Dr. Sheldon completed his cardiology training at Mayo Clinic and the University of Michigan. He is focused on delivering world-class care for patients with electrical heart disorders through a team approach. He performs ablation procedures, heart device insertions (including pacemakers and defibrillators), and removal of heart devices.
He practices patient-centered care by applying current medial knowledge to individual patients in a compassionate manner. He believes that it is critical to help patients understand their heart rhythm disorders in order to better deliver effective treatments. His research aims to advance the science and understanding of heart rhythm disorders.
Physicians at The University of Kansas Hospital are dedicated researchers, scientists, educators and caregivers. In their research, they work to uncover medical breakthroughs. As educators, they train the next generation of physicians, and at the patient's bedside, they offer the latest, most innovative treatment options.
Dr. Sheldon's clinical practice is focused on Arrhythmia Management, Atrial Fibrillation, PVCs, VT, SVT, ICD/Pacemaker/CRT, Cardiac Arrhythmia, Cardiac Electrophysiology and Heart Rhythm Management. Dr. Sheldon's specialties include Arrhythmia Management, Cardiac Electrophysiology, Cardiology, Cardiovascular Research and Electrophysiology. Dr. Sheldon's practice locations are The University of Kansas Hospital, Corporate Medical Plaza and Mid-America Cardiology-Liberty.
Glossary of Surgeon Certifications
www.hrsonline.org Cardiac electrophysiologists focus on the heart's electrical system and on diagnosing and treating irregular heartbeats or arrhythmias. Electrophysiologists are qualified to perform special tests of your heart's electrical system, such as an electrop
www.hrsonline.org The FHRS designation distinguishes qualified Heart Rhythm Society members among health care providers for their specialization in electrophysiology, clarifies the referral process and serves as a credential of quality care for patients, media and gov
www.acc.org “Based on outstanding credentials, achievements and community contributions to cardiovascular medicine, those who are elected to Fellowship signal to peers and patients their commitment to quality cardiovascular care through use of the FACC designati
These initials refer to the doctor's credentials – they indicate the type of medical school the doctor attended and the licensing exam they took to become a doctor. MD stands for "Medical Doctor," and is the most common type of degree earned by docto
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