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Friday October 18th, 2019 4:48AM

Doctors who left The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia plan offices in Atlanta, Braselton, Lawrenceville

By AccessWDUN Staff

The doctors who abruptly left The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia in Gainesville earlier this year are in the process of setting up offices Atlanta, Braselton, and Lawrenceville. 

The Northside Cardiovascular Institute will include these physicians:

Dr. Allison Dupont

Dr. Brenda Hott

Dr. Christopher Leach

Dr. Mark Leimbach

Dr. Jeffrey Marshall

Dr. Mark Matthews

Dr. Kashyap Patel

Dr. Mehrdad Toosi

Dr. Pradyumna Tummala

Dr. Steven Wang

Dr. Heather Westmoreland

Dr. Andrew Yen

Dr. Jeffrey Marshall, chief of the Northside Cardiovascular Institute, said that this group of physicians, over the past 17 years, created one of the premier cardiovascular programs in the nation and was consistently ranked number one in the state.

“As we discussed how to best continue our pursuit of excellence in comprehensive cardiovascular care, we knew we needed a partner like Northside Hospital that shared this vision and had the energy to go to the next level,” said Dr. Marshall. “We are excited to begin this new partnership.”

Dr, Marshall and the others left The Heart Center in May.

 

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