Sabrina D. Phillips, M.D.

  1. Cardiologist
  2. Echocardiographer
  3. Internist
  • Dr. Sabrina Phillips is a board certified Adult Congenital Heart Disease specialist providing care in the adult congenital heart disease clinic on the Florida campus.
  • She is an expert in echocardiographic assessment of complex congenital heart disease.
  • Her research interests include clinical research involving patients with congenital heart disease.
  • Dr. Philips is involved in medical education at the local and national level with the goal of increasing awareness of the unique challenges in caring for the adult with congenital heart disease.
  1. Cardioversion
  2. Transesophageal echocardiogram
  • Adult Congenital Heart Disease
  • Maternal Cardiac Concerns During Pregnancy
  • Aortopathies
  1. 1997
    MD - Class rank 1/210University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School
  2. 1990
    BS - Engineering (Summa Cum Laude)Wichita State University

Awards and honors

  1. 2017
    2017 Best Doctors in America RecognitionBest Doctors in America
  2. 2016
    2016 Best Doctors in America RecognitionBest Doctors in America
  3. 2006
    Outstanding Teacher in Physical Exam Skills - Internal Medicine ResidentsMayo Clinic in Rochester
  4. 2005
    Outstanding Educator in Physical DiagnosisDepartment of Internal Medicine
  5. 2005
    FellowshipAmerican College of Cardiology
  6. 1997
    Alpha Omega Alpha Honor SocietyAlpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
  7. 1997
    Hemphill-Gojer Award in Internal MedicineUniversity of Texas, Southwestern Medical School
  8. 1990
    Sullivan AwardWichita State University
  9. 1988
    Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor SocietyMayo Clinic
  10. 1988
    Eta Kappa Nu Electrical Honor SocietyMayo Clinic
  11. 1987
    Presidential ScholarOklahoma State University

Professional memberships

  1. 2013 - present
    Board MemberMN-ACC
  2. 2012
    FellowAmerican Society of Echocardiography
  3. 2005
    FellowAmerican College of Cardiology
  4.  
    Quality CoachDivision of Cardiovascular Diseases, Department of Internal Medicine