Jeffrey N Whitehill, MD

Electrophysiology allows me to care for patients of all different ages with various arrhythmia conditions. Working with patients closely to come up with the best treatment for their condition brings enormous satisfaction.

Dr. Whitehill received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia. He then completed his medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine. This was followed by Internal Medicine training at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Cardiology/Electrophysiology training at Duke University Medical Center. He is board certified in Cardiology and Electrophysiology.

Prior to joining TCA he worked with Austin Heart for 12 years. At Austin Heart he served on the Research Committee for over 10 years and was an investigator for multiple large clinical trials. He also was active on the Credentialing Committee and served as head of the Electrophysiology section for several years.

Currently he is looking forward to bringing advanced Electrophysiology procedures to Williamson County with the St. David’s Medical Center Round Rock Electrophysiology lab opening in 2018. He sees patients in the TCA Round Rock and Austin offices as well as the Austin Heart Georgetown and Fredericksburg offices.

He is married with four children. In his spare times he enjoys time with family and running outside.

Office Locations:

Heart Hospital Office (Central Austin), Round Rock, Georgetown, Fredericksburg

Professional Associations:

• American College of Cardiology
• American College of Physicians
Research:
• Whitehill JN, Campbell KR, Stavens G, Battle J, Wharton JM; Role of periostial pulmonary vein sites in atrial fibrillation initiation post pulmonary vein isolation, presenting at NASPE 2002.
• Campbell KR, Whitehill JN, Hesselson A, Gallagher P, BahnsonTD: Dual-site ofr bi-atrial pacing does not enhance atrial activation as compared to pacing from novel single right atrial sites in humans. Presented at ACC 2002.
• Retrospective review of all ICD implants at Duke and Subsequent need for anti-arrhythmic drugs to suppress ventricular tachycardia and/or ICD discharges, in collaboration with TD Bahnson and RA Greenfield, in progress.
• Prospective trail comparing anti-arrhythmic drugs or ablation therapy in management of ventricular tachycardia leading to frequent ICD discharges, in collaboration with TD Bahnson and RA Greenfield, in progress.
• Chapter on atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter with JM Wharton to be included in new edition of Zuelgaray, Jorge Gonzalez, Arritmias Cardiacas, in progress.

Specialty

Electrophysiology
Medical Education & Training
Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
Residency: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX
Fellowship: Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
Certifications & Memberships
Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiac Electrophysiology

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