Joshua Levine, MD, discusses the internationally recognized Penn Neurocritical Care Program, the multidisciplinary treatment team and the advanced technology that is individualizing patient care at Penn Medicine.
Julia Glaser, MD, discusses the role of vascular surgery in critical limb ischemia treatment — the mission of the Penn Advanced Limb Preservation (PALP) Program, the population treated for critical limb ischemia, and how the PALP program utilizes multidisciplinary teams.
Featuring a wide range of disciplines and a new approach to comprehensive care, what do we need to know about the Aorta Center at Penn Medicine? Dr. John Russell is joined by Dr. Joseph E. Bavaria to dive into this aortic program and discuss a new approach to comprehensive care.
Roger Cohen, MD, and Donald Siegel, MD, PhD, discuss the enrolling novel CAR T-Cell medullary thyroid cancer clinical trial at Penn Medicine, and which patients should participate in the clinical trial.
In this podcast, Kendal Williams, MD, MPH discusses this model with Joseph Teel, MD and Dr. Eleanor Anderson, a psychiatrist. We also review the fundamentals of the management of depression in primary care.
In this engaging interview, Rhondalyn C. McLean, MD, reviews the evolution of heart transplantation in the U.S. and at Penn Medicine, including indications, the importance of early referral, and long-term survival.
Doraid Jarrar, MD, of the Abramson Cancer Center and the Perelman School of Medicine discusses the incorporation of low-dose CT scanning and the expansion of eligible candidates for screening into the 2021 guidelines for lung cancer screening from the United States Preventive Services Task Force.
Noel Williams, MD, and Colleen Rauchut Tewksbury, PhD, MPH, RD, CSOWM, LDN, discuss bariatric surgery at Penn Medicine -- covering patient candidacy, common misconceptions, keyhole surgery, advances in the field, and why a multidisciplinary team is so important for care of these patients.
William Welch, MD, discusses the integrated spine care model at the Penn Spine Center and its benefits for both patient and physician, which include quick referrals to orthopaedics, neurosurgery, radiology, and the many other specialties involved in spine care at Penn Medicine.