Children’s Hospital Welcomes New Division Chief, Dr. Wesley Davis

Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Dr. Wesley Davis
Dr. Wesley Davis

Children’s Hospital at Erlanger welcomed Dr. Wesley Davis to its network of physicians and administration. Dr. Davis will serve as the division chief of Pediatric Cardiology at the Children’s Hospital at Erlanger.

 

Dr. Davis received his doctorate of medicine from the Medical College of Georgia. After completing the pediatric residency program, he then completed the pediatric cardiology fellowship program at the Medical College of Georgia.

 

As a board certified and fellowship trained pediatric cardiologist, Dr. Davis specializes in general non-invasive pediatric cardiology, congenital and structural heart disease, and sports cardiology.

 

“Dr. Davis’s world-class expertise will be valued at Erlanger Health System,” said Kevin Spiegel, FACHE, CEO and president of Erlanger Health System. “His extensive training and experience in the treatment of pediatric cardiac patients will greatly benefit the Children’s Hospital at Erlanger.”

 


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