Robert Whitehill, MD, completed his medical doctorate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2011. Dr. Whitehill completed his residency in pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2014, fellowship in Cardiology at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2016 with a senior fellowship in electrophysiology completed also at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2018. He received advanced training in caring for patients with pacemaker’s and ICDs at Boston Children’s Hospital Dr. Whitehill’s primary clinical/scholarly focus is heart rhythm disorders with invasive electrophysiology studies and device implantation.
Focus of Practice
- Heart rhythm disorders with invasive electrophysiology studies and device implantation.
In the News
A metro Atlanta mom is crediting doctors at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta with saving her newborn baby’s life after her was born prematurely with a dangerously low heart rate. They successfully implanted an experimental pacemaker inside the child designed specifically for infants. It’s one of a handful of procedures done around the world.