Tom C Hilton, MD Expert Witness
Curriculum Vitae

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  • Additional States: Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas
  • Phone: (904) 626-8203
  • Cell: 904-626-8203

Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Cardiovascular Disease and Internal Medicine

Keywords/Search Terms:

cardiovascular disease, heart disease, cardiology, internal medicine, non-invasive cardiology, invasive cardiology, nuclear medicine,echocardiography,acute coronary syndrome, sudden cardiac death,chest pain, congestive heart failure,atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease,arrhythmia,hypertension


Bachelor of Science, Villanova University; Medical Degree, Georgetown University; Fellowship-Cardiology, St. Louis University Medical Center; Residency, Emory University School of Medicine

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Additional Information

Following graduation from Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1981, Dr Hilton completed a 3 year Internal Medicine residency at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. After four year with the National Health Service Corps in Zebulon, Georgia, Dr. Hilton completed a three year Cardiology Fellowship at St Louis University Hospital, St Louis, Missouri in 1991. He is currently a noninvasive board certified cardiologist living in Jacksonville Beach, Florida where he has practiced with the Baptist Heart Specialists (formerly known as the Jacksonville Heart Center) since 1996. Dr. Hilton has been active with CardioStart International, Inc. with whom he has completed over 15 international humanitarian missions to Peru, Nepal and the Caribbean. He has volunteered with the Mission House and Salzbacher Medical Clinics in Jacksonville Beach, Fl. Also, he has served on the boards of the Florida Recovery Schools, Mission House, Inc, and CardioStart International . He has three grown children and is fluent in French. Dr Hilton has been doing expert witness work in cardiovascular disease for over five years.