invited speaker at the Missouri Chapter of the American College of Cardiology’s Annual Conference, HRS Scientific Sessions 2023, World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery 2023, the Missouri Academy of Physician Associates Annual Conference and the PA Moms Medical Summit.

She was an integral member in the development and implementation of the Pediatric EP telemedicine program at Washington University School of Medicine. Her clinical focus is in pediatric arrhythmias, pediatric cardiac implanted devices (CIEDs) and managing the remote monitoring clinic for those devices.

She serves on committees within the Heart Rhythm Society (Scientific Sessions Program Committee: Digital Health section and Allied Professionals Council) and Pediatric and Congenital Electrophysiology Society (Digital Health Committee Chair and Strategic Planning Committee: Branding).