Elizabeth Mitchell, MD, is a Pediatric Cardiologist at Dayton Children's Hospital. Dr. Mitchell was raised in Cincinnati, OH. She graduated magna cum laude from Loyola Univeristy of Chicago in Illinois. She then completed her medical school education at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She completed both her pediatric residency and Cardiology fellowship at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, with advanced training in fetal cardiology. After completing her fellowship, Dr. Mitchell joined the pediatric cardiology practice at Dayton Children's Hospital. Dr. Mitchell is board certified in both pediatrics and pediatric cardiology. When asked why she chose to specialize in cardiology she responded "I enjoy the challenge of cardiology - every patient is unique and different." One of her favorite things about pediatric cardiology is the opportunity to care for a patient, and their family, before they are even born through fetal cardiology.
Scheduling in-person appointments for new patients only. For follow-up, second opinion or video visit appointments, please call 937-641-4000
education and training
- medical school: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
- internship: Nationwide Children's Hospital
- residency: Nationwide Children's Hospital - Pediatrics
- fellowship: Nationwide Children's Hospital - Pediatric Cardiology
- board certification: Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology
publications and presentations
publications in peer reviewed journals
- Mitchell EA, Gomez D, Joy BF, Fernandez RP, Cheatham JP, Galantowicz M, Cua CL. ECMO: Incidence and Outcomes of Patients Undergoing the Hybrid Procedure. Congenital Heart Disease. Volume 11, Issue 2; pp 169-174, March/April 2016.
- Mitchell EA, Berman DP, McConnell PI, Buber J. Aortic root thrombosis with coronary embolization following neo-aortic reconstruction in a child with hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Interactive Journal of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery. Volume 21; pp 249-251. August 2015.
- Mitchell EA, Cheatham JP, Sisk JM, Nicholson L, Holzer R, Galantowicz M, Cua CL. Neutrophil/Lymphocyte Ratio and Association with Arch Intervention in Patients with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Undergoing Hybrid Procedure. Congenital Heart Disease. Volume 9, Issue 6; pp 543-548. December 2014.
- Backes FJ, Mitchell E, Hampel H, Cohn DE. Endometrial cancer patients and compliance with genetic counseling: room for improvement. Gynecologic Oncology; 123(3):532-6. December 2011.
- Mitchell EA, Gomez D, joy BF, Fernandez RP, Cheatham JP, Galantowicz M, Cua CL. ECMO: Incidence and Outcomes of Patients Undergoing the Hybrid Procedure. Poster presentation at Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society, December 2015; Houston, TX.
- Mitchell EA, Cheatham JP, Sisk JM, Nicholson L, Holzer R, Galantowicz M, Cua CL. Neutrophil/Lymphocyte Ratio and Association with Arch Intervention in Patients with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome undergoing Hybrid Procedure. Poster presentation at American College of Cardiology, March 2014; Washington, D.C.
awards, honors and organizations
honors and awards
- Kinder Key Fellow - August 2016
- Department of Pediatrics Award - June 2011
- Clinical Excellence Award - June 2011
- Senior Medical Student Achievement Award - September 2010
- Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society - Inducted September 2010
- OSU College of Medicine Professionalism Award - July 2010
- American College of Cardiology, 2014-Present
Acute rheumatic fever, Aortic stenosis, Atrial septal defect, Atrioventricular septal defect, Cardiac arrhythmias, Cardiomyopathy, Chest pain, Coarctation of the aorta, Congenital heart disease, Double outlet right ventricle, Endocarditis, Epstein's anomaly, Fetal heart conditions, Heart murmurs, Hypoplastic left heart syndrome, Kawasaki disease, Marfan syndrome, Palpitations, Patent ductus arteriosis (PDA), Patent foramen ovale (PFO), Pulmonary atresia, Pulmonary stenosis, Single ventricles, Syncope, Tetralogy of Fallot, Total anomalous pulmonary venous return, Transportation of the great vessels, Tricuspis atresia, Truncus arteriosis, Ventricular septal defect