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In This Video

  • In the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, clinical care is provided by multidisciplinary teams
  • Surgeons and cardiologists collaborate closely through diagnosis and treatment to provide optimal patient care
  • Research at the Heart Center combines work from fundamental basic scientists, clinical investigators and translational researchers

In this video, Anthony Rosenzweig, MD, chief of Cardiology and co-director of the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, discusses the collaborative environment and multidisciplinary teams that provide patient care at the hospital. The collaborative spirit is also found on the research side, with fundamental basic scientists, clinical investigators and translational researchers combining efforts to develop new treatments.

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