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Natalie Hoeting, MD

Natalie Hoeting, MD

Board-Certified Cardiologist

Dr. Natalie Hoeting graduated medical school at Emory University, Georgia. She then completed her internal medicine residency and cardiovascular disease fellowship at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, where she worked in multiple different care settings including Parkland, Clements University Hospital, and the Veteran’s Association. During residency and fellowship, she served as a coauthor on multiple scientific research papers and quality improvement initiatives in preventative cardiology, advanced cardiovascular imaging, and education.

With a comprehensive medical education and specialized training, Dr. Hoeting possesses the knowledge and skills necessary to provide exceptional cardiac care to patients. She is a dedicated and compassionate non-invasive general cardiologist with a strong interest in women’s heart health, preventative cardiology, and advanced cardiovascular imaging, echocardiography, stress testing, and electrocardiography, Dr. Hoeting diagnoses and manages a wide range of cardiovascular conditions. With a particular focus on women’s heart health, she is dedicated to addressing the unique cardiovascular needs of women, including risk assessment, prevention, and treatment of heart disease. Through comprehensive evaluations and personalized treatment plans, Dr. Hoeting empowers women to prioritize their heart health.

Furthermore, Dr. Hoeting is committed to preventative cardiology, offering guidance and interventions to help patients reduce their risk of developing heart disease. By emphasizing lifestyle modifications, risk factor management, and individualized treatment plans, Dr. Hoeting aims to empower patients to make informed decisions and take charge of their cardiovascular health. She strongly believes in the importance of education and in providing patients with the tools and resources they need to lead heart-healthy lives.

In addition, Dr. Hoeting is experienced in advanced cardiovascular imaging, including cardiac CT angiography, and PET/CT, to enhance diagnostic accuracy and guide treatment decisions and enable comprehensive state-of-the-art care.

Dr. Hoeting believes in establishing strong doctor-patient relationships built on trust, open communication, and mutual respect. By actively listening to patient concerns, Dr. Hoeting develops personalized treatment plans that prioritize their unique needs and goals. She is dedicated to empowering patients with the knowledge and support they need to make informed decisions about their cardiac health, encouraging them to take an active role in their well-being.

Her outside interests include watching football and baseball, and spending time with her husband and twin daughters.



  • Cardiovascular Disease (Board-Eligible)
  • Echocardiography (Board-Eligible)
  • Nuclear Cardiology (Board-Eligible)
  • Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (Board-Eligible)
  • Internal Medicine


  • Texas Health Heart & Vascular Hospital
  • Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital


  • Fellowship, Cardiology: UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX
  • Residency, Internal Medicine: UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX
  • Internship, Internal Medicine: UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX
  • Medical School, MD Degree: Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
  • Graduate, Master of Public Health, Epidemiology: Rollins School of Public Health, Atlanta, GA
  • Undergraduate, Bachelor of Science Biochemistry/BA Classics (Summa Cum Laude): Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY


  • Transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiograms
  • Cardiac stress tests
  • Cardiac CT angiography
  • Cardiac CT structural imaging


  • Session Leader: Led medical student small group sessions teaching cardiology skills, including EKG interpretation and echocardiography performance (2021–Present)
  • Orientation Coordinator: Organized a dozen orientation lectures for incoming cardiovascular disease fellows (2021)
  • Writer: Contributed to bi-monthly primary literature evaluation of Journal Watch, a resident-led online journal (2017–2019)
  • Editor: Served as editor to bi-monthly primary literature evaluation of Journal Watch, a resident-led online journal (2019–2020)   


Presentations & Abstracts ​


  • Hoeting, N, Oster, M. “Systolic Ejection Click vs. Split S1: Are Our Ears Deceiving Us?” Abstract accepted for oral presentation at American Academy of Pediatrics annual meeting, October 2016.


  • Hoeting, N. “Pre-operative Clearance: A Risky Business”.  January 2022.


  • Hoeting, N. “Racial and Social Determinants of Health in the Congenital Heart Disease Population". April 2021.


  • Analyzed coronary artery calcium on CT scans to improve cardiac preventative care across multiple centers. Developed analysis plan; first author on manuscript. July 2022–2023.


  • Collaborated with internal medicine residents to establish a standardized echocardiography teaching curriculum; led didactics and hands-on sessions. August 2022–2023.


  • Created medical education initiative to expand and standardize echocardiography curriculum for cardiology fellows. Selected dozens of high-quality echocardiography exams for a foundational lecture series. January 2022–2023.


  • Analyzed Dallas Heart Study using novel Liposcience algorithm for improved characterization of HDL particle sizes. Abstract written and presented at multiple research meetings in 2018. November 2017–June 2019.


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