Speaking from the Heart (in Russian)
Russian Cardiovascular Clinic has expanded with the addition of Nurse Practitioner
Larissa Engleman, MS, ANP
. Ms. Engleman assists cardiologist
Eli V. Gelfand, MD, with patient care.
Like Dr. Gelfand and clinic manager
Alla Shamkhalova, Ms. Engleman speaks fluent Russian and helps guide BIDMC's patients who are Russian immigrants navigate the U.S. health care system. She comes to us from Suburban Home Health Care. To make an appointment at the Russian Cardiovascular Clinic, please call
The CardioVascular Institute's (CVI) Chelsea office has expanded with the addition of cardiologist
Airley E. Fish, MD, MPH
. Dr. Fish will see patients in Chelsea on Mondays, and will work closely with Donald E. Cutlip, MD, to provide heart care at
Beth Israel Deaconess Healthcare-Chelsea.
Dr. Fish recently completed fellowships in clinical cardiology and advanced cardiac imaging at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. To make an appointment with Dr. Fish, please call
PAD Specialist Joins CVI-Boston
Amjad AlMahameed, MD, MPH, has joined the CVI in Boston, where he will perform interventional procedures for patients with
peripheral artery disease (PAD) and other conditions.
Dr. AlMahameed completed a fellowship in vascular medicine at the Cleveland Clinic and in clinical cardiology and coronary and peripheral interventions at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He earned a master's in public health from the Cleveland Clinic Center for Medical Education, Research and Development and a medical degree from the University of Damascus. To make an appointment with Dr. AlMahameed, please call
BIDMC Gets Heart Research Funds
Cardiovascular researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) received more than
$4.3 million in funding for heart- and stroke-related health studies from the
American Heart Association (AHA) in 2010. BIDMC received the third-highest funding from AHA among 18 recipients in the Boston area, who received a cumulative $36.7 million. Thank you, AHA!
Heart Walk: Calling Heart Disease Survivors
Calling all CVI patients! In gratitude for the American Heart Association's generosity to our cardiovascular research, the CVI is again building a team to participate in the
September 11, 2010, Boston Heart Walk
If you're able, please join our doctors and employees in walking 1, 3 or 6 miles on the Esplanade to support the AHA's research and education programs. Heart disease survivors will receive a red cap and be honored in the yearly red-cap salute. Our goal is $50,000. For more information, please contact
Margaret Pantridge. To register as a walker,
join a BIDMC team.
Donald E. Cutlip, MD
, director of the CVI
cardiac catheterization laboratory, has received a Mentorship of Resident Research Award" for his work with the BIDMC Department of Medicine's residents.
Dr. Cutlip, a distinguished interventional cardiologist and associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, was recognized for his significant contribution "to the growth and development of the research skills and experiences of the house staff." Congratulations, Dr. Cutlip!
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Posted August 2010