Joel B. Holland, MD

Personal Information
Associate Professor, UA College of Medicine - Tucson, Division of Cardiology
Joel.Holland@bannerhealth.com

Joel B. Holland, MD, is an associate professor in the UA College of Medicine - Tucson, Division of Cardiology and sees patients at Banner-University Medical Center - Tucson and Banner-University Medicine North (at 3838 N. Campbell Ave, Campbell Ave. and Allen Road in Tucson).  

He is board certified in cardiovascular disease and internal medicine.

Dr. Holland's clinical interests include echocardiography, valvular heart disease and adult congenital heart disease. He has extensive expertise and experience in the use of different forms of echocardiography to evaluate patients for mitral valve repair and optimize surgical outcomes.

Prior to joining the Division of Cardiology in March 2018, he worked with Cleveland Clinic structural interventional cardiologists to apply echocardiography to optimize strategies and outcomes with transcatheter aortic valve replacement.

EDUCATION: 

BA, University of Rochester, 1973 (Summa Cum Laude)
MD, University of Rochester, 1977

POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING:

1977 - 1978, Intern in Medicine, University of Chicago Hospitals
1978 - 1980, Resident in Medicine, University of Chicago Hospitals
1980 - 1982, Fellow in Cardiology, University of Chicago Hospitals

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:

2000 - 2017 Staff Physician, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
1997 - 1999 Associate Chief, Division of Cardiology, University Hospitals of Cleveland
1987 - 1997 Co-Chief, Division of Cardiology, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Cleveland, OH
1986 - 1997 Director, Echocardiography Laboratory, Mt. Sinai Medical Center
1986 - 1987 Acting Co-Chief, Division of Cardiology, Mt. Sinai Medical Center
1983 - 1986 Director, Cardiology Fellowship Program, Mt. Sinai Medical Center
1983 - 1991 Director, Coronary Care Unit, Mt. Sinai Medical Center
1982 - 1983 Acting Director, Coronary Care Unit, Mt. Sinai Medical Center

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