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Love a Local. Your Neighbors, Your Hospital.
MINIMALLY INVASIVE

Cardiothoracic Surgical Excellence
NOW IN BERKELEY COUNTY
John Spratt, MD, completed his

Scott Ross, MD, received his medical

undergraduate degree at the University

degree from the University of Virginia

of Colorado and a master’s degree in

School of Medicine. He completed

applied mathematics from the University

his residency in general surgery at the

of Missouri before earning his medical degree from

University of Virginia and a residency in cardiothoracic

the Washington University School of Medicine. He

surgery at Stanford University Medical Center.

completed his surgical residency at Duke University

Dr. Ross is a board certified cardiothoracic surgeon and

Medical Center.

leader in minimally invasive surgical options. He performs

Dr. Spratt is board certified in cardiothoracic surgery with

the full range of cardiac procedure options including:

a specialty in cardiac surgery including:

Minimally invasive aortic valve replacement

Valve repair and replacement

Minimally invasive mitral valve repair

Minimally invasive valve surgery

Atrial fibrillation ablations

Coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG)

Coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG)

Thoracic aortic surgery

Thoracic aortic surgery

Arrhythmia surgery

ROPER ST. FRANCIS PHYSICIAN PARTNERS CARDIAC SURGERY
NOW WELCOMING NEW PATIENTS.
For more information and to make a referral, please call (843) 720-8490.
Roper St. Francis Berkeley Hospital
Medical Office Building, Suite 330

Less than 1 hour away from Orangeburg

300 Callen Blvd, Summerville SC 29486

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