Trent L. Pettijohn, M.D., F.A.C.C.
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Dr. Pettijohn received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas and his medical degree from the Texas Tech University School of Medicine. He then went on to complete his residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Cardiology at the Texas A&M College of Medicine (Scott & White Memorial Hospital) in Temple, Texas.
Dr. Pettijohn is board certified in cardiovascular disease and in interventional cardiology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and is a member of the American Medical Association, the Texas Medical Association and the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Pettijohn and is married and has three daughters. He enjoys caddying for his daughters as they play golf. Dr. Pettijohn sees patients at the Plano Office.
Many patients are referred to our physicians by their Primary Care Doctor for evaluation and care of Cardiac issues. We provide comprehensive care for the patient in coordination with their primary care physician.
Patients are referred to us by their surgeon prior to a scheduled surgical procedure. We will do a complete cardiac evaluation and provide the results to thesurgeon so they can provide the appropriate care for the patient.
A test used to determine the heart rate and rhythm.
A test (sonogram) used to evaluate cardiac structure and function.
A device that records heart rate and heartbeats continuously over a 24 hour period
This test helps diagnosis heart disease with the help of ultrasound images. Echocardiograms are performed before and after exercise.
A Nuclear Imaging Test allows the physician to view the blood flow in the heart with or without exercise.
Vascular studies are performed to determine if blood vessels in the neck or legs have become blocked or restricted.