South Georgia Medical Center is pleased to announce that Luke Seibolt, MD, interventional cardiology has joined SGMC Cardiology. SGMC Cardiology is part of the SGMC Physician Network, which is the most comprehensive multi-specialist group in the region.
Dr. Seibolt comes to Valdosta from Indianapolis, IN where he completed his Interventional Cardiology fellowship program at St. Vincent Hospital. He received his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine in Portsmouth, Dominica.
Dr. Seibolt completed his residency in internal medicine and his fellowship in general cardiology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix, AZ.
He explained that his patients can expect to be treated as family. “I find it easiest to connect with patients when treating them as if I were treating my mom,” says Dr. Seibolt.
Dr. Seibolt explained that his interest for the medical field started at an early age.
“I enjoyed math and science and as I progressed through undergrad, medicine was a natural fit. My father had heart problems during my medical school years which led me to pursue cardiology as a profession,” said Dr. Seibolt.
Dr. Seibolt performs several cardiac services including heart catheterizations and valve replacements as well as noninvasive imaging modalities to include echocardiography and nuclear cardiology.
“I decided to join SGMC because I have always envisioned myself working in the community and taking care of as many patients as possible. My best friend from medical school, Dr. Cliff Thomas, introduced me to Valdosta several years ago and I have always come back to visit and enjoy Southern Georgia,” explained Dr. Seibolt.
Dr. Seibolt is married to Megan and together they have two boys and are expecting a little girl in January 2022.
In his free time he enjoys being active with his family, working out, fishing, going to the beach and cheering for Notre Dame football.
Dr. Seibolt is now accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, call 229-433-8160. SGMC Cardiology is located on the third floor of the SGMC Professional Building at 2409 N. Patterson St. in Valdosta.