Jarett D. Berry, MD, is a board-certified cardiologist who sees adult inpatients at UT Health Tyler. He is a general cardiologist focused on the prevention of cardiovascular disease. As an academic cardiologist he is able to integrate his scientific interests and research with the practice of medicine. His research has established that a healthy lifestyle in mid-life is associated with a markedly lower risk for cardiovascular outcomes across the lifespan, and he works with patients to help treat risk factors and adopt lifestyle patterns to prevent the development of risk factors in the future.
“Preventing heart disease is like saving for retirement,” says Dr. Berry. “The little changes we make early in life can have a profound impact decades later.”
When not seeing patients, Dr. Berry enjoys sharing his love of fly fishing and the Dallas Cowboys with his wife and children.
American Board of Cardiovascular Medicine, Board Certification
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Doctor of Medicine:
UT Southwestern Medical School
Master of Science:
Bachelor of Science:
American Heart Association, Member
American Heart Association, Epidemiology Leadership Committee