St. John’s Physician Practices announces that two physicians will
join the medical group: William Mullen, MD, has joined St. John’s
Cardiology and Tierney Lake, MD, has joined St. John’s Internal Medicine.
“These physicians bring a high degree of expertise and compassion
to our team,” said John Payne, DO, medical director of St. John’s
Physician Practices, which encompasses nine primary and specialty clinics.
“With the addition of these physicians, we will be able to better
serve the primary and specialty care needs of our community.”
The addition of cardiologist
William Mullen, MD, to St. John’s Cardiology enhances the medical center’s program
for the detection and treatment of heart disease. Dr. Mullen is board
certified in cardiovascular disease and has practiced at the Palo Alto
Medical Foundation in California since 1994. His professional interests
include arrhythmia, heart failure, myocardial infarction, and non-invasive
cardiac testing. Cardiology services at St. John’s range from echocardiograms
to cardiac rehabilitation.
Heart patients will also continue to benefit from the services offered
by the visiting cardiac specialists from Intermountain Health Care (Salt
Lake City, UT), with whom St. John's has had a long-standing relationship.
They have privileges to practice medicine at St. John’s Medical
Center, and Dr. Mullen will have privileges at Intermountain Health Care,
facilitating smooth coordination of patient care between St. John’s
and the advanced services offered at larger facilities in Salt Lake.
Dr. Mullen earned his medical degree from Tulane University. His residency
was at Highland General Hospital in California, and he completed a fellowship
in cardiology at University of California-San Francisco. Dr. Mullen has
ties to the Jackson area and assisted with St. John’s teen athlete
heart screening last fall. He enjoys skiing, biking, and spending time
with his three grown children.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Mullen, call St. John’s Cardiology
With the recent retirement of internist Dr. Dennis Butcher, St. John’s
Internal Medicine hired
Tierney Lake, MD, to join its Jackson office, where she will practice with Hayley Miller,
MD, and Calvin Schenk, PA-C.
Internal medicine doctors provide primary care to adults over 18, and are
trained to prevent, diagnose, and treat adult diseases.
Board certified in internal medicine, Dr. Lake received her medical degree
from the University of Colorado in Aurora, where she also completed her
internal medicine residency. Prior to accepting the position at St. John’s,
Dr. Lake practiced outpatient internal medicine at Montrose Medicine and
worked as a hospitalist at Montrose Memorial Hospital in Colorado. Dr.
Lake is an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys spending her free time trail
running, mountain biking, backpacking, and skiing with her husband and two labs.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Lake, call St. John’s Internal
Medicine at 307.733.7222.
Media contact: Karen Connelly, 739 7380, firstname.lastname@example.org
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