Stephanie Coulter, M.D.
Cardiology & Echocardiography
As a long-time advocate of Women’s Health, Dr. Stephanie Coulter promotes the development of diagnostic tools, treatments, and prevention strategies that can improve cardiovascular care for women. She serves as THI’s Assistant Medical Director, founding Director of the Women’s Center for Heart & Vascular Health, Director of Cardiology Education, and Program Director of the THI Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship. Dr. Coulter graduated from Texas A&M and earned her medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School in Houston. She completed her internship and residency at Harvard Medical School Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston and completed a fellowship in General Cardiology at Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital before pursuing an advanced Echocardiography fellowship at Massachusetts General as well as a fellowship in Clinical Epidemiology and clinical trials at Harvard Brigham and Women’s. She is a member of many professional societies, including the AMA, American College of Physicians, American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association.
She is the best cardiologist in Houston, saved my life. Despite being a very busy woman and stretched thin because she wears so many hats, she was with me every step of the way through my heart failure and made sure I was taken cared of and prioritized. Truly Awesome lady.
– Jeff H.
This doc is such a lovely lady! Very smart woman! I feel safe with her—she seems to understand my rare issues and is sensitive to me.
– Barbara T.
I have been to heart specialists in several states. There is no one like Stephanie Coulter anywhere! Her "spot-on" diagnosis, connections to the best doctors in any field, and ability to have them by your side immediately is unbelievable! She views you as a cohesive whole and understands the linking of symptoms between various organs. She has guided my complicated medical incidences with precision and kindness with spectacular results! I consider her my brilliant doctor and caring friend!
– Barbara C.
Outstanding doctor, saved my wife's life after she went into cardiogenic shock. Very dedicated to her patients and explains things well. We had a cardio doctor in Pasadena, but I just didn't feel comfortable with his hospital, not him. I decided that if anything happened to my wife it would happen at the medical center. I wanted a doctor that specialized in the female heart and after reading reviews, we ended up at the Texas Heart Institute and Dr. Coulter.
– James C.