Wednesday, October 30, 2013
He is known in the local medical community as Dr. Mark Mataosky, but those who serve under his command in the U.S. Army Reserves call him “Colonel.” At the start of his 22 years in the military, he was deployed to the Middle East during Desert Shield/Desert Storm, and he would return to the region during the Iraq War. Currently, he balances his commitment to the Army Reserves with his responsibilities as director of cardiac rehabilitation for Trident and Summerville medical centers and the patients he sees through Cardiology Consultants of Charleston. Dr. Mataosky's work with Trident Health often takes him to the cardiac catheterization lab, where he searches for blockages in a patient's arteries. But it's more common for him to rule out heart problems in those who come to see him at his office.
Medical School: Georgetown University
Residency: Eisenhower Army Medical Center Cardiology fellowship: Medical College of Georgia To schedule an appointment with Dr. Mataosky, please call 843-875-4441.
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