Main Line Health Symposium to Attract World-Renowned Medical Faculty

On Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014, more than 125 physicians and other health
care professionals from Main Line Health and the Philadelphia area will
participate in a symposium/case-based Continuing Medical Education (CME)
activity, “Atherosclerosis: Prevention of Progression,” sponsored by
Main Line Health and the Annenberg Center.

“The prestigious, world-renowned medical faculty that this conference
attracts enhances Lankenau’s position as a leader in the medical
community, both locally and across the country,” said David
Cohen, MD
, co-activity director with Thomas
Phiambolis, MD
, Lankenau Medical Center, who
will lead the discussions. “We are honored to host these symposiums and
to provide medical professionals with the opportunity to learn about new
advancements in medicine in a forum that allows for discussion and
patient case review.”

The symposium, scheduled to be held at Lankenau Medical Center, will
feature world-renowned medical faculty including Jeffrey S. Berger, MD,
MS, FAHA, FACC, Henry Black, MD, Samuel Zachary Goldhaber, MD , Harvey
Hecht, MD, Silvio Inzucchi, MD, James Underberg, MD MS, FACPM, FACP,
FASH, FNLA, and Szilard Voros MD, FACC, FSCCT, FAHA.

The cost of the symposium is $50. To register, visit our