Dr. Zoltan Toth, MD
As an electrophysiologist, my main focus is to increase access to excellent and comprehensive arrhythmia care by providing advanced and timely ablation and device therapies to individuals in the Texas communities that our Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia group serves.
Dr. Zoltan Toth completed his undergraduate studies and attended medical school at the Semmelweis University of Medicine in Budapest Hungary. During his years of medical school, he also participated in research studies and grant work at Southampton University in England. After completion of medical school, Dr. Toth completed a special study in Cardiology at Szent Imre Hospital, also in Budapest Hungary. After coming to the United States he completed an internship and residency program in internal medicine at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit Michigan. Dr. Toth then went on for specialized education in cardiology by completing a fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago IL, and an additional fellowship in electrophysiology at the University of Chicago. He spent six years as an attending internal medicine physician/cardiologist/electrophysiologist both in Chicago IL, Szeged Hungary, and Roswell NM. Since 2005 He has practiced cardiology and electrophysiology in Corpus Christi Texas. He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology and electrophysiology and is licensed to practice medicine in Texas.
Dr. Toth has been involved in both academic research studies in the areas of internal medicine/cardiology/electrophysiology during his years of internship, residency, and fellowship and has participated and been an author in numerous published studies both in professional journals as well as having given research presentations at specialty cardiology conferences here in the U.S. and abroad.
Undergraduate Studies and Medical School – Semmelweis University, Budapest Hungary 1985-1992
Grant in Cardiology- Szent Imre Hospital, Budapest Hungary 1992-1994
Internship and residency in Internal Medicine – Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit MI 1994-1997
Cardiology Fellowship – Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago IL 1997-2000
Electrophysiology Fellowship – University of Chicago, Chicago IL 2000-2001
Attending Physician – Szeged Hungary & Roswell NM 2001-2005
Private Practice – Corpus Christi TX 2005-2016
Heart Rhythm Society
American College of Cardiology
First Prize Award Oral Presentation- Union of Research Students Semmelweis University 1992
Multiple research studies/presentations in Cardiology – 1994 -2000
Board Certification in Internal Medicine 1997
Board Certification in Cardiology 2001
Board Certification in Electrophysiology 2002