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Dr. Scott Moore is a dedicated and experienced cardiologist and interventional cardiologist serving the community of San Antonio, TX. Dr. Moore received his medical degree from Vanderbilt University. He completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiovascular disease at the Wilford Hall Medical Center. He continued his training by completing his fellowship in interventional cardiology at the Mid America Heart Institute.
Dr. Moore is certified in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine and is a member of the American College of Cardiology.
Dr. Moore is dedicated to helping patients receive the treatment they need so they can enjoy a positive and fulfilling lifestyle.
Verified Patient Reviews
Was very nice and he listen to my concerns. I am glad I think I found a new DR.
Excellent experience. I would highly recommend him.
Overall, I was pleased with my first visit to the Heart Clinic of San Antonio. Although my first impression was negative. I arrived approximately 10 minutes before my appointment. The receptionist gave me forms to fill out. I informed her that I downloaded all forms from their website, filled them out, and faxed them to their office 3-4 days prior to my appointment. I then handed her the original for their records. She looked at the forms I handed her, and informed me that there were two additional forms that needed to be filled out and handed them to me. I filled them and when I returned them, I informed her that one of the two forms she gave me had already been filled out and it was with the forms I handed her when I arrived. She said, yes, that I had filled the form out, but had not signed it. My first reaction was, "so why the h'll did you just not ask me to sign it??? Instead she had me fill out the form again. I said nothing and went back and sat down, but that's probably why my BP was high when you took it. I took my BP at home before leaving for the appointment and it was not that high. Not even close. People at your reception area are the face of your practice. First impressions are VERY important in any business. Your front office needs to be personable, competent, friendly, and have common sense. HOWEVER, once I was taken back to the examining room, it was quite a different story. I intake nurse that went over related items and took my vitals was FANTASTIC! Dr. Moore was great and immediately made plans to address concerns that I had. I was very pleased!
Everyone in the office is very polite and professional. Dr. Moore was very personable and interested in me as a patient. He was very approachable and easy to visit with. I have confidence in him as a caregiver as well as a doctor.
The visit was great; the office is clean, very patient friendly. They were helpful, respectful and kind. Dr. Moore was terrific, he listened to my history, asked me questions and told me the treatment plan he recommended. His bedside manner was top notch, his compassion & the care he demonstrated was refreshing. I was very impressed with the practice! I will definitely recommend them!
Thorough process from which a treatment program was developed.
Excellent as always!
Dr. Moore exceeded my expectations. It was close to lunch hour by the time I was brought in so I thought that the visit was going to be less than 7 minutes so that the Dr.can go eat. I was very wrong. Not only was the visit more than 7 minutes, but he was very thorough. The Dr. made sure he understood what I was going through and in turn, he wanted to be sure I understood everything he was saying. I was very happy and feel very confident about my prognosis. Oh,by the way, I received a follow up call from the Dr's. assistant the next day.
Listened companionate understanding
I would recommend him to anyone! Dr. Moore is a professional and caring individual. He is also a sharp and experienced physician who really considers the situations and the concerns of the patient.
A bad experience with the office. They couldn't help me to find the right way to go. I finally went into a front door. I was on the other end from where they were. A very nice nurse walked me all the way over apologizing for their actions or non-actions. They were rude to me and seems to have blamed me for their mess up. I had drove from Dallas, Tx to make this appt and made it with 10 minutes go. They made me late. A nightmare indeed!