Why Choose King & Associates Cardiology?
Voted Best of the Golden Triangle by First Readers Choice 2019 for Best Cardiologist and Best Cardiology Nurse Practitioner
After serving as Chief of Staff at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle in Columbus, MS for two years, Dr. King is excited to be able to bring his extensive experience and quality of care to more patients at his new practice at 425 Hospital Drive, Suite 4-B, Columbus, MS. Voted Best Cardiologist of the Golden Triangle and Best Cardiology Nurse Practitioner on staff, King & Associates Cardiology is the place to get the highest quality care from doctors and nurses that go above and beyond to ensure you are taken care of professionally and courteously.
Keeping our patients aware and informed about their course of treatment, any medications that are required, post operative instructions or even answering simple billing questions quickly is at the core of the service offering at King & Associates Cardiology. With an online patient portal and a staff ready to answer your every question or concern, we want our patients to be involved in their care and recovery. Understanding how and why you are being treated or given special care instructions means our patients can track progress. Being informed is to be be empowered allows patients to feel like they are more in control of their health and their life.
The new office of King & Associates Cardiology was designed with our patients in mind. The office is at street level, no stairs to climb and ample, close parking. With a comfortable waiting room for your enjoyment during your wait, we are already seeing patients leaving great reviews on social media about our new location. Easy to find at 425 Hospital Drive, Suite 4-B, Columbus, MS, we are pleased to be taking on new patients without referrals every day and seeing current patients enjoy the new, more comfortable space.
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