Our cardiovascular program is now available in a convenient, centrally located community setting at the UT Southwestern Clinical Center at Park Cities.
UT Southwestern is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading heart disease treatment centers. Our cardiologists and surgeons are highly trained and are experienced in diagnosing and treating both common and uncommon heart conditions.
The Park Cities Cardiology team provides personalized care for each patient’s specific condition, while taking full advantage of the clinical expertise and advanced resources needed to improve, cure, and prevent all forms of cardiovascular disease.
The Cardiology Clinic at Park Cities offers appointments for the evaluation and treatment of patients with suspected heart disease.
Our on-site services include:
In addition, the Clinical Center Park Cities offers these support services on-site:
As general cardiologists, the Park Cities Clinical Center physicians have broad expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases, including angina, arrhythmias, valve diseases, coronary artery disease, heart failure, high blood pressure, and cholesterol-related diseases.
Thomas Andrews, M.D., a Clinical Associate Professor in UT Southwestern's Division of Cardiology, leads the Cardiology team at the Clinical Center – Park Cities and sees patients with various types of general cardiology issues. He is also a specialist in the relatively new subspecialty of onco-cardiology and can treat cancer patients who have cardiovascular problems caused by chemotherapy and radiation.
James Daniels, M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Cardiology, was a Fellow in UT Southwestern's Cardiology Program, specializing in Electrophysiology, before joining the Cardiology faculty. As an electrophysiologist, Dr. Daniels evaluates and treats patients with heart arrhythmias, fibrillation, palpitations, fainting, and such diseases as Bradycardia, Tachycardia, Long QT Syndrome, and Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome.
Katy Lonergan, M.D., is an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine in the Cardiology Division. Her approach to heart care emphasizes early screening for five major risk factors for disease – high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, smoking, and a family history of heart disease. Because heart disease is the leading cause of death among American women, she is particularly interested in women’s cardiac health.
John Rutherford, M.D., Vice President for Clinical Operations, Professor of Internal Medicine, and a cardiologist for more than 40 years is an expert on the surgical and medical management of coronary artery disease and the benefits of lowering cholesterol after a heart attack. He practices general cardiology, treating atrial fibrillation, cardiomyopathy, irregular heartbeats, and other forms of cardiac disease as well as treating patients with heart disease in pregnancy.
Berge Tasian, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine – Cardiology at UT Southwestern, where he has earned awards for teaching excellence while caring for scores of heart patients at UT Southwestern University Hospitals and Clinics and Parkland Memorial Hospital.