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Timothy Harris Thomas, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinicial Pediatrics

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Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

General Pediatric Cardiology
Heart Murmurs
Pediatric Cardiology
Pediatric Congenital Heart Disease
Syncope

Board Certificates

Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics, 2003
Pediatric Cardiology - American Board of Pediatrics, 2006

Education

MD - Emory University, 2000
Internship - University of Tennessee Chattanooga, 2001
Residency - University of Tennessee Chattanooga, 2003
Fellowship - Children's Medical Center of Dallas, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 2007

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Patient Comments

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I loved his personality. He is very warm, & inviting, and APPROACHABLE!
Patient | May 8, 2017

He made it very easy to understand.
Patient | May 8, 2017

Dr. Thomas was great! He was very engaged w/my son and was very knowledgeable about his condition.
Patient | April 24, 2017

Dr. Thomas.
Patient | April 21, 2017

Love Dr. Thomas he is very knowledgable and friendly.
Patient | March 10, 2017

He was very attentive, showed compassion and concern. AMAZING!!
Patient | February 22, 2017

Seems like a competent, knowledgable cardiologist but wasn't as "hands-on" as I expected. He never even personally listened to my child's heart or ordered further testing.
Patient | December 29, 2016

I wouldn't want to go anywhere else!
Patient | December 19, 2016

Always had a good experience.
Patient | December 1, 2016

Good.
Patient | November 17, 2016

Very attentive and patient.
Patient | August 26, 2016

Dr. Thomas was very professional, courteous & kind. Was very pleased w/his bedside manner.
Patient | August 16, 2016

He was quick, thorough & reassuring with good news.
Patient | August 12, 2016

Dr. Thomas was great & will be highly recommended by us.
Patient | August 2, 2016