Wednesday, May 3, 2017
CVI's Cardiovascular Educational Dinner Series: "How Fibrosis Contributes to Clinical Arrhythmias"

Grace is worried about about her daughter who has uncontrollable diabetes She has attended several CVI Community Nutrition Education Programs. Armed with risk factor information specific to diabetes and cardio-vascular disease – Grace has helped her daughter change her unhealthy eating habits and schedule regular visits with a cardiologist.

About Us

The Cardiovascular Institute of Philadelphia, founded in 1998 to serve the Delaware Valley community, is a 501(c)3 medical, non-profit research foundation that works in partnership with regional hospitals, universities and private medical practices. The CVI organizes heart health awareness education programs for patients, their families and the general public that promote a better understanding of what we all can do to adopt healthier lifestyles as well as explore paths to treatment if necessary. Likewise, CVI offers a diverse catalogue of accredited continuing medical education programs for physicians and allied healthcare professionals, offering convenient access to the most up-to-date information on the causes, detection, treatment and – most importantly – the prevention of cardiovascular disease.

Leadership

Scott E. Hessen, M.D. – President
Daniel J. McCormick, D.O. – Immediate Past President
Veronica A. Covalesky, M.D. – Executive VP, Medical Director
Mark F. Victor, M.D. – Medical Director
Pasquale M. Procacci, M.D. – Medical Director
Mark Hartnett – Executive Director
Shannon Jones – Associate Director of Community Education
Janet Noel – Executive Assistant