Have you registered for the Philadelphia Cardiovascular Summit?

Main Line Health Colleagues,

Just a couple weeks left until #PhilaCVSummit 2018! Have you registered yet?

Join us for the Philadelphia Cardiovascular Summit which is being held at the Sofitel Philadelphia on November 2nd and 3rd.

Registration discounts for this CME-certified course are being offered to Main Line Health physicians, clinical and non-clinical staff. One day registration will also be available onsite.

Check out Saturday’s sessions that will be delivered by some of North America’s experts in the field of cardiovascular disease.

The morning session will kick-off with our very own, Dr. Bill Gray who will moderate “Controversies in the management of functional mitral valve regurgitation” with lectures by Drs. Andy Boyle, Michael Acker and Isaac George.

Then, take a deep dive into “Coronary Controversies” moderated by Dr. Fran Sutter.   Dr. Sutter has assembled an impressive line-up with presentations by Drs. Antonis Pratsos, Joseph Sabik, Joseph McGinn, Bob Kiaii and John Puskas. 

Spotlight on “Aortic controversies” moderated by David Cohen, MD beginning with the genetics of Aortic Aneurysm disease by one of the world’s leading experts, Reed Pyeritz, MD, PhD.  Then, discuss the current guidelines for treating thoracic aortic disease with Eric Isselbacher, MD and Large Cell Vasculitis with Jeffrey Olin, DO.

Ending the afternoons session with “Vascular controversies”, moderated by Dr. Alexander Uribe, features lectures by Prashanth Vallabhajosyula MD, Benjamin Jackson MD, Paul DiMuzio MD, Joseph Lombardi MD and Konstadinos Plestis, MD covering the current management of aortic dissections and options for treating both thoracic and aortic aneurysms.

View the Full Program

If you have any questions or need further information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our Summit organizer, Cathy Mikelson at 610.202.2813.


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