MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee Medical Center (MTMC) announces the appointment of G. Britton Mioton, Jr., M.D.,F.A.C.C., an invasive cardiologist, as a new addition to their growing medical staff.Dr. Mioton
is forming the first practice in Murfreesboro that will operate under the umbrella of Saint Thomas Heart
.Saint Thomas Heart
is a division of Saint Thomas Health Services
(STHS).This combined group of 45 heart specialists sees more than 130,000 heart patients in a 69-county region that stretches throughout Middle Tennessee and into southern Kentucky and northern Alabama.Cardiac specialists have performed more than 300 heart transplants, 189,000 cardiac catheterizations, 41,000 coronary angioplasties and stents, 58,000 open-heart operations and treated 97,000 cardiac rehabilitation patients at the Saint Thomas Heart Institute
.Dr. Mioton began his education at Duke University where he graduated Cum Laude earning his Bachelor of Science in Zoology and Psychology.He then returned to his native New Orleans where he received his Doctor of Medicine from Tulane University School of Medicine.He
also completed his
Cardiology Fellowship and Residency in Internal Medicine at Ochsner Foundation Hospital
...Dr. Mioton has nearly twenty-five years of work experience and has been working in his own private practice since 1989.He began his career in a Cardiology Center.
However, since 1994 Dr. Mioton
has been working in the HeartCare clinic in Marrero, Louisiana. He has been the Chief of Medicine at Meadowcrest Hospital.He was also appointed Chief of Medicine, Vice Chief of Staff, and Chief of Staff all at JoEllen Smith Medical Center. He
holds a variety of certifications, memberships, is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has a subspecialty in cardiovascular disease.He is also a member of the American Medical Association, Louisiana State Medical Society, Jefferson Parish Medical Society, and a fellow of the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Mioton
has very impressive clinical research.He has been the Principle investigator to a study in the treatment of heart failure and he has conducted over 20 Sub-investigations to various causes including arterial disease.Also from 1978 to 1980 he served for the United States Public Health Service.
To make an appointment call 1.800.345.5016.Dr. Mioton
will be located at Middle Tennessee Medical Center
in the Arnhart Building, 301 North University Street, Suite 204. Dr. Mioton
is married with two children.He
wife Jan reside in Murfreesboro.