Dr. Noel Peterson, M.D. FACC
Greenville, NC Cardiologist for Men and Women Of All Ages
Call 252-757-3333 for an Appointment at
Eastern Cardiology, PA

Dr. Noel Peterson specializes in Female Cardiology and Women’s Heart Health. She received her medical degree from Saba University located in the Netherlands, and served her Internship and Residency here in Greenville at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. Having completed her Cardiology Fellowship at Brody, Dr. Peterson currently serves as the Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Services and Preventative Cardiology and as Director for Cardiac Rehabilitation for the East Carolina Heart Institute.

Dr. Peterson is an active participant in community outreach events, include leadership in each February’s Go Red activities to publicize and promote heart health. She also is team chairperson for the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk each year. Her articles appear in the Pitt County Women’s Journal magazine. You can read her articles on this website and online at www.pcwomensjournal.com



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Office information:

Eastern Cardiology

Park Place Professional Center

2090 W Arlington Blvd, Suite B

Greenville, NC 27834

Ph: 252-757-3333 / 252-758-3000

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