St. George’s University School of Medicine Award Scholarships to the Exceptional

St. George’s University is proud to announce that in the January 2011 School of Medicine entering class, 46 students were awarded prestigious scholarships. The University has awarded the prestigious Chancellor’s Circle of the Legacy of Excellence (CCLOE) Scholarship to 24 medical students and the Legacy of Excellence (LOE) scholarships to 22 highly-qualified students, over a dozen of whom will spend their first year in the Keith B. Taylor Global Scholar’s Program in Newcastle, UK.

“No other school I applied to had a program remotely similar to the KBTGSP. My experiences have been great so far and I feel that this moment will be a cherished memory once I begin to practice medicine,” commented scholarship recipient, Clifton Espinoza. “I would like to thank St. George’s University for giving me the opportunity to be part of this amazing program.” Another scholarship recipient, Bhumi Patel explained why she chose to attend the University, “SGU provides thorough medical education and fully prepares its students without excessive tuition-something that U.S. medical schools cannot offer. I am also impressed by the Chancellor’s belief regarding medical education and medical school admission.”

The scholarship recipients were awarded based on academic merit and their commitment to their school and to their chosen profession. The CCLOE scholarship is automatically awarded to the first 50 accepted students fulfilling the minimum requirements of an undergraduate 3.7 cumulative GPA, 3.5 science GPA, and total score of 29 on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). This elite group of students will receive one-third tuition scholarships toward their entire four year medical education. Since the LOE scholarship was first created in 2003, the University has awarded over $5.6 million in tuition scholarships to over 200 students in its Schools of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

Although the students just beginning their first term of rigorous study, Dean of Enrollment Planning and University Registrar Margaret Lambert looks towards a bright future. “We are happy to reward the hard work and dedication of these students and support them in fulfilling their dreams.” St. George’s University has created these elite scholarships to award partial-tuition scholarships to entering students who demonstrate the commitment and dedication but may not have the means to achieve their dreams. “We look forward to the future contributions our students will make to the medical profession as a result of their education at St. George’s University.”

St. George’s University is dedicated to making a unique international medical education accessible to the best and brightest students from all over the world – regardless of circumstance. The University offers a wide variety of institutional scholarships designed to recognize academic excellence and the University has awarded over $100 million dollars in scholarships to more than 5,000 students over the years.

January 2011 Chancellor’s Circle Legacy of Excellence Awardees

Anthony Saad
Ashwani Gore
Bhumi Patel
Brijesh Patel
Clifton Espinoza
Diako Amirhamzeh
Erin Little
Farzin bagheri
Kee Hyon Eom
Maneesh Kanal
Matthew Campbell
Moh’d Wasim Mansoor Sandra Guerguis
Silpa Somepalli
Sinziana Mahalean
Srikanthi Kopuri
Syed Hussaini
Usman Shehzad
Wallisa Roberts
William Nickles
William Raoofi
Yulya Kozlova
Zachary Port Zeshan Jilani

January 2011 Legacy of Excellence Awardees

Aadit Patel
Alena Naumova
Amandeep Singh
Caitlin Mulholland-Olson
Christopher Folterman
Daniel Breznau
Daniel Hillman
Darcy Bains
Edward Mulligan
Gloria Lee
Grace Stephan Iram Ashraf
Lisa Kim
Megha Patel
Natalie Pozzi
Natasha Adlakha
Reenal Patel
Sachin Patel
Sahbaz Ahmed
Saumya Rachakonda
Sejal Kothadia
Tuongman Phan

SGU Grad Reviving House Calls in New York Pediatric Practice

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Dr. Edward Kulich, a St. George’s University School of Medicine graduate, has an office that never closes. As a Concierge House Call Pediatrician, Dr. Kulich is available to answer calls around the clock about children’s health concerns and will come to your home for anything from high fevers to ear infections and stitches. In a recent article in The Wall Street Journal , Dr. Kulich commented on his unique practice. “Practicing medicine this way �spending more time with a patient�enables me to be a better doctor and to get to know the patient better as a whole,” he said. “There’s only so much you can do within the constraints of a 10-minute visit.”

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St. George’s Dedicates New Cardiology Centre

Aid in Reducing the High Morbidity and Mortality Rate Linked to Cardiovascular Disease

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A proud moment for St. George’s University was the dedication of its Cardiology Centre on November 22. This opening of the centre, facilitated by the partnership between the Grand Anse Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church, has been much anticipated. Now cardiology services will be available in an easily accessible, central, and disability-friendly 2400 sq. ft. facility. The medical centre will also house the University’s Visiting Cardiology Program, which has historically provided quality health care at no cost to patients.

The cardiology center offers cardiac consultations, electrocardiography (ECG) testing, two-dimensional echocardiogram, exercise stress tests, and pacemaker interrogations. St. George’s alumni as well as non-alumni will continue to facilitate pacemaker implantations and interrogations at Grenada’s General hospital and conduct further testing and services through the Visiting Cardiology Program. The Cardiology Centre’s purchase of a new echocardiogram machine and exercise stress testing equipment with PC based software was made possible by a generous $56,000 USD donation from local electricity company, Grenada Electricity Services Limited (GESL).

Dr. Johansen Sylvester, Coordinator of the Visiting Cardiology Program as well as 2,000 graduate of St. George’s University, was instrumental in seeing the Cardiology Center come to fruition. As chair of the dedication ceremony, his speech acknowledged the presence of many medical professionals and guests who had a hand in making this dream a reality, including Dr. Ralph Cardamone.

A St. George’s graduate from the Class of 1983, Dr. Ralph Cardamone remembered his first clinic. “My heart patients walked uphill to the hospital and stood in the sun to be attended to. We’ve certainly come a long way. Things happen when we have a dream and are willing to work to make that dream reality.” Dr. Cardamone expressed his love for the country that helped him build his career “I have a great passion to give back to the country that has given me so much.” He also expressed his hope that organizations that provide heart care in Grenada — such as the Children’s Health Organization Relief and Educational Services (CHORES), Grenada Heart Foundation, and World Heart Organization (WHO) —will collaborate and combine efforts and resources, especially with such things as centralized patient records.

Dr. Allen Pensick, Provost of St. George’s University, commented, “Today is really a happy day for us at SGU with the dedication of this very important facility, which will continue to provide quality care at no charge.” Dr. Pensick commended Frs. Charles, Harris and Bishop Darius on their work with the program. “This stands as evidence that when we work as a team dreams can become reality.”

Secretary of St. George’s Board of Trustees, Mr. Patrick Adams touched on a more personal note during the dedication. “Having undergone a triple by-pass operation in 1980, I can personally testify to the part modern technology has played in keeping me alive to be able to do more of the things I want to do.” He expressed his hope that the Cardiology program would branch into other specialties and that the program would bring to Grenada a level of medical care that would be on par with the United States.

Dr. Sylvester wishes to thank St. George’s University, GESL, the Government of Grenada, and other benefactors (many of whom prefer to remain anonymous) that assisted in raising funds for the program as well as contributing personally. He is also grateful for Mr. Roy Hall, who provided invaluable consultancy in engineering. Lastly, Dr. Sylvester wishes to acknowledge St. George’s University student group, Emergency Medicine Club, for its kind donation of EC $5,500 which will go towards the purchase of cardiac event recorders.

If you are interested in becoming a Visiting Cardiologist, please contact Dr. Johansen Sylvester at
473-405-3930 or jsylvester@sgu.edu .To see more pictures of the Dedication of the Cardiology Centre, please visit the “Photos” tab at www.facebook.com/StGeorgesU.

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University Student Groups Provide Free Medical Services to Grenada Community

free medical grenada communityStudent clubs and organizations at St. George’s University, along with Grenada’s Ministry of Health and the Town of St. George’s Constituency Organizing Committee, organize multiple health fairs throughout the academic year. The fairs provide free medical services to attendees from the local community.

The most recent health fair, “One Health One Medicine”, took place on November 13. Volunteers provided basic eye and ear screenings and blood pressure and diabetes testing to members of the community at no cost. The student organization, Women in Medicine, conducted breast exams and spoke with participants on the importance of conducting self-exams.  In cases where patients have been advised to seek further medical care, students are tasked with following up with patients to ensure they have seen their personal physician. The Ministry of Health also follows up on patient care using referral data collected from the event.

Additionally, St. George’s veterinarian students were on hand to see four-legged patients at the health fair.    President of the Student Affiliate of the American Veterinary Medical Associate (SAAVMA), Brendan Moulder, proudly announced, “We were extremely pleased to see over 90 feline and canine patients at this clinic on the beach at Grand Mal.  In addition to physical examinations, students provided vaccinations, deworming medications for intestinal parasites, and various other field veterinary services for the animals.”

Because veterinary students only have 3 years in Grenada and medical students only 2 years before they go abroad for their clinical studies, it is important to the students to seize the opportunity to give back. In fact, every semester so many students volunteer that SAAVMA has to create a waitlist. “The events serve as a way for the local population to benefit directly from having a well established human and veterinary medical university right on their island,” said Moulder.

The semesters first health fair was held in early September at the Anglican Church Yard in downtown St. George’s —just in time for children’s back-to-school check-ups. Nearly a dozen physicians as well as several American Medical Student Association (AMSA) members, led by AMSA President Jessica Lennon, attended to over 200 patients. Lennon explains, “The goal of this event was to increase general public health awareness, to ensure a patient’s personal health, and to guide patients in the right direction on how to follow up.” The second health fair on September 23 in Mt. Caramel proved to have an equally successful turnout.

With the primary purpose of the health fair to serve the local community, St. George’s University students benefit as well. Lennon explains, “The health fairs give students the opportunity to see the different parts of the island and to interact with members of the community. Moulder agrees, “As students, the process of hands-on learning and practice is priceless. We are extremely grateful to have a faculty and staff that are so willing to join us during their free time to learn, educate and give back to the community.”

To see more pictures from the Fall 2010 health fairs, please visit the Facebook photo album.

Annual Senior Medical Student’s Research Competition Underway

Submissions for the Second Annual Senior Research Medical Competition are due November 15. Winners will be announced by January 1, 2011.

While completing their clinical years at one of the University’s more than 60 affiliated hospitals and clinical centers across the United States and United Kingdom, many St. George’s University students participate in research projects and publish results during the course of their training. In support of these research initiatives, the Medical Student Research Institute (MSRI) of St. George’s University last year held the first of what is now an annual competition of research projects for senior medical students.

The Senior Medical Research Competition is a natural extension of the MSRI mission to encourage, support, facilitate and centralize medical student research throughout the School of Medicine. After soliciting research projects from students in their last year of clinical training, a panel of faculty judges select winning projects based on the originality, scientific merit and level of involvement of their respective presentations and/or papers. In 2009 five winners were selected, showcasing a variety of compelling research topics:

  • Kyle Smith for the “Effect of Location Drill Holes on the Bending Strength of Bovine Bone”
  • Supreet Singh Bindra for “Laparoscopic Appendectomy: Surgeon and patient-specific factors resulting in open conversion. “
  • Ahmad F Khalid for researching “Risk factors for emergency Caesarean section in a multiethnic environment”
  • Zachary Klaassen on “Thoracic outlet syndrome: An enigmatic neurological and vascular disorder.”
  • Ashish Jairath for research on “Active real time hematoma expansion in intracerebral hemorrhage in the presence of computed tomography angiographic spot sign.”

Dr. Stephen Weitzman, Dean of the School of Medicine, commented on the competition. “An outgrowth of the MSRI, this competition has proven to be enormously successful in building enthusiasm among our clinical students for research in medicine.”

St. George’s School of Medicine offered winners a complimentary trip to Grenada to present and discuss their research with faculty members and their peers during an annual faculty meetings week.

“The competition was met with enthusiasm by the students last year. They seemed happy to be able to return to Grenada to present their research to their teachers and mentors at St. George’s annual all-faculty meeting,” recalled Dr. Weitzman. “The School of Medicine is proud to be a part of this competition in support of the MSRI mission.”

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St. George’s University Welcomes Families to True Blue Campus

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Running from October 23rd to the 24th St. George’s University is hosting Beyond Spice, a weekend event where family members of enrolled students from the School of Medicine and School of Veterinary Medicine are invited to visit St. George’s campus. A truly international weekend, families from the Caribbean, North America and Europe will converge on St. George’s picturesque True Blue Campus to learn about the University, spend time on campus and experience island life.

Only since 2008 has St. George’s hosted a family weekend and attendance has more than doubled over prior years. With this year as the largest yet, the event is expected to draw more than 200 hundred visitors to St. George’s and its surrounding communities.

Commenting on the growth of this event, Margaret Lambert, Dean of Enrolment Planning, said, “We look forward to this weekend because it gives us the opportunity to host student families from around the world. Many of our attendees stay at local hotels, visit areas merchants and dine in local restaurants. Our goal is to provide a wide range of activities, including opportunities for unstructured time where families can explore all Grenada and the University has to offer and hopefully make plans to visit again.”

Attendees at the event have the opportunity to tour the St. George’s campus, meet administrators and experience he beautiful island of Grenada with island tours, cultural performances and free time for exploring local venues. Visitors will get a taste of local culture with visits to local markets, restaurants and stays at some of the areas most beautiful hotels.

Russ Fielden, President of the Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association and Owner/Operator of True Blue Bay Resort is looking forward to hosting several St. George’s family members at his resort this weekend. “We’re looking forward to providing a relaxing environment for family members to vacation while visiting their St. George’s student. I also encourage them to take in the surrounding areas – as well as the north side of the island during their stay.” While known for its beautiful beaches, Grenada is also home to historic forts, impressive waterfalls and rum and nutmeg production facilities – all of which are accessible to tourists.

“Many families come back to the island at other times,” says Fielden, “and we look forward to developing lasting relationships with them and other members of the St. George’s University family.”

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St. George’s University Announces Post Baccalaureate Premedical Program

An Ideal Premedical Program for Motivated, Non-Traditional Medical School Students

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St. George’s University is excited to announce a new Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program designed to meet the needs of college graduates who wish to pursue a medical education but may not have taken the core science courses required for admission to the Doctor of Medicine program. Offered in St. George’s University School of Arts and Sciences beginning with a charter class in August, 2011, the Post Baccalaureate Premedical Program is a 12 month pathway to the School of Medicine’s MD degree program.

The Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program is ideal for motivated students who do not have the required science foundation to enter the MD program. Applicants must have completed a bachelor’s degree or higher to be eligible to apply for this program. Generally, the program is not intended for students who have applied to medical school in the past or have previously taken more than half of the science courses required for medical school.

Dr. Robert Jordan, St. George’s Associate Dean for Enrolment Planning and Admission is enthusiastic about the potential of the new program. “St. George’s new Postbaccalaureate premedical program provides non-traditional students, who after a obtaining a bachelors degree and working for a number of years, question their life goals and seek a way to enter the medical profession.”

The Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program permits students to complete the prerequisite science classes via an intense curriculum with a guaranteed pathway to medicine. Subsequent admission to the Doctor of Medicine program requires:

  • 3.5 GPA upon completion of the Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program
  • A passing score on the Postbaccalaureate Comprehensive Exam
  • Competitive MCAT score (North American candidates only), within 3 points of the average MCAT score for the entering class.
  • A recommendation from the Dean of Basic Sciences

“Students have the option to do a Postbaccalaureate in the states, but the appeal of direct entry into the St. George’s MD degree program and the international aspects of our university appeal to many students,” said Jordan. “We have had many students inquire about a Postbaccalaureate program at St. George’s and we are happy to now be able to offer this option.”

Students with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better are encouraged to apply. While not required as part of the application, volunteer work or employment in a health care setting is highly recommended.

Click here for the application for St. George’s Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program. If you have any questions about the program, please contact SGUEnrolment@sgu.edu.

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St. George’s University School of Medicine Awards Scholarships to the Exceptional

Chancellor’s Circle and Legacy of Excellence Scholarships Awarded to 79 Entering Medical Students

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St. George’s University School of Medicine, a top-ranked international private medical school, has awarded the prestigious Chancellor’s Circle of the Legacy of Excellence (CCLOE) Scholarship to 36 medical students of the entering Class of 2014. The CCLOE scholarship is automatically awarded to accepted students fulfilling the minimum requirements of an undergraduate 3.7 cumulative GPA, 3.5 science GPA and total score of 29 on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). This elite group of students will receive one-third tuition scholarships toward their entire four year medical education.

An additional 43 entering students to the School of Medicine were awarded the Legacy of Excellence (LOE) scholarship. Students who do not automatically qualify for the Chancellor’s Circle are encouraged to apply for the Legacy of Excellence scholarship, which is awarded to entering students presenting academic merit and commitment to their school and to their chosen profession. The University established the Legacy of Excellence Scholarship program in 2003 and has awarded over $5.6 million in tuition scholarships to over 200 students in its Schools of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

St. George’s University has created these elite scholarships to award partial-tuition scholarships to entering students who demonstrate the commitment and dedication necessary to achieve academic excellence in a rigorous medical or veterinary medical curriculum.

Margaret Lambert, Dean of Enrollment Planning and University Registrar remarked on the continued success of the scholarship award. “We are proud to announce this year’s crop of winners and happy to be able to recognize 79 incoming medical students for their accomplishments. We’re thrilled to be able to reward their hard work and we look forward to the future contributions they will make to the world healthcare system as a result of their attendance at St. George’s.”

St. George’s University is dedicated to making a unique international medical education accessible to the best and brightest students from all over the world – regardless of circumstance. The University offers a wide variety of institutional scholarships designed to recognize academic excellence and the University has awarded over $40 million dollars in scholarships to more than 5,000 students over the years.

2010 Chancellor’s Circle Legacy of Excellence recipients

Ausim Chaghtai
Bogadi Loabile
Dmitri Aleksenko
Edward Kaye
He Sun
Jigar Panchal
Kamran Manek
Liji Abraham
Marina Iskandir
Umoren Mfon-Valencia
Moemedi Tshekedi
Mumtaheena Miah
Neha Verma
Oki Ishikawa
George Reju
Tarun Sabharwal
Warren Whitsitt
Xinyue Pan
Amanda Varughese
Benjamin Walker
Bilal Salame
Binh Quach
Daniel Simaan
Debasri Roy
Dimpy Mody
Elizabeth Ehrlich
Eric Sin
Hardik Patel
Joe Hong
Kunal Kambli
Michael DiSiena
Peter Stempniewicz
Priti Vinaykant Rawani
Rajive Zachariah
Samir Mehrotra Tanvir Kahlon

2010 Legacy of Excellence recipients

Mohsen Damavand
Eli Gilleran
Anum Hamiduzzaman
Nicholas Hooper
Ying Luu
Indu Michael
Foram Parikh
Sameer Sandhu
Matthew Alfano
Remigiusz Soltys
Roya Noorishad
Anthony Weaver
Khaled Abu-Ihweij
Sajeda Noor
Jeffrey Evans
Kristina Miller
Tanuj Sood
Audrey Seling
Samuel Son
Daniel Son
Jesse Ping
Roberta Lui
Manan Pandya
Soumya Vempalle
Nicole Brenner
Christopher Bulanowski
Daniel DiLeo
Saad Jamal
Daniel Kiniry
Ankit Shah
Stanislav Veytsman
Areeb Zamir
Steve Johnson
Charlie Tang
Stefanie Wade
Sara Elnaiem
Sonam Khoosal
David Ormond
Matthew Rubacha
Lorenzo Somma
Astha Tejpal
Brett Mullin
Leila Hesselson

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Grenada Admitted to International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations St. George’s University Sends Delegation to IFMSA General Assembly

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A delegation of St. George’s University medical students represented Grenada at the association’s General Assembly in Montreal where they were voted in to membership by current IFMSA National Member Organizations (NMOs). The International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA), an independent, non-governmental and non-political federation of medical students’ associations throughout the world, granted Grenada full membership in the organization this past August.

IFMSA is one of the largest and most active medical student organizations in the world representing more than 1.2 million medical students worldwide, including 97 National Member Organizations from 89 countries on six continents. Membership in the association provides St. George’s medical students with increased access to a range of opportunities, including projects and activities that provide students with exposure to global health issues, access to clinical and research exchanges around the world, and leadership opportunities within the association’s regional and international branches. Furthermore, Grenada’s IFMSA membership will assist St. George’s with its mission to provide students with a uniquely global medical education as membership raises the profile of Grenada with other NMO’s and helps attract students from around the world to Grenada for clinical and research exchanges.

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IFMSA-Grenada’s External President, Alex Drossos commented on the vote for entry. “There was an immediate sense of excitement when the vote was completed and we heard the announcement that we were now full members of the IFMSA. But the hard work starts now. We need to grow our membership, start sending and accepting people for exchanges and forge relationships with other groups at St. George’s to do the good work of the IFMSA.”

It has taken IFMSA-Grenada the shortest possible time to become an NMO— one and a half years. The group took the first step towards membership when it became a candidate member in March 2009. In 2008, IFMSA-Grenada’s External President, Alex Drossos had been a part of the UK delegation representing the Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars and Graduate Studies Programs and thereafter began pursuing membership for Grenada.

Representing Grenada at the General Counsel meeting, the delegation consisted of Alex Drossos, President External; Desiree Levyim, President Internal; Antonio Thomas, Director-at-Large and former President Internal; Tanvir Kahlon, National Exchanges Officer; Yon Chong, Secretary General; Sonia Voiculescu, Director-at-Large and former Secretary General; Rodney de Roché, VP Internal; and Olga Rodas, general delegate and former President of SGU student group Students for Global Health.

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Drossos expressed his gratitude on behalf of the group to Faculty Advisor, Dr. Calum Macpherson, as well as to Dr. Rao for his support, Dr. Rabie for his assistance in the group becoming a formal SGA club, and Dr. Margaret Lambert for her administrative support— especially in terms of getting a strong delegation to Montreal. He is also grateful for the delegates who traveled to Montreal, the executive members of IFMSA-Grenada who were not able to attend the General Assembly– Imran Ali, VP External; Ayan Sanyal, Director-at-Large and former Treasurer; and Francis Lim, the group’s current Treasurer.

About IFMSA
The International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA), founded in May 1951, is an independent, non-governmental and non-political federation of medical students’ associations throughout the world. It is run for and by medical students on a non-profit basis and is officially recognized as a Non Governmental Organization (NGO) within the United Nations’ and recognized by the World Health Organization as the International Forum for medical students. It exists to serve medical students all over the world. IFMSA was established in the Netherlands as a charity organization.

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St. George’s Visiting Cardiology Program Offers Two Brothers New Lease on Life

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In July, St. George’s University alumnus (SGU 1999) Jason S. Finkelstein, MD, FACC, performed surgery on Grenada residents, brothers Arnold and Albert Collins, at his practice in Wise Country, Decatur, Texas.

Dr. Finkelstein, an interventional cardiologist with Advanced Heart Care and Wise Regional Health System (WRHS) spends time each year offering his cardiac care services to Grenada residents as a part of St. George’s University’s Visiting Cardiology Program. It was on one such visit this past May that he identified the brothers’ cases. The battery had died on Albert’s pacemaker, which had been installed in 2002 in Tampa, Florida, and he was in need of a replacement, while Arnold needed cardiac catheterization. Dr. Finkelstein invited them to fly to his practice where he would perform their surgeries at no cost to them.

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Both surgeries were performed by Dr. Finkelstein on the morning of July 2 with equipment provided by WRHS, with the assistance of Keith McIntosh, Director of the Cath Lab at WRHS, Lacretia Miles, and Trisha Simmons, for Albert’s surgery. Daniel Arranda, Damian Morales and Whitney Dean assisted for Arnold’s surgery. Both operations were successful and following their release from WRHS on July 3, the brothers went to La Quinta Inn of Decatur, which had donated one of their rooms for three nights so they could rest and recuperate.

To learn more about this story and Dr. Finkelstein, please see our video on You Tube, provided by WRHS, with the assistance of Keith McIntosh, Director of the Cath Lab at WRHS, Lacretia Miles, and Trisha Simmons, for Albert’s surgery. Daniel Arranda, Damian Morales and Whitney Dean assisted for Arnold’s surgery. Both operations were successful and following their release from WRHS on July 3, the brothers went to La Quinta Inn of Decatur, which had donated one of their rooms for three nights so they could rest and recuperate. To learn more about this story and Dr. Finkelstein, please see our video on You Tube, Healing Hearts with Dr. Jason Finkelstein. Healing Hearts with Dr. Jason Finkelstein.

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