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Dr. Louis E. Cunningham

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Cardiologist

Phone: (800) ***-****  
Local Address:  Huntingdon , Tennessee , United States
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Employment History

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Education

  • Meharry Medical College
  • MD
  • undergraduate degree , Mathematics
    Lane College
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West Tennessee Physicians' Alliance
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Louis Cunningham, M.D.
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Louis E. Cunningham, MD A Jackson native, Dr. Louis Cunningham founded Mid-South Heart Center in 1993. He received his undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Lane College in 1973. He is a graduate of Meharry Medical College where he served as an assistant professor. Dr. Cunningham completed his cardiology fellowship at Harlem Hospital in New York. He is a Board Certified Specialist in the field of cardiovascular disease and a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. His office is located at 48 Medical Center Drive in Jackson, TN.
Mid-South Heart Center
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Louis Cunningham, M.D.
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Dr. Louis Cunningham founded Mid-South Heart Center, which specializes in diagnosis and treatment of heart-related illnesses, in 1993. The clinic is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Dr. Cunningham also sees patients in satellite clinics that are located in Camden, Bolivar and Parsons.
West Tennessee Physicians' Alliance
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Cardiology | Adey Agbetoyin, | Mohsin Alhaddad, | Alexander Alperovich, | Louis E. Cunningham, | Foluso Fakorede, | Henry K. Lui, | Tommy Miller III, | Ronald I. Weiner, | Alexander Alperovich, M.D. | Henry Lui, M.D. Mohsin Alhaddad, M.D. | Adey Agbetoyin, M.D. | Louis Cunningham, M.D. | Foluso Fakorede, M.D. | Tommy Miller III, M.D. | Ron Weiner, D.O. | Cardiology | Dr. Alhaddad joins Apex Cardiology | Dr. Fakorede joins Mid-South Heart Center
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Cardiology | Adey Agbetoyin, | Mohsin Alhaddad, | Alexander Alperovich, | Louis E. Cunningham, | Foluso Fakorede, | Henry K. Lui, | Tommy Miller III, | Ronald I. Weiner, | Alexander Alperovich, M.D. | Henry Lui, M.D. Mohsin Alhaddad, M.D. | Adey Agbetoyin, M.D. | Louis Cunningham, M.D. | Foluso Fakorede, M.D. | Tommy Miller III, M.D. | Ron Weiner, D.O. | Cardiology | Dr. Alhaddad joins Apex Cardiology | Dr. Fakorede joins Mid-South Heart Center
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Louis Cunningham, M.D.
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Louis Cunningham, M.D. A Jackson native, Dr. Cunningham founded Mid-South Heart Center in 1993. He is a graduate of Meharry Medical College where he served as an assistant professor. Dr. Cunningham completed his cardiology fellowship at Harlem Hospital in New York. He is a Board Certified specialist in the field of cardiovascular disease and a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.
West Tennessee Physicians' Alliance
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Louis Cunningham, M.D.
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"Having a heart attack denotes that you have a disease in your heart, a relentless chronic progressive disease for which there is no cure," said Dr. Louis Cunningham, a board-certified cardiologist who founded Mid-South Heart Center.
"The reality is that at some point along the way, be it five, 10 or 15 years out, some patients are likely to have another episode related to what caused the initial heart attack. However, many things can be done, both from the patient's standpoint and in partnership with their doctor, to minimize that risk."
After a heart attack, a patient has to be willing to make changes to their lifestyle, diet and habits that may have led to the initial attack, said Dr. Cunningham.
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"For patients who economically cannot take advantage of formal cardiac rehab, we work with them to educate them on heart rate and blood pressure, as well as how to safely recondition themselves after a heart attack," said Dr. Cunningham.
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Dr. Cunningham sees things getting better for heart-attack patients today compared to the past. "The survival rate is much better," he said.
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