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Main Line Hospital Lankenau - Cardiology

3.3 GCR Quality Score (Learn More) | Unverified
Cardiology clinic in Wynnewood, United States. | 5 reviews | Ranked 12 globally.

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Visit Main Line Hospital Lankenau - Cardiology clinic in Wynnewood, which ranks in Top 20 Cardiology clinics globally. With the GCR score of 3.3/5 it belongs to the top cardiology clinics in Wynnewood, United States. 100.0% of 5 patients were satisfied with the treatment at this cardiology clinic.The Main Line Hospital Lankenau - Cardiology doctors specialize in Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Nuclear Medicine, Interventional Cardiology, and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology procedures.

Accreditation: Unaccredited

Only the top cardiology clinics that have proven to be above international standards can qualify to be GCR Accredited.

Expertise: Expertise score 3.7/5 (+64% vs country avg) )

Key cardiology treatment metrics

Heart failure mortality

Heart failure mortality
8.1%

Heart attack mortality

Heart attack mortality
13.4%

Stroke mort.

Stroke mortality
12.2%

Heart failure treatments

Heart attack mortality
735 / year

Doctors & Medical Staff

Languages spoken at the clinic include English and Spanish.

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Dr. Peter R. Kowey (39 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Specializations: Internal Medicine and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
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Dr. James F. Burke (39 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Thomas Jefferson University (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology, Internal Medicine, and Nuclear Medicine
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Dr. Irving M. Herling (38 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (University of Pennsylvania (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology and Internal Medicine
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Dr. Bruce Kornberg (34 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology
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Dr. Frank C. McGeehin (34 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Temple University (US))
  • Specializations: Internal Medicine and Interventional Cardiology
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Dr. Wayne V. Arnold (32 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology, Internal Medicine, and Nuclear Medicine
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Dr. Thomas P. Phiambolis (28 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Thomas Jefferson University (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology
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Dr. Paul M. Coady (28 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Temple University (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology
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Dr. William A. Gray (26 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Temple University (US))
  • Specializations: Interventional Cardiology
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Dr. Timothy A. Shapiro (24 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Yale University (US))
  • Specializations: Internal Medicine and Interventional Cardiology
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Dr. George N. Chamoun (23 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (American University of Beirut (LB))
  • Specializations: Cardiology and Internal Medicine
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Dr. Maribel Hernandez (23 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Stanford University (US))
  • Specializations: Internal Medicine and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
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Dr. Michael DeAngelis (23 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology
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Dr. Steven A. Rothman (21 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Temple University (US))
  • Specializations: Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
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Dr. Christopher J. Droogan (20 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology and Internal Medicine
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Dr. Kar-Lai Wong (18 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (University of Pennsylvania (US))
  • Specializations: Internal Medicine and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
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Dr. Douglas E. Esberg (16 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (New York Medical College (US))
  • Specializations: Internal Medicine and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
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Dr. Gan-Xin Yan (12 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Hubei University (CN))
  • Specializations: Internal Medicine and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
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Dr. Jason T. Bradley (12 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Drexel University (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology, Internal Medicine, and Nuclear Medicine
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Dr. Amid A. Khan (10 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Specializations: Interventional Cardiology
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Dr. Eric M. Gnall (9 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (US))
  • Specializations: Interventional Cardiology
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Dr. Jeanine E. Romanelli (7 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Temple University (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology and Internal Medicine
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Dr. Steven M. Domsky (5 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Temple University (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology, Internal Medicine, and Nuclear Medicine
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Dr. Katie M. Hawthorne (3 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Thomas Jefferson University (US))
  • Specializations: Cardiology and Internal Medicine
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Dr. Colleen M. Hanley (2 years of experience) years)
  • Doctor of Medicine (Temple University (US))
  • Specializations: Internal Medicine and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Top procedures at the clinic

This clinic specializes in following cardiology procedures such as coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, and arrhythmia along others with the technological support such as ct scanner, pet/cet, on-site aed (automated external defibrillator), cardiac catheterization monitor, and vascular laboratory devices for diagnosis., and a heart-lung machine items medical treatment facilities.

Arrhythmia
Atrial Fibrillation
Bypass Surgery
Chest Pain
Coronary Artery Disease
Heart Attack
Heart Failure
High Blood Pressure
Vascular Surgery

Feedback: Feedback score 2.5/5 (-2% vs country avg) )

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Latest reviews

we had my child here and this is the only place i will trust ...

we had my child here and this is the only place i will trust from now on. the amount of care they gave my wife and child was unparalleled

By Jacob (Published ago on )
Horrible horrible hospital. My spouse's grandmother went in s...

Horrible horrible hospital. My spouse's grandmother went in sick they automatically put her on life support. The doctor that was assigned to her was so rude that we requested to speak with his supervisor. She passed away early this morning. Beautiful place but looks can be deceiving.

By Shanikqua (Published ago on )
My 85 year old grandmother was admitted to Lankenau Medical C...

My 85 year old grandmother was admitted to Lankenau Medical Center because of an atrial fibrillation. However, during her time, in my opinion, the LMC doctors did a very poor job of diagnostics and reviewing the patient's medical history. The LMC doctors gave my grandmother medicine that she got sick from in the past. In fact, my grandmother even told the doctors to NOT give her that medicine but declined to listen to their patient and gave it to her anyways.

As a result of the medicine that the LMC doctors gave my grandmother, she had episodes of vomit, nausea, and diarrhea, which are all side-effects from the meds they gave her, but they still gave her the medicine anyways. Also, during a prior visit with her primary doctor, she gave her that same medicine, however, Dr. Paul M. Coady got on her primary doctor's case for giving my grandmother that specific medicine to the point where he expressed that you can NEVER give her(my grandmother) this medicine again.

For some reason, the idea that my grandmother should never be given that specific medicine was NEVER communicated to the fellow doctors treating her. What's even more interesting, Dr. Coady was one of the doctors who treated her during this latest visit to LMC.

In a nutshell, her negative reaction to that medicine caused her to become ventilator-dependent where she developed respiratory failure and gradually Klebsiella pneumonia which led to her death.

In my opinion, the doctors did not do their homework, so I asked some of her doctor's questions.

Thus, I asked Dr. Coady, what is "K. Pneumonia" and how is it contracted. He told me that he did not know what K. Pneumonia was and that he forgot what he learned in med school about the subject.

I asked Dr. Susan Ann Gregory about my grandmother's pneumonia and she responded that it was airborne and that you can contract it from breathing the same air as anyone. However, online sources, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say otherwise.

In my opinion, Dr. Gregory did a poor job of looking over old medical notes and listening to my concerns, for she was very sassy, sarcastic and disrespectful toward me and even laughed at my questions.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention supports that K. Pneumonia is "nosocomial" infections, which means they're contracted in a hospital or healthcare setting. The bacteria are not airborne, so you can't contract a K. pneumonia infection by breathing the same air as an infected person. Instead, K. pneumonia is spread through direct person-to-person contact, such as when someone with contaminated hands touches a wound.

Also, online research supports that patients in healthcare settings also may be exposed to Klebsiella when they are on ventilators (breathing machines), or have intravenous (vein) catheters or wounds.

It's a fact that it doesn't matter how much you clean one can never remove all the bacterial from breathing machines.

This is information, in my opinion that Dr. Gregory and Dr. Coady, who has over 30 years of experience as doctors should know the answers to.

Also, I spoke with Dr. Jennifer A. Cruz, in my opinion, she did a poor job of honoring the appointment times that we agreed to and she had very poor bedside manner.

Also, in my opinion, Dr. Cruz was unprofessional with me, and I felt she was questioning my "emotional stability" and my grieving time frame for my grandmother.

As for the patient advocacy department run by Laurie Watson and Julie Monaco, in my opinion, they were of no help and are far from being "advocates" for patients, for I felt that they did NOT listen to my concerns and were hiding the truth from me because of my thorough research and knowledge of the subject.

In my opinion,my grandmother would still be alive today if the Lankenau Medical Center doctors did a better job with diagnostics and listening to the patient's concerns.

Lastly, in my opinion, if you have a loved one in a crisis look for another hospital other than Lankenau Medical Center

By Brent (Published ago on )
Amazing staff very caring. Dr Irving Raber did an awesome job...

Amazing staff very caring. Dr Irving Raber did an awesome job

By Riddhiman (Published ago on )
My husband has had two life/death experiences​, and he was in...

My husband has had two life/death experiences​, and he was in the hands of the professional Lankenau Staff. My experience during that time, the staff gave me strength, with their positive words and support. The atmosphere there was genuinely friendly, clean, well equipped and professional. When we have a problem, that's where we go! 😊

By Carolyn (Published ago on )
 
1-5 of 5 recent reviews
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Facilities: Facilities score 3.6/5 (+19327% vs country avg) )

Medical Facilities

  • On-site AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
  • Heart-Lung Machine
  • PET/CET
  • Cardiac Catheterization Monitor
  • Cardiac Electrophysiologic Monitor
  • Vascular laboratory
  • Cardiac Mapping system
  • Mobile X-ray
  • Cardiac Ultrasound
  • Video endoscopy
  • Laboratory: Lab: In the clinic (within or 200m)
  • CT (Computed Tomography)

Non-medical facilities

  • Air conditioning (all treatment rooms)
  • Free private parking

Services: Services score 0.5/5 (+1533% vs country avg) )

Free Services

  • Free Wi-Fi (all areas)
  • Public transport less than 5 mins walk

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