Dr. Tabitha Moe graduated magna cum laude from William Jennings Bryan College with a major in Biology. She attended the University of Missouri – Kansas City for Medical School, and Internal Medicine Residency. She completed an Internal Medicine Chief Residency also at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. She completed a Fellowship and served a Chief Cardiology Fellow in Cardiovascular Diseases at Banner – Good Samaritan.
She completed her training at Phoenix Children’s Hospital with a primary focus in Adult Congenital Heart Disease. Her primary interests include the care and transition of adolescents and adults with congenital heart disease.
She additionally focuses on women in cardiovascular diseases and pregnancy in cardiovascular disease. Pulmonary hypertension is another interest, as well as a focus of research for her as well. She maintains active research in congenital heart disease, Down Syndrome, single ventricle disease, and pulmonary hypertension. Dr. Moe is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, and Adult Congenital Heart Disease.