Robert Campbell

last updated 3/2/2018

Robert M. Campbell

Division Director of Cardiology, Department of Pediatrics at Emory University

2460 Mountain Industrial Boulevard, Tucker, Georgia, United States
HQ Phone:
(855) 831-7447

General Information


Medical Director - Project ADAM

Director - Sibley Heart Center Cardiology

Co-Director - Pediatric Cardiologist , Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta Sibley Heart Center

Pediatric Cardiac Electrophysiologist - Vanderbilt University


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

M. D.

MDEmory University School of Medicine


Board Member - Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes Foundation

Board Member - WellStar Health System Inc

Chief, Cardiac Services - Children's Healthcare

Board Member - CredibleMeds

Board Member - Max Schewitz Foundation

Medical Advisory Board Member - Parent Heart Watch

Member - North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology

Trustee - Children's Foundation

Board Member - The Children's Care Network

Member, Original Pediatric Committee - NASPE

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Atlanta Pediatric Research | Faculty | People | Emory + Children's + GT | Atlanta Pediatric Research Alliance

Robert M. Campbell, MD
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Robert M. Campbell, MD headshot

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Pediatric UPDATE : Medinfo Systems PED Update Home : accredited audio CME physician education on CD

Robert M. Campbell, MD
Professor of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine; Pediatric Cardiologist, Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta Sibley Heart Center, Atlanta, Georgia

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Special Needs Digest: June 2013

The trick is, it is not zero, and I cannot miss the one patient with heart disease because the consequences could be catastrophic," said Dr. Robert Campbell, chief of the Sibley Heart Center and division director of the department of pediatrics at the Emory University School of Medicine.
Campbell said the UGA research helps him serve the majority of his patients who leave his office with a clean bill of health but unexplained chest pain. "Most importantly what we've learned is that after a physical evaluation of the patient, we take the time to sit down with the family and find out what they are most worried about, so we can address their psychological issues," Campbell said."We've learned to pay attention and to be confident and reassuring.

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