Deborah’s chief electrophysiologist Raffaele Corbisiero, MD, was featured on Hurley in the Morning and gave a veritable clinic on Atrial Fibrillation (A-Fib).
Dr. Kulpreet Barn appeared on “Hurley in the Morning” to discuss all of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of heart failure.
KYW’s Rasa Kaye talks with pulmonologist Andrew Martin, MD, about the current understanding of COVID’s impact on the lungs.
Vice-President of Government and Community Relations, Christine Carlson-Glazer, was on Hurley in the Morning, where she discussed the HeroCare Connect program, a partnership between Deborah and Cooper University Health Care.
The chair of our Cardiology department, Dr. Vincent Pompili, talks in detail about the ways COVID-19 directly and indirectly injures the heart muscle, the long-term effects, vaccines, and other ways we can strengthen our defenses.
Dr. Vincent Varghese was a guest on the Hurley in the Morning podcast this week to discuss the signs and symptoms of this condition, and how it can prevented and treated at Deborah Heart and Lung Center.
Dr. Andrew Martin, Deborah’s Chair of Pulmonary Medicine, was the featured guest on Hurley in the Morning, and he was there to discuss an important topic: how COVID damages the lungs.
The director of the Women’s Heart Center at Deborah, Renee Bullock-Palmer, MD, was featured on the Deborah Health Report on Hurley in morning, where she gave a detailed rundown of the heart disease risks that women face.
Health experts put the death toll worldwide for the novel coronavirus at a stunning 2 million in January 2021. As distressing as that number is, it’s a fraction of the toll of heart-related fatalities.
The chairman of the Department of Cardiology at Deborah Dr. Vincent Pompili was a guest on Harry Hurley’s morning show today, where he discussed the long-term effects of COVID-19 and the vaccine.
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