J. Jeffrey Marshall, MD, MSCAI | SCAI

Dr. J. Jeffrey (Jeff) Marshall is the Chief of the Northside Hospital Cardiovascular Institute in Atlanta Georgia. Dr. Marshall graduated from the University of Florida College of Medicine and completed internal medicine, chief residency, cardiology research, general cardiology, and interventional cardiology training at the Medical College of Virginia (now Virginia Commonwealth University), where he also worked as an Assistant Professor of Medicine in Cardiology. He then matriculated to Emory University in Atlanta and was an Associate Professor and the Director of the Cath Lab at Crawford W. Long (now Emory Midtown) hospital. With several partners from the Emory faculty, they started the Northeast Georgia Heart Center in Gainesville Georgia that became a top-rated CV program in Georgia. In 2019, this team moved to the Northside Hospital system to start the Northside Cardiovascular Institute.

His mentors, Dr. Michael Cowley and Dr. George Vetrovec are life-long SCAI champions and prior SCAI Presidents who counseled Dr. Marshall to get involved with SCAI as a Cardiology Fellow in 1990. Dr. Marshall achieved FSCAI in 1997, was inducted as MSCAI in 2016, and served as SCAI President from 2012-2013. Dr. Marshall has been on numerous SCAI committees including PR/Communications, Seconds Count, the Board of Trustees, Interventional, Membership Growth and Enhancement, Government Relations, SCAI PAC, Program Committee (1999; Monterey), Past Presidents, Development and Industry Relations, and the International Programs committees. He was a Program Co-Chair for the SCAI Annual Scientific Meeting, 2005, in Ponte Vedra Florida, and is the SCAI Delegate to the AMA House of Delegates. He received the Mason Sones Award in 2008. Dr. Marshall is Board Certified in Interventional Cardiology and served on the ABIM Cardiology Question Writing Committee, is a past-Chairman of the Georgia Composite Medical Board, is the current Governor of the Georgia Chapter of the ACC, and was instrumental in passing the State law establishing Emergency Cardiac Care Centers in Georgia. Dr. Marshall has been active in interventional coronary, peripheral vascular, and cerebrovascular research throughout his career. Castle Connolly, US News and World Reports, and the Consumer’s Research Council of America have recognized him as a Top Doctor. Dr. Marshall is married to Julie Ann Finch Marshall since 1978; he has four children and eight beautiful grandchildren.