Samir Samarany, MD

Know Your Heart

Structure Matters - High Tech Imaging for Diagnosing and Treating Heart Conditions

Samir Samrany, MD

Lecture presented on Thursday, February 10, 2022
6:00  - 7:00 pm

The field of cardiology is evolving, with new non-invasive options for those who are experiencing heart issues. Cardiologist Samir Samarany, MD will present a virtual community lecture on the latest high tech imaging tools available to doctors and how they are being used to effectively diagnose and treat cardiac diseases.


Dr. Samarany's Lecture Replay from February 10, 2022

Tuan Pham, MD

KICK IT! Your Legs and Your Heart

Peripheral Artery Disease and Heart Attacks

Tuan Pham, MD

Lecture presented on Thursday, February 24, 2022
6:00  - 7:00 pm

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common circulatory problem in which the arteries in the leg are narrowed, restricting blood flow back to the heart.  Join cardiologist Tuan Pham, MD online to learn about the methods doctors use to diagnose and treat this condition, as well as steps you can take to prevent PAD.


Dr. Pham's Lecture Replay from February 24, 2022

Suraj Rasania, MD

Only the Best for You

New Tools and Procedures to Battle Heart Disease

Suraj Rasania, MD

Lecture presented on Thursday, March 3, 2022
6:00  - 7:00 pm

Cardiac catheterization technology continues to evolve rapidly.  Now, in addition to routine heart procedures, physicians can perform a host of interventional cardiac procedures that minimize risk and shorten recovery for patients.  Join cardiologist Suraj Rasania, MD as he shares the new technologies available to cardiologists in the cath lab's "tool box".


Dr. Rasania's Lecture Replay from March 3, 2022

B. Don Ahn, MD

The Korean Community and Heart Disease

Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management

B. Don Ahn, MD

Lecture presented on Thursday, March 10, 2022
6:00  - 7:00 pm

Join cardiologist B. Don Ahn, MD to learn more about heart disease, from prevention to diagnosis, treatment and ongoing management.  Dr. Ahn's virtual lecture will be presented in the Korean language for members of Korean communities throughout Southern California.


Dr. Ahn's Lecture Replay from March 10, 2022

Vatsal Mody, MD

A Woman's Heart

Women have heart attacks too!

Vatsal Mody, MD

Lecture presented on Thursday, March 17, 2022
6:00  - 7:00 pm

Heart disease kills 1 in 5 American women.  Yet, heart disease does not need to be a death sentence.  While prevention for both men and women is optimal, early detection, timely intervention, and ongoing management is the key to improving heart health.  Join cardiologist Vatsal Mody, MD to learn more about a women's heart and how to reduce the risk of developing heart disease, as well as the signs  and symptoms of a heart attack in women. 


Dr. Mody's Lecture Replay from March 17, 2022

Neeraj Bansal, MD; Vincent Lee, MD; Nan Wang, MD

When Surgery is the Best Medicine

Surgical Procedures Repair Hearts

Panel Members: 
Neeraj Bansal, MD; 
Vincent Lee, MD;
Nan Wang, MD

Lecture presented on Thursday, March 24, 2022
6:00  - 7:00 pm

Sometimes surgery is necessary to repair the damage caused by heart disease, but the good news is that surgical interventions are continually evolving and optimal results can be achieved even when the condition is severe.  Join cardiovascular surgeons Nan Wang, MD, Vincent Lee, MD, and Nerraj Bansal, MD as they share the latest surgical advances in the treatment of coronary artery disease (CAD), heart valve disease, and aortic heart disease.


Cardiovascular Surgery Panel Replay from March 24, 2022

Roger Duber, DO

Heart Attack: Are You Next?

Roger Duber, DO

Lecture presented on Wednesday, March 30, 2022
6:00  - 7:00 pm

Heart disease is common and can lead to heart attacks, advanced heart failure, and sometimes death. COVID-19 has caused many to delay routine screenings, which only increases the risk. Join a virtual presentation with cardiologist Roger Duber, DO to learn how heart disease develops, and how you can lower your risk factors to help prevent the onset of the disease and a potential heart attack.


Dr. Duber's Replay from March 30, 2022


We Got the Beat:

The Truth About Atrial Fibrillation

Edward Abdullah, MD

Lecture presented on Wednesday, April 6, 2022
6:00  - 7:00 pm

Heart rhythm disturbances are common. Find out about the risk factors for abnormal heart rhythm and how you have control over it. Join a virtual presentation with cardiologist Edward Abdullah, MD to Learn how electrophysiology can help ensure You Got the Beat!


Dr. Abdullah's Replay from April 6, 2022

Ataque al corazón...Cada minuto cuenta

Dennis Trigueros, M.D. y Fatima Hakkak, D.O., cardióloga

Conferencia presentada el miércoles 4 de mayo de 2022 a las 18:00 horas

El tiempo es crítico si usted está experimentando un ataque (al corazón) or (cardíaco). Únase a una presentación virtual con el médico de emergencia Dennis Trigueros, M.D. y la cardióloga Fatima Hakkak, D.O. para aprender lo que necesita hacer si está experimentando los signos o síntomas de un ataque cardíaco; las acciones importantes que necesita tomar inmediatamente; cómo el equipo médico lo atenderá cuando llegue al hospital; y más importante, cómo usted puede reducir sus factores de riesgo para ayudar a prevenir los procesos de la enfermedad que podrían conducir a un ataque cardíaco.

Heart Attack...Every minute counts

Dennis Trigueros, M.D. & Fatima Hakkak, D.O., cardiologist
Lecture presented on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 • 6:00 pm

Time is critical if you are experiencing a heart attack. Join a virtual presentation with emergency physician Dennis Trigueros, M.D., and cardiologist Fatima Hakkak, D.O. to learn what you need to do if you are experiencing the signs or symptoms of a heart attack; the important actions you need to take immediately; how the medical team will care for you when you arrive at the hospital; and most importantly, how you can lower your risk factors to help prevent the disease processes that could lead to a heart attack.

Dr. Trigueros y Dr. Hakkak's Replay del 4 de mayo de 2022