Archive for September, 2010

About Giovanni Campanile

September 8, 2010

Harvard Medical School cardiology alumnus Dr. Giovanni Campanile completed a Fellowship in Clinical and Interventional Cardiology in 1991, studying catheter-based treatment of heart disease. Upon finishing his training, Dr. Giovanni Campanile worked in a number of world class East Coast hospitals, providing health care and conducting in-depth research into his chosen field. Dr. Giovanni Campanile is affiliated with Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Clara Maass Medical Center, Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC, Columbia University Division of Cardiology and Lower Keys Medical Center, Key West, Florida. Dr. Giovanni Campanile also served as the On-Call Cardiologist to former President George H.W. Bush. Dr. Giovanni Campanile has two medical practices, where he continues to work today. Dr. Giovanni Campanile functions as Managing Partner and Chief of Cardiology at Montclair Cardiology Group at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, New Jersey. Dr. Giovanni Campanile also serves as Cardiac Catheterization Lab Founder and Director at Advanced Cardiology of Key West, which operates out of the Lower Keys Medical Center in Key West, Florida and is affiliated with Columbia University Division of Cardiology at Mt. Sinai, Miami. In addition to his professional duties, Dr. Giovanni Campanile stays active in his field through membership in the American Medical Association, the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions, the Society for Coronary Computed Tomography, and the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Campanile is triple board certified and teaches doctors training in cardiology at Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC and Columbia Division of Cardiology at Mt. Sinai, Miami. The focus of Dr. Campanile’s practice is prevention and nutrition with the ability to provide state-of-the-art advanced cardiology procedures in world class hospitals. Dr. Campanile has performed thousands of cardiac angioplasty and stenting procedures with the highest success rates and the lowest complication rates in the field.

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