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Cam F. Campbell
Patient Rating
4.9 / 5 (Based on 315 Reviews)

Cam F. Campbell, MD, FACC

Specialties: Oncology and Cardiology

Schedule an Appointment

To schedule an appointment with Cam F. Campbell, please call 319-832-2328

Areas of Interest

Cardio-Oncology Services

Education and Training


University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine


University of Iowa


University of Iowa

Honors, Awards, etc.

2016 Mentor/Educator Award winner, one of Mercy's Annual Provider Awards


Board Certified in Non-Invasive and Interventional Cardiology

Personal Interests

Family, sailing, biking, hiking and skiing. Has sailed from New Zealand to Tahiti twice and hiked Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Patient Reviews

September 03, 2022
I have been so impressed by the way Dr. Campbell and Dr. Stroh communicate and discuss symptoms and/or concerns I have and that Dr. Campbell is so aware of a variety of possible causes and concerns that I am experiencing related to how cancer meds affect not only my cardiac care, but my overall health. I also appreciate the degree in which he listens to me and communicates in depth, yet in an easy to understand way!
August 15, 2022
Dr Cam showed me my pictures and went over a concern he had and explained what it could be and what they could do about it but after reviewing it further with me and looking at more previous pictures it was not an issue. Very good at explaining it and makes you feel comfortable and glad he went the extra step to show me and look further
August 11, 2022
Did not even listen to my heart, check for swelling (didn't touch me!)or talk about bleeding
August 10, 2022
You leave this office feeling you had the best of care.
July 07, 2022
Dr Campbell is an excellent cardiologist who has treated me for many years. Always friendly and open to questions, carefully answering them and even drawing illustrations when needed. I highly recommend Dr Campbell and have complete condidence in him. Hall Perrine is blessed to have acquired his services.
June 09, 2022
My care provider cares and listens to my concerns.
June 02, 2022
Dr. Campbell is very attentive. He takes the time to listen to all my concerns and he answers all of my questions. He's a very personable and likable doctor.
April 27, 2022
Dr Campbell is an excellent caring cardiologist. He has provided medical care to me for many years and has earned my trust and admiration for his knowledge and genuine care of his patients.
April 25, 2022
Very satisfied
April 11, 2022
Always very transparent about my care and journey! I have already recommended people to Hall Perrine!
April 11, 2022
Always explains everything clearly
March 30, 2022
Honestly one of the best doctors I've ever talked to.
March 29, 2022
Dr listened to my concerns and is acting on them
March 18, 2022
Dr. Campbell is an excellent doctor would recommend him to anyone he listens very friendly
March 15, 2022
Dr Cam is awesome as is his staff!
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Provider's Contact Information

Mercy Cardiology Clinic website


Patient Stories

Woman's heart attack leads to healthy lifestyle changes

The end of February means the end of American Heart Month, but that doesn't mean you should forget about your heart health. According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease remains the leading global cause of death with nearly 18 million deaths each year. Read more from KCRG TV-9, Feb. 27, 2018.

Life-Saving Teamwork

One minute Chris Ward was unloading camping gear; the next minute, an aortic aneurysm stopped him in his tracks. Today, the 30-year-old Anamosa man is thankful for the remarkable collaboration of highly skilled cardiologists, led by Mercy Medical Center, who saved his life. Read more.

Tick... Tick... Tick...

What you don’t know could hurt you. If you don’t understand what the numbers mean in your cholesterol and glucose results, you could be a ticking time bomb for heart disease – the No. 1 killer of men and women in the U.S. Read more.

Saving Time, Saving Lives

The first symptoms didn’t fit the stereotypical heart attack. Instead of the distinct chest pain often associated with heart attacks, Bill Elkington’s first sign that something wasn’t right began in his arms. Read more.

Winning the Race of His Life

Don Kearney has an impressive athletic resume. He’s run six marathons, six half-marathons, four triathlons, plays on an adult hockey league and works out several times a week. From all appearances he’s the picture of health. But, in early 2014, his family history caught up with him. Read more.