David Gordon, MD, Cardiology, Des Moines, IA, MercyOne Newton Medical Center

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Cardiology Des Moines, IA

Adult Congenital Heart Disease

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Summary

  • Dr. David Gordon, MD is a cardiologist in Des Moines, Iowa. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Iowa. He is affiliated with Mercy Medical Center-Des Moines, UnityPoint Health - Iowa Methodist Medical Center, and MercyOne Newton Medical Center.

Education & Training

  • New York Presbyterian Hospital -  Columbia Campus
    New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia CampusFellowship, Cardiovascular Disease, 1965 - 1966
  • VA Medical CenterResidency, Internal Medicine, 1963 - 1965
  • SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn
    SUNY Health Science Center at BrooklynInternship, Transitional Year, 1962 - 1963
  • NYU School of Medicine
    NYU School of MedicineClass of 1962

Certifications & Licensure

  • IA State Medical License
    IA State Medical License 1968 - 2018
  • American Board of Internal Medicine Internal Medicine
  • American Board of Internal Medicine Cardiovascular Disease

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • Fellow (FACC) American College of Cardiology

Publications & Presentations

PubMed

Press Mentions

  • Effect of Intracoronary Delivery of Autologous Bone Marrow Mononuclear Cells 2 to 3 Weeks Following Acute Myocardial Infarction on Left Ventricular Function: The LateTIME Randomized Trial
    Effect of Intracoronary Delivery of Autologous Bone Marrow Mononuclear Cells 2 to 3 Weeks Following Acute Myocardial Infarction on Left Ventricular Function: The LateTIME Randomized TrialSeptember 22, 2019 22:52
  • Bone Marrow Stem Cells Can Improve Heart Function, Study Suggests
    Bone Marrow Stem Cells Can Improve Heart Function, Study SuggestsFebruary 10, 2016 16:15

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