Brent Addington
Ray M. Allen, Jr.
Louis Caruso
Yaser Cheema
Mark A. Coppess
Jiang Cui
Todd D. Edwards
Jay Gardner
Richard Gordon
Steven S. Gubin
Paul Hess
David H. Holloway, Jr.
Jason Infeld
Christopher P Ingelmo
Eric E. Johnson
Jeffrey E. Kerlan
James E. Klemis
David H. Kraus
David Lan
Amit Malhotra
Justin May
Frank A. McGrew, III
Jennifer S. Morrow
Daniel Otten
Dharmesh S. Patel
Basil M. Paulus
William L. Russo
Holger P. Salazar
Joseph K. Samaha
Arsalan Shirwany
Stacy C. Smith
Darrell Sneed
Larry B. Spiotta
Bunker Stout
Arie Szatkowski
David C. Wolford
Walter Woody
Jawwad Yusuf
Gilbert Zoghbi
Daniel Otten


Practicing Since
  • Princeton University, Princeton, NJ (undergraduate)
  • Rockefeller University, New York, NY (cholesterol research)
  • Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN (medical school)
  • Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN (internal medicine residency)
  • Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY (cardiology fellowship)
  • Internal Medicine
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Nuclear Cardiology
  • Chief Resident - Indiana University Medical Center 
  • #1 in patient satisfaction for entire medical staff (Press Ganey survey, 2007-08)
    Baptist Collierville Hospital, Collierville, TN
Hospital Affiliations
  • Baptist Memorial Hospitals
  • Saint Francis Hospital
  • Methodist Hospitals
  • Stroke Prevention
    Mid South Wellness Guide
    By Daniel Otten, M.D., FACC
    June 2010
    To many, it’s a fate worse than death. A cerebrovascular accident (CVA), better known as a “stroke,” is the third leading cause of death in the US, but it is the number one cause of serious, long-term disability... 
Special Interests
  • Fluent in English, Spanish and French, and is conversant in Japanese

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