Erlanger Announces Dr. Charles Campbell As Chief Of Cardiology

Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Charles Campbell
Charles Campbell

Erlanger Health System President and CEO Kevin M. Spiegel, FACHE, announced the appointment of Charles Campbell, M.D., FACC, as the new chief of cardiology for UT Erlanger Cardiology.  

Dr. Campbell comes to Erlanger from Lexington, Ky., were he served as associate professor of Medicine, director of Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program, co-program director of Clinical Scholar in Training in Cardiovascular Science Program and director of Inpatient Services, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at University of Kentucky. 

Board certified in cardiovascular disease and internal medicine, Dr. Campbell earned his medical degree from Michigan State University, completed his internship and residency at Keesler Medical Center Air Force Base and fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Wilford Hall Medical Center at Lackland Air Force Base.  He specializes in cardiovascular medicine, echocardiography, cardiovascular critical care and heart failure. 

Prior to his positions at University of Kentucky, Dr. Campbell worked as a Critical Care Air Transport leader in Germany and Iraq and as a staff cardiologist at Wilford Hall Medical Center in San AntonioTx.  He has been a member and organizer of several committees and professional societies in cardiovascular medicine and participated as a speaker in numerous cardiology conferences and as an editor or peer reviewer for national cardiology publications. 

For more information on Dr. Campbell and UT Erlanger Cardiology services, call 423 778-5661. 


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