Steven Hefter

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Steven Bruce Hefter (born c. 1957) is a former cardiologist who pleaded guilty to federal charges of dispensing controlled substances without a legitimate medical purpose in connection with a pain clinic in Moody.

Hefter attended the University of Wisconsin and earned his medical degree at the George Washington School of Medicine in 1983. He completed his residency through Wayne State University Hospital in 1986. He lost his license to practice medicine in West Virginia in 2004 for unprofessional and unethical conduct.

He has practiced as a specialist in treatment for opioid addiction as CEO of The Life Group in Hoover, Anniston and Decatur. He also earned income as a sports official and by driving for Uber.


  • Robinson, Carol (October 27, 2017) "Vestavia Hills doctor charged in federal 'pill mill' case." The Birmingham News