Philip Lehman, M.D. Joins The Chattanooga Heart Institute At CHI Memorial

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

The Chattanooga Heart Institute at CHI Memorial announces they have hired Philip Lehman, M.D.  Dr. Lehman received his medical degree from Duke University in Durham, NC.  He completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Duke University Health System.  
 
The Chattanooga Heart Institute has 25 cardiologists, including specialists in interventional procedures, electrophysiology, imaging and vascular diseas, and two cardiothoracic surgeons on staff.  

"This practice offers a comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach to cardiac care with a team of physicians providing recommendations on specific areas of treatment," officials said.  "At The Chattanooga Heart Institute, cardiologists work in collaboration aided by the latest technology to diagnose heart problems and provide advanced interventional procedures for the treatment of heart disease.  Rehab services are available at CHI Memorial Hospital Chattanooga for those with an elevated risk of a cardiac event and for those who have experienced a cardiac event.

"The Chattanooga Heart Institute at CHI Memorial offers access to the region’s leading cardiologists in six locations convenient for you - Chattanooga, Hixson, Cleveland, Ooltewah, and Jasper in Tennessee and in Ringgold, Georgia."

For more information or appointments, call 423-697-2000.




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