Local Heart Seminar Hears Noted Physicians
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Doctors Patrick H. Lehan of Jackson, Miss., (left) and Jerry E, Goss of Albuquerque, N.M., were among the speakers at a seiKinai On diagnostic and therapeutic implications of coronary disease Saturday at Schum- ' pert Memorial Hospital. The seminar was sponsored by Schumpert, the LSU Medical School and the Loui-siana Heart Association. (Times Photo by John Moore) Local Heart Seminar Hears Noted Physicians Two noted teaching physicians were the featured speakers at a one-day seminar on "Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications of Coronary Disease," held yester-day at Schumpert Memorial Hospital. Addressing the meeting of physicians from throughout Louisiana, East Texas and Ar-kansas were Dr. Patrick H. Lehan, professor of medicine and cardiology at the University Medical Center in Jackson, Miss., and Dr. Jerry E. Goss, director of cardiovascular labo-ratory at Presbyterian Hospital and assistant professor of medi-cine at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque, N.M. The seminar was cosponsored by the Louisiana State Universi-ty Medical School in Shreveport and the Louisiana Heart Asso-ciation in cooperation with the Heart Center at Schumpert Hospital. It was approved for six prescribed hours by the Louisiana Academy of Family physicians. 'Coronary Circulation and Angiography" and "The Role of Exercise Testing in the Cardiac Patient' were the topics of Dr. Lehan, while Dr. Goss spoke on "Medical Management of Coro-nary Artery Disease" and "Sur-gical Management of Coronary Artery Disease." Morning and afternoon panel discussions were moderated by Dr. Robert T. Lafargue and Dr. Edgar Hull and the panelist were Dr. Richard Barnett, Dr. Herbert S. Tucker and Dr. J. W. Wilson Jr. Dr. Lehan, a consultant in cardiology at the Veterans Ad-ministration Hospital in Jack-son, Miss., has authored numer-ous articles. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and Subspecialty Car-diovascular Diseases and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians, the American College of Cardiology and the Council of Clinical Cardiology, Mississippi Heart Association. A diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Cardiov-ascular Diseases, Dr. Goss had received awards in chemistry from the University of Kansas, scholarship awards from Nor-thwestern University Medical School in Chicago and was a post-doctoral research fellow of the National Health Institute. He also has authored numerous publications.
|Title||Local Heart Seminar Hears Noted Physicians|
Moore, John A.
Goss, Jerry E.
Lehan, Patrick H.
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