Melinda Hart, MD

Internal Medicine located in Cullman, AL

About Dr. Hart

EDUCATION  
1995The University of Alabama at BirminghamBS, Magna Cum Laude
May 2000The University of Alabama School of Medicine at BirminghamDoctor of Medicine

 

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE  
May 2009- PresentCullman Internal Medicine1890 Al Hwy 157 Suite 300 Cullman, Alabama 35058 (256) 737-8000
August 2003- May 2009; RN, Office NurseRN, Office Nurse1912 Cherokee Ave Sw Suite 1600 Cullman, Alabama 35055 (256) 735-0030
July 2002- June 200; Carraway Methodist Medical center; Resident (PGY3) Internal MedicineSupervisor: Dr Dennis Delgado, Residency Program Director1600 Carraway Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama 35264 (205) 502-6000
July 2001- June 2002; Carraway Methodist Medical center; Resident (PGY2), Internal MedicineSupervisor: Dr Dennis Delgado, Residency Program Director1600 Carraway Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama 35264 (205) 502-6000
July 2000- June 2001; Carraway Methodist Medical center; Resident (PGY1), Internal MedicineSupervisor: Dr Dennis Delgado, Residency Program Director1600 Carraway Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama 35264 (205) 502-6000
June 1997- July 1997; The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Pediatrics; Research AssistantAssisted with project designed to examine the long-term functional outcome of Extremely low birth weight infants. Administered tests of cognitive function to study Participants, including the Visual Motor Integration (VMI), and the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test. Responsible for data entry and report production.Supervisor: Dr. Myriam Peralta, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; 512 Ambulatory Care Center, Birmingham, Alabama 35233-0011 (205) 939-6973
September 1995- July 1996; The University of Alabama at Birmingham, The Birmingham Compact; Student AssistantSupport personnel to the Executive Director of this Pew Charitable Trusts funded Organization committed to improving student outcomes in grades K-12 in the Birmingham area. Responsibilities included general office duties, proposal editing, budget monitoring, and data collection.Supervisor: Dr. Barbara Lewis, Executive Director; 901 South 13th Street, Birmingham, Alabama 35294-1250 (205) 934-9154
May 1990- September 1993; Seatec, Inc.; Office ManagerResponsibilities (included payroll, billing, collections, phone correspondence, federal/state tax preparation, and interviewing/supervising office personnel for this nationally recognized temporary employment agency.Supervisor: Ray Seaver, President; 642 Millcreek Road, Warrior, Alabama 35180 (205) 647-4477
January 1988-May 1990; Gulf Coast Community College; >Biology Laboratory AssistantAssigned to the supervision of work-study students. Responsibilities included preparing microbiology media and preparing laboratory supplies for classes. Daily responsibility for maintaining organization in the laboratory.Supervisor: Dennis K. Poole, Assistant Professor of Biology; 5230 West Highway 98, Panama City, Florida 32401 (904) 769-1551
September 1987-January 1988; Trident Regional Medical CenterT; Accounts Payable AssistantClient correspondence, accounts payable processing, maintenance or vendor files.Supervisor: Susan Lambertson, Accounts Payable Supervisor; 9330 Medical Plaza Drive, Charleston, South Carolina 29418 (803) 797-4140
October 1984-October 1986; Support Systems International; Collections Assistant/Accounts Payable BookkeeperReceipt processing, file maintenance, telephone correspondence, auditing travel order drafts and expense reports. Conducted bi-weekly seminars to instruct field personnel on the correct use of the travel order system.Supervisor: George Sifrit, Accounts Payable Supervisor; 4349 Corporate Road, Charleston, South Carolina 29405 (803) 747-8002

 

PRESENTATIONS 
September 2002Peptic Ulcer Disease: Triple Therapy and Beyond. M Hart, Carraway Methodist Medical Center Medical-Surgical Conference
August 2002Peptic Ulcer Disease: a Review for Internists. M Hart. Carraway Methodist Medical Center Resident Conference
November 2001Papulosquamous Skin Disorders: A Review. M Hart. Carraway Methodist Medical Center Resident Conference
June 2001Elder Abuse in the Non-institutionalized Elderly. M Hart. Carraway Methodist Medical Center Resident conference
February 1998Growth and Cognitive Scores in Extremely Low Birth Weight Adolescents. M Peralta- Carcelen, M Hart, K. Nelson, B. Hodgens. Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama. Poster presentation at the American Federation for Medical Research regional meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana
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EDUCATION  
1995The University of Alabama at BirminghamBS, Magna Cum Laude
May 2000The University of Alabama School of Medicine at BirminghamDoctor of Medicine

 

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE  
May 2009- PresentCullman Internal Medicine1890 Al Hwy 157 Suite 300 Cullman, Alabama 35058 (256) 737-8000
August 2003- May 2009; RN, Office NurseRN, Office Nurse1912 Cherokee Ave Sw Suite 1600 Cullman, Alabama 35055 (256) 735-0030
July 2002- June 200; Carraway Methodist Medical center; Resident (PGY3) Internal MedicineSupervisor: Dr Dennis Delgado, Residency Program Director1600 Carraway Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama 35264 (205) 502-6000
July 2001- June 2002; Carraway Methodist Medical center; Resident (PGY2), Internal MedicineSupervisor: Dr Dennis Delgado, Residency Program Director1600 Carraway Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama 35264 (205) 502-6000
July 2000- June 2001; Carraway Methodist Medical center; Resident (PGY1), Internal MedicineSupervisor: Dr Dennis Delgado, Residency Program Director1600 Carraway Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama 35264 (205) 502-6000
June 1997- July 1997; The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Pediatrics; Research AssistantAssisted with project designed to examine the long-term functional outcome of Extremely low birth weight infants. Administered tests of cognitive function to study Participants, including the Visual Motor Integration (VMI), and the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test. Responsible for data entry and report production.Supervisor: Dr. Myriam Peralta, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; 512 Ambulatory Care Center, Birmingham, Alabama 35233-0011 (205) 939-6973
September 1995- July 1996; The University of Alabama at Birmingham, The Birmingham Compact; Student AssistantSupport personnel to the Executive Director of this Pew Charitable Trusts funded Organization committed to improving student outcomes in grades K-12 in the Birmingham area. Responsibilities included general office duties, proposal editing, budget monitoring, and data collection.Supervisor: Dr. Barbara Lewis, Executive Director; 901 South 13th Street, Birmingham, Alabama 35294-1250 (205) 934-9154
May 1990- September 1993; Seatec, Inc.; Office ManagerResponsibilities (included payroll, billing, collections, phone correspondence, federal/state tax preparation, and interviewing/supervising office personnel for this nationally recognized temporary employment agency.Supervisor: Ray Seaver, President; 642 Millcreek Road, Warrior, Alabama 35180 (205) 647-4477
January 1988-May 1990; Gulf Coast Community College; >Biology Laboratory AssistantAssigned to the supervision of work-study students. Responsibilities included preparing microbiology media and preparing laboratory supplies for classes. Daily responsibility for maintaining organization in the laboratory.Supervisor: Dennis K. Poole, Assistant Professor of Biology; 5230 West Highway 98, Panama City, Florida 32401 (904) 769-1551
September 1987-January 1988; Trident Regional Medical CenterT; Accounts Payable AssistantClient correspondence, accounts payable processing, maintenance or vendor files.Supervisor: Susan Lambertson, Accounts Payable Supervisor; 9330 Medical Plaza Drive, Charleston, South Carolina 29418 (803) 797-4140
October 1984-October 1986; Support Systems International; Collections Assistant/Accounts Payable BookkeeperReceipt processing, file maintenance, telephone correspondence, auditing travel order drafts and expense reports. Conducted bi-weekly seminars to instruct field personnel on the correct use of the travel order system.Supervisor: George Sifrit, Accounts Payable Supervisor; 4349 Corporate Road, Charleston, South Carolina 29405 (803) 747-8002

 

PRESENTATIONS 
September 2002Peptic Ulcer Disease: Triple Therapy and Beyond. M Hart, Carraway Methodist Medical Center Medical-Surgical Conference
August 2002Peptic Ulcer Disease: a Review for Internists. M Hart. Carraway Methodist Medical Center Resident Conference
November 2001Papulosquamous Skin Disorders: A Review. M Hart. Carraway Methodist Medical Center Resident Conference
June 2001Elder Abuse in the Non-institutionalized Elderly. M Hart. Carraway Methodist Medical Center Resident conference
February 1998Growth and Cognitive Scores in Extremely Low Birth Weight Adolescents. M Peralta- Carcelen, M Hart, K. Nelson, B. Hodgens. Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama. Poster presentation at the American Federation for Medical Research regional meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana

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