Medical Director of Percutaneous Vavle Progam, Program Director, Structural Heart Fellowship
Baylor Scott and White: The Heart Hospital Plano@mszerlip
Dr. Molly Szerlip is the Medical Director of the Percutaneous Valve Program and the Program Director for the Structural Fellowship and Cardiology Fellowships at Baylor Scott & White/The Heart Hospital in Plano, TX. Dr. Szerlip practices at Baylor Scott & White-The Heart Group in Plano, TX. Dr. Szerlip was an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Arizona before moving to Texas and joining The Heart Group.
While at the University of Arizona, Dr. Szerlip helped develop the structural heart program which was highlighted by the first percutaneous aortic valve program in Tucson. She was also Director of the Coronary Hybrid Revascularization program where she worked closely with the cardiothoracic surgeons in the combination of stenting the coronaries and robotic bypass. She is an expert in percutaneous assist devices,as well as percutaneous procedures and devices for valve disease and lectures at major meetings about this technology.
In 2015, Dr. Szerlip was chosen by The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) to participate in the Emerging Leader Mentorship (ELM) Program. As a member of this highly select group of physicians, Dr. Szerlip participated in a two-year mentorship program designed to further develop her skills as a leader in medicine, ambassador for her specialty, and advocate for her patients. She is now the publications chair for SCAI and she sits on the board of trustees for SCAI.