Mississippi Baptist Medical Center recently hired two new doctors for Baptist Heart in Jackson.
Dr. Adam Berman is board certified in cardiovascular diseases and clinic cardiac electrophysiology. Dr. Berman completed a fellowship of adult cardiovascular diseases at Ochsner Clinic Foundation and a clinical cardiac electrophysiology fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. Prior to joining Baptist Heart, Dr. Berman was chief of health economics and modeling at the Medical College of Georgia.
Dr. Eric Holland is board certified in internal medicine and specializes in adult echocardiography. Dr. Holland received his degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine and completed his fellowship of interventional cardiology at the University of North Carolina.
“We’re excited to welcome Drs. Berman and Holland to Baptist Heart,” said Bobbie Ware, CEO and administrator of Mississippi Baptist Medical Center. “With cardiovascular disease (including heart disease and stroke) being the leading cause of death in Mississippi, Drs. Berman and Holland’s knowledge and expertise will greatly benefit our patients and community — and help save more lives.”
On May 1, 2017, Mississippi Baptist Health Systems signed a shared mission agreement with Baptist Memorial Health Care, which is headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. Baptist Memorial is the largest not-for-profit health care provider in the Mid-South with hospitals in Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi. As a result of the shared mission agreement, Baptist Memorial became Mississippi’s fourth largest employer and the largest health care system in the state. Baptist Memorial hospitals offer patients in rural and urban areas access to the region’s largest network of doctors and specialists, as well as access to Epic ― one of the country’s most sophisticated electronic health record systems. For more information, please visit baptistonline.org/mbmc or call 601-948-6262.