Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Online Series (Multiple Modules)

Established in 1987 by renowned interventional radiologist Barry T. Katzen, M.D., Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute was one of the first centers in the United States to treat the heart and blood vessels as one entity. This unique approach, coupled with cutting-edge techniques and technologies, advanced research and an international focus, resulted in the Institute becoming a leader in cardiovascular care.  Today, Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute is the largest and most comprehensive cardiovascular facility in the region. Patients can experience consistent, exceptional, evidence-based care at Institute locations throughout Baptist Health.

Baptist Health CME and the Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute offers continuing medical education on the latest innovations in clinical care. Visit us often, as this catalog will be updated frequently.

Clinical Cardiology for the Primary Care Physician e-Learning Series

The primary care provider frequently sees patients with signs or symptoms that may indicate cardiovascular pathology. The goal of this series is to provide an update and overview of the most common cardiovascular conditions seen in primary care, and to provide the primary care physician with a sound framework with which to approach patients with cardiovascular symptoms.

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The Lipid Management Program at Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute is a resource to help patients who require additional expertise to assess their cardiovascular risk and to manage their lipids. Typically, primary care physicians, endocrinologists and cardiologists assess and monitor lipids in patients. Our Lipid Management Program is designed to help patients that are unable to tolerate traditional lipid management therapies or that have complex disorders that require specialized care. We work collaboratively with your physician to help you reach your lipid goal in a safe and well-tolerated way.

The Lipid Management Program is covered under insurance. Referrals from physicians are recommended but not required. Patients who are interested in the program are invited to call 786-204-4499 for more information or to set up a consultation with a cardiovascular lipid specialist.

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