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Andrew L Dodgen, MD

Gender
Male
Language
English

Primary Specialty

Cardiology


Education

Board Certification
Am Bd Pediatrics (Sub: Pediatric Cardiology), American Board of Pediatrics
Medical School:
Mercer University
Residency:
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Fellowship:
Duke University Hospital

Network


Introduction

Andrew Dodgen, MD, is from Columbus, GA and received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from LaGrange College in LaGrange, GA. He then attended medical school at Mercer University School of Medicine and went on to complete his pediatric residency training at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, AR. Following his residency training, he completed his fellowship in pediatric cardiology at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC. Most recently, Dr. Dodgen served as an assistant professor of pediatrics and program director for the pediatric cardiology fellowship at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, OH. Dr. Dodgen cares for children with congenital and acquired forms of heart disease. He also has a special interest in fetal cardiology. Additionally, he is passionate about medical education and has worked regularly with medical students, residents and fellows as part of his practice. This has resulted in his receipt of several teaching awards, including the annual teacher of the year award at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. He is proud to be serving the people of Georgia and to be working in his hometown of Columbus, GA. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Amber, and their two boys, AJ and Amos. He also enjoys traveling, woodworking and participating in medical mission trips with his church.

Focus of Practice

  • Congenital heart disease
  • Fetal cardiology
  • Inherited cardiovascular disease

Areas of Interest

  • Fetal cardiology
  • Cardiomyopathies
  • Congenital heart disease

Locations

Sibley Heart Center Cardiology

705 17th St, Ste 406 Columbus, GA 31901 404-256-2593

Research & Publications

Quality improvement, medical education