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Dr. Sheryl Garrett, MD is a cardiology specialist in Petaluma, CA and has been practicing for 22 years. She graduated from Georgetown Univ Sch Of Med in 1991 and specializes in cardiology.Read her story
This content was provided by Dr. Garrett "Dr. Garrett grew up in a farming community in New Mexico where she enjoyed riding horses and hiking in the Pecos wilderness. She later moved to California to attend Stanford University, majoring in electrical engineering and history. Following graduation she worked as an electrical engineer doing hardware design for an avionics company. In 1987 Dr. Garrett attended Georgetown University to pursue a medical degree specializing in cardiology research. She then returned to Stanford University, California for a residency in internal medicine. This was followed by a fellowship in cardiolgy at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. Dr. Garrett went on to spend18 years at a busy tertiary cardiac hospital in San Francisco. Given her rural roots Dr. Garrett has always wanted to work in a farming community and is delighted to now join the NCMA cardiology practice in Petaluma. She believes in treating the whole person and looks forward to partnering with patients for their cardiac health. In her spare time Dr. Garrett loves the outdoors and enjoys biking, hiking and swimming with her husband, two children and two golden retrievers. Ever a tech nerd she enjoys doing robotics with her kids. She is also working on a program that will bring coding classes to Native American children. "
This content was provided by Dr. Garrett "Dr. Garrett believes in treating the whole person and looks forward to partnering with patients for their cardiac health."
1 Board Certifications
Accredited by: American Board of Internal Medicine*