The Philadelphia Cardiovascular Summit 2017 will be held on November 17-18 at the Sofitel Hotel Philadelphia. The CME-certified course will bring together some of the region’s most esteemed leaders to address current guidelines for — and advances in — the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Course director is Dinos Plestis, MD, System chief, Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, MLH, and course co-director is William Gray, MD, System chief, Cardiovascular Disease, MLH.
Keynote speaker will be Joseph Bavaria, MD, vice chief, Division of Cardiovascular Surgery, Penn Medicine on Cardiovascular outcomes reporting; An informed public, naked practitioners, and unintended consequences.
Topics to be covered at the two-day Summit include mitral and aortic valve disease, arrhythmia, heart failure and thoracic aortic disease. We encourage physicians and allied health professionals from Main Line Health to attend. Also, there is the option to register for one day at ½ off the two day rate.
For the complete agenda and list of speakers, as well as registration information, see https://www.mainlinehealth.org/pcs