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Welcome to Knoxville Heart Group

COVID-19 UPDATE: Please notify us in advance of your appointment if you’re sick or have been exposed to anyone with Coronavirus so we can prepare for your arrival.

At Knoxville Heart Group we strive to achieve the highest level of quality service in cardiology. Our practice is a multi-physician group of expert cardiologists, interventional cardiologists and electrophysiologists who have served Knoxville and East Tennessee for more than 35 years. Through the use of advanced technologies and procedures, we provide you complete heart care.

This facility complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Click here to learn more.

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We provide advanced technology and procedures for prevention, diagnosis, intervention and treatment of heart disease.

For a full listing of our services, please visit our services page.

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Trust Knoxville Heart Group for excellence in cardiology. We believe you deserve exceptional care. That’s why we commit to excellence – every patient, every time. We are accepting new patients.

Make an appointment today, call (865) 546-5111 at least 24 hours in advance to request an appointment.

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Congratulations to Dr. Joe Smith on his retirement after 42 years of practicing medicine. Thank you for caring for our community. We will miss you!

Knoxville Heart Group News

  • Welcome Albert Sey, MD, MPH

    We’re proud to welcome Dr. Albert Sey to our cardiology team at Knoxville Heart Group. Dr. Sey specializes in electrophysiology. Meet our new team member.

  • Welcome Christopher Capps, MD

    Welcome interventional cardiologist Christopher Capps, MD to our heart care team! Dr. Capps joins our Knoxville office and Fort Sanders Regional.

  • Welcome Rodney Diehl, DO, FACC

    Welcome interventional cardiologist Rodney Diehl, DO to our heart care team! Dr. Diehl joins our Morristown office and Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System.

  • Jefferson City Office Relocating

    Knoxville Heart Group’s Jefferson City office is moving locations.While our location may be changing, our expertise and quality of care remains the same.

  • Telephone, Telehealth, and Patient Portal Messaging Available During COVID-19

    To ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff from the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19), whenever possible, we’re recommending telephone, telehealth (Doxy.me) and direct messaging with your providers via MyCovenantHealth. This service is for established AND new patients. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about these types of visits: How are […]

  • Changing Times; Ongoing Excellence

    If you ask Dr. Mike Ayres what’s changed at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center since he came on board, he will give you a simple answer–everything.

  • Welcome Joshua Harkey, PA-C

    We are proud to welcome certified physician assistant Joshua Harkey, PA-C to our heart care team! Learn more about Joshua below. Joshua Harkey, PA-C Clinical Interest: Interventional cardiology Education: Bachelor of Biological Sciences, Mississippi State University Starkville, MS Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies, Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Medicine Harrogate, TN […]

  • Parking During Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center Construction

    Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center is currently undergoing a construction project to expand emergency and critical care capacity in the hospital. Beginning February 2, the P2 level of the Center for Advanced Medicine parking garage will be closed. Patients and visitors have these parking options during this time: Thompson Cancer Survival Center Parking Garage (off […]

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