Doctor of Medicine
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Michael S. Womack, MD works in general clinical pediatric and adult congenital cardiology with special interests in cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, cardiac catheterization, and fetal cardiology.
After earning bachelor's degrees in mathematics and chemistry from Duke University, Dr. Womack worked a year in industry and then taught chemistry and computer science for two years before earning a master's degree in medical physics and completing medical school. Following his residency, he spent a year studying Spanish and performing medical mission work in Latin America, inspired by the underserved Latino community he saw both within the United States and abroad. Next, he resumed training in pediatric cardiology with a fellowship at Duke University followed by an advanced fellowship in cardiac catheterization at Oregon Health & Sciences University and ongoing medical mission work in Central America, focusing on support and development of pediatric catheterization programs.Dr. Womack still has the same sense of mission for program development and worked to develop the fetal and pediatric echocardiography and pediatric catheterization programs in Idaho. He also still has active projects in Central America. In 2012, he was decorated with the Order of Vasco Nuñez de Balboa by the government of Panama, its highest civilian award, for his work. He has presented at a number of national and international conferences in Central America to expand services for congenital heart defects in the region. These international experiences have been vital parts of his education that influence his local work.