229.382.7120 / 800.648.1935

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Cardiology

What is a cardiologist?  A cardiologist is a physician with special training and skill in finding, treating and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels.   

  • An invasive cardiologist uses minimally-invasive tools that are inserted directly into the patient's body to treat heart disease (such as pacemakers) or to diagnose heart disease (such as cardiac catheterization).  
  • An interventional cardiologist specializes in non-surgical techniques to treat blocked arteries and chest pain and prevent heart attacks caused by reduced blood flow to the heart.  The interventionist's tools of choice are balloons, used to inflate the artery to open blood flow, and stents, which are tiny spring-like wires used to hold blocked arteries open.

William Hancock, M.D., FACC

Paul M. Murray, M.D., FACC

Jonathan Tronolone, M.D., FACC

Vascular Surgery 

What is a vascular surgeon?  A vascular surgeon is a specialist who evaluates and treats diseases of the blood vessels. Treatment can include traditional open surgery and endovascular approaches.  Because of their training, vascular surgeons are uniquely qualified to diagnose all vascular diseases and interpret a wide variety of diagnostic tests.

William H. Davis, M.D., FACS

William J. Kaiser, M.D., FACS

 

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Tift Regional Medical Center
901 E. 18th Street, Tifton, Georgia 31794   229-382-7120 or 800-648-1935
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