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Welcome to Knoxville Heart Group


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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Morristown Family Medicine is now open! Come meet our primary care team led by Danielle Darter, MD and Mary F. Serbin, FNP-BC, and tour our newly renovated facility.

300 Boyd School Road, Morristown, TN
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Morristown Family Medicine Open House

February 21, 2018, 11:00am - February 21, 2018, 12:00pm

Morristown Family Medicine is now open! Come meet our primary care team led by Danielle Darter, MD and Mary F. Serbin, FNP-BC, and tour our newly renovated facility. 300 Boyd School Road, Morristown...

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Excellence in Cardiology.

We use advanced technologies and procedures to care for your heart. Learn more about our services.

Knoxville Heart Group News

  • Welcome Hitesh Mehta, MD

    Knoxville Heart Group is proud to welcome cardiologist Hitesh Mehta, MD to our expert heart team who cares for cardiovascular patients throughout East TN.

  • Cardiac Rehabilitation

    Interventional Cardiologist Daniel Slutzker, MD of Knoxville Heart Group discusses the importance of cardiac rehab for heart disease and attack patients.

  • Caring for Your Heart: Signs of a Heart Attack and Choosing the Right Care

    Signs of a Heart Attack and Choosing the Right Heart Hospital Chest pain is the most common sign of a heart attack, but there are other indicators. Watch Chase Trotter, MD of Knoxville Heart Group talk about more heart attack symptoms and why choosing the right care, like at a Covenant Health heart hospital, is […]

  • Football Game Day Accomodations

    Downtown Knoxville traffic and parking information for patients of Knoxville Heart Group for the September 1, 2016 UT football game day.

  • Heart Treatment at Fort Sanders Scores Big With Coach

    Coaching has been part of Joseph Fisher’s life for years. The Knoxville man, 54, has volunteered his time with many Peewee football, basketball and baseball teams. On Aug. 27, 2012, at an 8-year-olds’ football game, Fisher discovered he was not as well as he thought he was. He felt a severe burning in his chest […]

  • Cardiac Rehab Helps Woman Get Heart Healthy

    Helen “Snooky” Ward of Knoxville loves making people smile. She and her husband, Dallas, are professional clowns, entertaining crowds at local baseball games, community events and parties. But heart disease is no laughing matter to Ward. On Father’s Day in June, Ward had her second heart attack and second cardiac stent procedure in seven years. […]

  • Man’s Heart Cath Placed thru Wrist

    Battling heart disease and diabetes for years, Johnny Braden of Caryville, 67, had angioplasty in 1990 and a number of cardiac stents installed after that, the most recent in August at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center. A cardiac stent is a tiny metal mesh cylinder that props open a blood vessel in the heart muscle […]

  • Fort Sanders Heart Team Saves Knox Man from Deadly “Widow Maker” Heart Attack

    For most of his 73 years, Dave Matthews has been very healthy and active. The West Knoxville man walks several miles every day, has never smoked and never experienced any heart problems. That’s why Matthews was surprised when he suddenly began having severe chest pains, trouble breathing and heavy sweating while running errands one day […]

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