Dr. Mitchell Mutter, M.D., FACC received his medical degree from UT-Memphis. The former UT football player did his internship and residency training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and later served as chief of cardiology at Eisenhower Medical Center at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Ga. He was named the Tennessee Medical Association’s Outstanding Physician in 2007, and also received the Medical Staff Meritorious Service Award from the Tennessee Hospital Association in 2007. He received the 2012 Distinguished Physicians Award from Erlanger Baroness Foundation.
Dr. Mutter is a former president of the Hamilton County Medical Society, the Tennessee Heart Association, the Hamilton County Medical Foundation, and the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners. He also founded the Children’s Nutrition Program of Haiti, an effort he established after his first trip to that country in 1988 to provide medical services and develop a grassroots nutrition program.