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Gould Medical Group
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University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
The University of Michigan Hospitals
The University of Michigan Hospitals
Barnes Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine
Adult congenital heart clinic, Anti-arrhythmic drug therapy, Arrhythmia, Atrial fibrillation evaluation and management, Biventricular pacing (cardiac resynchronization therapy), Cardiac catheterization (coronary angiography), Cardiac critical care, Cardiac pacing and device implantation,
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Committee Chair for IRB and Cardiology Department Chair at Memorial Hospital. Involved in research protocols at Sutter Gould Medical Foundation and Memorial Hospital.
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Philosophy of Care
In my practice, I seek to involve my patients as much as possible in the their care while providing timely and effective cardiac evaluation and management services. I believe that lifestyles and diets are the foundation and source of both health and disease. I also believe the best care possbile can only be provided when patients understand their health problems and are partners in the process of healthcare. A personalized and individualized approach to the evaluation and treatment of cardiac issues is my goal with each patient.
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