Sheila E. Woodhouse MD, MBA, FACC
Dr. Woodhouse is a practicing cardiologist, advisor, entrepreneur, innovator and health IT consultant. Her experience as a healthcare practitioner spans two decades, during which she has been engaged as a healthcare consultant, speaker, equity partner, roundtable facilitator, advisory board member, and educator for reputable public and private institutions in the United States, including the American Heart Association.
Dr. Woodhouse was and remains a board certified practicing Cardiologist. She is a pioneer in early technology adoption and use in medicine with a focus and interest on interoperability before it became a buzz word. She holds separate board certifications in Adult Echocardiography, Cardiac Tomography Angiography, and Nuclear Cardiovascular Imaging with special interests in clinical and preventive cardiology, cardiac imaging, congestive heart failure, cardiac and peripheral CT Angiography, and women with heart disease.
She holds a Lean Six Sigma certification from Villanova University and is a member of the Institute of Management Consultants, Project Management Institute, WELCOA (Wellness Council of America), and Corporate Health and Wellness Associations. She is an active member of the National Black MBA Association, and is registered with the federal government as a member of the National Association of Government Contractors.
She is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology, and Member of the American Heart Association (Council on Women with Heart Disease), Association of Black Cardiologists, American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, American Society of Echocardiography, Society of Cardiac CT and the American College of Physicians. Dr. Woodhouse has served for many years on the committee with the American Heart Association Go Red campaign, and is one of the founding members of the Atlanta American Heart Association Circle of Red. She is also a member of the Technology Association of Georgia (medical technology).
Dr. Woodhouse is a clinician, but her core for critical thinking and problem solving capabilities are rooted in her Biochemistry training, research and early stage technology exposure while at Carnegie Mellon University. The undergraduate skills were the backbone for successfully completing her medical school education in Philadelphia at Temple University prior to obtaining an MBA from Georgia State University. Her educational path fostered her interest and expertise in connecting business, medicine and technology.