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Board certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Interventional Cardiology, Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology, Dr. Snyder has practiced with HeartPlace at Medical City Dallas since 1996. He received his medical degree from UT Southwestern Medical School where he also completed his residency and fellowship. He formally was on the Board of Directors for the UT Southwestern Medical Foundation and served as Chairman of the the Board of Trustees for the Texas Medical Association. He currently serves President elect of the TMA, Chairman of ASPEN specialty physician network, Vice Chairman of Cardiovascular Provider Resources, and as President of HeartPlace.
At Medical City, Dr. Snyder has served as Chairman of the Department of Medicine, President of the Medical Staff and on the Board of Trustees. He is also a leader in his professional societies. On the national level, at the American College of Cardiology in Washington D.C., he was a member of the Board of Governors and the Quality Strategic Directions Committee. More locally, he was President of the Texas chapter of the American College of Cardiology in Austin for three years. Most recently, in 2012, as President of the Dallas County Medical Society, he helped lead Dallas County’s response to the West Nile epidemic. Quoting Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins: "Few leaders affect public health in their lives as much as Dr. Snyder did the year he served as President of the Dallas County Medical Society...Based largely on the advocacy of a physician leader I'd never met before the afternoon of my decision, I declared a State of Emergency and ordered aerial spraying in Dallas County for the first time since 1966."
This year, Dr. Snyder continues to serve DCMS as a member of the North Texas Mass Casualty Critical Task Force, and as a member of the Dallas County Health and Human Services Public Health Advisory Committee. Additionally Dr Snyder is a member of the Contractor Advisory Committee for Novitas, the local Medicare administrator for the Texas region. Dr Snyder is also the chairman of the board of Directors of Aspen Physcian Network, PLLC. Aspen is a network of over 400 independent specialty physicians serving North Texas whose goal is to achieve better patient care and outcomes at a lower cost to employers, payers, and patients.
Dr. Snyder is particularly active in medical advocacy and serves on the board of directors for the political action committees for the American College of Cardiology, Texas Medical Association, and the Society of Cardiac Angiography and Intervention: ACCPAC, TexPAC, and SCAIPAC. He furthermore is legislative chairman for the Texas Chapter American College of Cardiology, and is vice chairman for the National Physician Council for Health Care Policy in DC “The classic vision of a doctor as an advocate for our patients has to be much more than just words. We physicians will have almost as much impact on the care our patients receive in legislative chambers and regulators’ offices as exam rooms and operating rooms,” he says. “We need to make the capital buildings in Austin and DC as familiar as our own hospitals! As clinicians, we treat one patient at a time, but as physician advocates, we can help everyone.”
This marks the fourteenth consecutive year that Dr Snyder has been honored as a Super Doctor® in Texas Monthly. He also has been recognized by D Magazine fourteen times as one of the Best Doctors in Dallas (appearing on the cover in 2009).
In 2017 he received DCEO Excellence in Healthcare Awards "Outstanding Healthcare Practitioner" award.
Raised in Dallas, he attended Jesuit College Prep. Dr. Snyder subsequently graduated from Notre Dame majoring in French and continues to be an ardent fan of the Fighting Irish. He and his wife, Dr. Shelley Hall, have five children.
Medical School: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX
Residency Training: Parkland Memorial Hospital, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX
Fellowship: Parkland Memorial Hospital, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX
Specialties: Cardiovascular Diseases, Preventive and interventional Cardiology, Advanced Heart Failure, Transplant Cardiology, Ventricular Assist Devices
Board Certifications: Cardiovascular Diseases, Interventional Cardiology, Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology
Professional Societies: American College of Cardiology, Texas Medical Association, Dallas County Medical Society
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Medical School: Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas, University of
Graduation Year: 1987
Professional Webpage: www.heartplace.com
DCEO Excellence In Healthcare AwardsOutstanding Healthcare Practitioner, DCEO Magazine, 2017
D magazine's Best Doctor RecognitionBest Doctor, D Magazine, 2017
President, Dallas County Medical Society, 2012
Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology
President Elect, Texas Medical Association2022
Chairman of the Board, Aspen Physician Network, PLLC2017
Chairman, Board of Trustees, Texas Medical Association2015
President , Dallas County Medical Society2012
D Magazine Article regarding Dallas' Fight against West Nile epidemic.
University of Notre Dame1983
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