Posts Tagged ‘Emory cardiology’

Women & Heart Disease Live Chat – February 14th

womens-heart260x200Heart disease is now the #1 killer in women. The good news is, most heart disease is preventable — and early detection saves lives. Heart disease occurs when fatty build-up in your coronary arteries, called plaque, prevents blood flow that’s needed to provide oxygen to your heart. When the blood flow that brings oxygen to the heart muscle is severely reduced, or completely cut off, a heart attack occurs.

The Emory Women’s Heart Center is a collaborative group of providers that treats patients using a team approach. They are dedicated to screening, diagnosing, treating and preventing heart disease in Atlanta’s women. The most important weapon against heart disease is awareness. Women need to research their family history and take time to educate themselves on not only the risk factors and symptoms of heart disease, but preventive medicine as well.

Join Emory Women’s Heart Center physician, Alexis Cutchins, MD, on Tuesday, February 14 at 12pm EST for an online web chat on women and heart disease. She will be available to answer your questions regarding topics such as: challenges women face specific to heart disease, heart disease prevention, the importance of getting treatment right away and the research underway to combat heart disease in women. Sign up for this live chat below!


Emory Expansion Update: Emory General Cardiology is On the Move!

Emory Expansion UpdateTo provide a better patient care experience and align demand with available capacity, many Emory Clinic (TEC) and Emory Healthcare practices are relocating to redesigned clinical space and/or new locations, either temporarily or permanently. This is to accommodate both patients and our physicians more comfortably.

As of May 5th, the following General Cardiology providers will temporarily move down the street to the 4th floor of the 1525 Clifton Road clinic:

Beginning on Monday, May 5th, our patients will be seeing these providers at their new location.

The new address is:
The Emory Clinic at 1525 Clifton Road
1525 Clifton Road, NE
4th Floor
Atlanta, Georgia 30322

For more information, call 404-778-5299 or get details online, at:

Emory Welcomes Back Cardiologist David L. Steinberg, MD!

David Steinberg, MD, Emory CardiologistWe are proud to welcome cardiologist David Steinberg, MD to the Emory Heart & Vascular Center team at Saint Joseph’s Hospital! Dr. Steinberg comes back to Emory after 38 years of experience in caring for patients with all forms of cardiovascular disease, including disorders of the heart, arteries and veins.

Dr. Steinberg was a very well respected member of the medical staff at Saint Joseph’s Hospital for 35 years before joining the medical staff at Piedmont Hospital in 2007. Dr. Steinberg is thrilled to be back at Saint Joseph’s Hospital and looks forward to caring for you and your families!

Dr. Steinberg will begin seeing patients on November 1, 2012 at the Emory Heart & Vascular Center at Saint Joseph’s Hospital. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Steinberg, please call 404-686-2501.

About Dr. Steinberg
Dr. Steinberg is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. He attended the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine, and completed his Fellowship in Cardiology at Emory University, his residency at Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia, and was an intern at Beth Israel Hospital in New York City. He is a general cardiologist with special interest in vavular heart disease. Dr. David L. Steinberg is a member of the American Heart Association and a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.