Philadelphia Business Journal includes comments from Dr. Riti Patel, Cardiologist at Lankenau Heart Institute, who said, “Education leads not only to better jobs, but to longer, healthier lives.”
CBS3 interviewed Lankenau Medical Center internist Dr. David Targan, who outlined symptoms of frostbite.
A new study finds that women who have undergone lumpectomies for breast cancer may be able to shorten the length of time it takes to get radiation therapy treatments. The … Continue Reading →
CBS3 reports that Dr. David Targan with Main Line Health says, “A lot of pharmacies in the area are unable to provide this for our patients.”
Nurse.com reports that nurses improved patient outcomes at all seven participating hospitals, including Lankenau Medical Center.
Mark Pressman, who works at Lankenau Medical Center’s Sleep Medicine Services, said he recommends patients stay off devices for an extended period before trying to fall asleep. Read more from … Continue Reading →
Thanks to technological advancements, cancer treatment has improved greatly over the years, both in providing patients more convenient and comfortable options, and in better targeting and treating their cancer. Still, … Continue Reading →
Vishnu Potluri, MD, MPH (Lankenau Medical Center), Peter Reese, MD MSCE (University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine),and their colleagues looked to see whether the current national kidney allocation policy … Continue Reading →
Dr. Plestis, who most recently served as Director of Aortic Surgery and the Aortic Wellness Center at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, brings more than 20 years of … Continue Reading →
Main Line Today reports that Main Line Health Cardiologist and fiction writer Dr. Kowey will discuss his third murder mystery novel, The Empty Net, at New Horizons Senior Center.