I'm an interventional cardiologist. I work on coronary and well as periphery interventions. I work with CHI St. Vincent. I like that the heart lends itself to being able to be fixed quickly. If someone comes in with an arrhythmia we can usually give them some medicine that will stop the arrhythmia. If someone comes in with a heart attack there's procedures and tests that we can do that will actually stop the heart attack. If someone comes in with congestive heart failure, there's some medicines that we can give that make them get better quickly. I like that aspect of cardiology that things can get better quickly and patients can feel better quickly. So, the patients that see me, I appreciate their consideration. I appreciate them giving me their time and the opportunity to treat them as best I can. I always try to treat every patient as if they were my own family member. I try to give them the same options that I would give my family members and let them know that they're going to the best care when they come see me. I'm going to give them the same options, the same abilities and try to do the best I can to take care of them to have them feeling better than when they came in.
Dr. Morris Kelley, MD is an interventional cardiology doctor who practices in North Little Rock, AR. He is 41 years old and has been practicing for 16 years. Dr. Kelley is affiliated with CHI St. Vincent Infirmary, CHI St. Vincent North and Baptist Health Medical Center North Little Rock.