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James Whiteneck , MD

Thoracic & Cardiac Surgeon

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  • Bio & Insurance Information

    Dr. James Whiteneck is a thoracic and cardiac surgeon from Fort Smith, Arkansas and he works at Mercy Hospital Fort Smith. He got his diploma from University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and did his residency in Thoracic Surgery at Washington University - Barnes-Jewish Hospital and General Surgery at Vanderbilt University. The doctor is certified in Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery and has an experience of more than 20 years.

  • Education & Training


    Washington University - Barnes-Jewish Hospital



    Vanderbilt University



    University of Oklahoma College of Medicine

    Medical School

    Honors & Awards

    ACS Fellow

    CMS Stage 1 EHR 2013

  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Thoracic Surgery - Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery

  • Hospital & Practice

    Mercy Hospital

    Languages: English/Spanish

    (405) 755-1515

    4300 W Memorial Rd

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120

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  • Publications & Memberships

    Dr. James Whiteneck has contributed to 4 publications.

    Acute changes in renal function: validation of a simple isotopic technique for the measurement of renal clearance.

    Whiteneck, J. M., Powell, C. S., Abumrad, N. N., Dunbar, L. L., Dean, R. H.; Curr Surg. 1983 Sep 01.

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    Operative management of renovascular hypertension. Results after a follow-up of fifteen to twenty-three years.

    Dean, R. H., Krueger, T. C., Whiteneck, J. M., Dupont, B., Foster, J. H., Smith, B. M., Hollifield, J. W., Oates, J. A.; J Vasc Surg. 1984 Jan.

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    Carcinoma of the breast in the extremes of age.

    Adkins, R. B., Whiteneck, J. M., Woltering, E.; South Med J. 1984 May.

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    Penetrating chest wall and thoracic injuries.

    Adkins, R. B., Whiteneck, J. M., Woltering, E. A.; Am Surg. 1985 Mar 01.

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