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Savannah Science Seminar

WELCOME to the The Field of Medical Science called Cardiology Seminar


On Monday the 5th of February 2018, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, the 13th Savannah Science Seminar will be on "the Field of Medical Science called Cardiology". Your instructor, Dr. Lloyd Goodman and SSS Board Member/program facilitator Jimi Meuse will be at the host site of Memorial Health Medical Center here in Savannah Georgia.

Brief OUTline:
Among a vast array of information you will be getting, the following is a brief outline to the presentation:
· Training to be a physician
· Medicine in general
· Cardiology as a specialty
· Cardiac Imaging


Brief Biographies:

Lloyd S. Goodman, M.D.
Dr Goodman, Medical Director of Adult Cardiology, graduated from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, N.Y., in 1969. From 1969 to 1971, he was an intern and resident at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, Bronx, N.Y. From 1973-76 he completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiology at Emory University Affiliated Hospital in Atlanta. Dr. Goodman was board certified in 1974 by the American Board of Internal Medicine and in 1977 by the American College of Cardiology. In 1979 he became a fellow of the American College of Cardiology. Since 1976, Dr. Goodman has served as the Medical Director of Adult Cardiology at Memorial University Medical Center.

Relevant Informational WEBsites:
1. Electrocardiograms - www.ecglibrary.com
                                 www.medicine.mcgill.com
2. Heart attacks -         www.mayoclinic.com
                                 **** click on coronary artery disease and then heart attack.
                                 www.americanheartass.com
                                 ***click on diseases and conditions, then heart attack.

The following are directions for getting to the Seminar:

0. Memorial Health is located at 4700 Waters Avenue in Savannah, Georgia. Their telephone number is (912) 350-8000.

1. The Seminar will take place in the Medical Education Auditorium at Memorial Health. Please do not come in the front of the hospital but come through the entrance across from the Georgia Eye Institute building (#28) as indicated in the map below.
The entrance to the auditorium is just inside that entry way.



2. Board of Directors member
Jimi Meuse will be there to direct you towards the auditorium.

DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS TO MEMORIAL HEALTH


From I-95, traveling north or south
Take I-95 to Exit 94, Savannah
Turn east onto 204
Follow 204/Abercorn to Derenne Ave. and turn east (right)
Follow Derenne to Waters Ave. and turn north (left)
Memorial Health is just a few blocks up on the right

From Hwy. 17, traveling east
Follow Hwy. 17 east toward Savannah
Take the exit for 21 south/516/Lynes Parkway
Lynes Parkway turns into Derenne Ave. Stay on Derenne traveling east
Turn north (left) onto Waters Ave.
Memorial Health is just a few blocks up on the right

From Hwy. 17, traveling west
Follow Hwy. 17 west toward Savannah
Take the exit for Hwy. 16 west
Take the exit for 21/south/516/Lynes Parkway
Lynes Parkway turns into Derenne Ave. Stay on Derenne traveling east
Turn north (left) onto Waters Ave.
Memorial Health is just a few blocks up on the right

From Hwy. 16, traveling east
Follow Hwy. 16 east toward Savannah
Get onto 21 south/516/Lynes Parkway
Lynes Parkway turns into Derenne Ave. Stay on Derenne traveling east
Turn north (left) onto Waters Ave.
Memorial Health is just a few blocks up on the right

From Hwy. 21, traveling south
Follow Hwy. 21 south toward Savannah
Stay on 21 south/Lynes Parkway until it turns into Derenne Ave.
Turn north (left) onto Waters Ave.
Memorial Health is just a few blocks up on the right

From the Islands, traveling north
Follow 80 west (Islands Expressway) toward Savannah
Get onto Harry S. Truman Parkway going south
Exit at the end of the Parkway and turn south (right) onto Derenne Ave.
Turn north (right) onto Waters Ave.
Memorial Health is just a few blocks up on the right

 


 
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