Richard Rattin, D.O., has been selected for Mercy Heart Center/Mason City Clinic and A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine’s cardiology fellowship training program. This three-year fellowship includes comprehensive cardiovascular training experiences through a variety of hospital and clinical settings.
Dr. Rattin will train with Mercy Heart Center/Mason City Clinic cardiologists, who serve as faculty for the fellowship program. They include: Byron Beasley, M.D., Samuel Congello, D.O., Matthew Flemming, M.D., Peter Kluge, D.O., James Reeder, D.O., Michael Sarik, D.O., James Tatkon-Coker, M.D., and Gino Zadeii, M.D. Mercy’s comprehensive heart program also includes a cardiac surgeon, Daniel Waters, D.O.
Dr. Rattin completed his internal medicine residency at Metro Health Hospital, Wyoming, Michigan; received his medical degree from Kansas City University of Medical and Bioscience in Kansas City, Missouri; and his Masters of Public Health from A.T. Still University, Kirksville, Missouri. Dr. Rattin and his wife, Christine, live in Mason City.