Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott

Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott

Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott
Heart Surgeon
advent health
Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott
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About Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott, Heart Surgeon

Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott is a thoracic surgeon in Orlando, Florida, affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Morton Plant Hospital and AdventHealth Orlando. He received his medical degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine and has practiced for over 20 years.

Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott has expertise in treating heart valve surgery, and heart bypass surgery, among other conditions - see all areas of expertise. Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott accepts Medicare, Aetna, Humana, Cigna, Blue Cross, and United Healthcare - see other insurance plans accepted. Patients highly recommend Dr. Jeffrey N. Bott.

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Speciality In

Heart Surgeon
Cardiac and thoracic surgeons specialize in treating diseases affecting the chest, lungs, esophagus, and heart. Although these surgeons have the same general training and are certified by the same board, they treat different patients. Cardiac surgeons treat heart problems, including heart disease, heart transplants and heart failure. Thoracic surgeons treat issues of the lungs, such as lung cancer or emphysema.

Subspeciality

  • Adult Cardiac Surgery
  • Cardiovascular Surgery
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(321) 841-7700
Address
1414 Kuhl Ave., Orlando, Florida
ZIP Code
32806

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