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Cardiology Services Now Available at Copeman Healthcare Vancouver

Welcome Visiting Cardiologists Dr. Heilbron and Dr. Isserow to the Cardiac Health Program

Copeman Healthcare is pleased to announce that starting in August, Dr. Brett Heilbron and Dr. Saul Isserow will be providing cardiology services to Copeman Healthcare clients in Vancouver. These outstanding cardiologists will be available Fridays based on Copeman physician referrals.

Dr. Brett Heilbron

Dr. Heilbron completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cape Town (South Africa), and practiced as a rural family physician in Newfoundland and Manitoba for 4 years. He then completed Internal Medicine and Cardiology training at the University of British Columbia in 1995.

Dr. Heilbron is currently a Clinical and Invasive Diagnostic Cardiologist and Co-Director of the Advanced Cardiac Imaging Program at St. Pauls Hospital / Providence Heart + Lung Institute, and a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia.

His interests include cardiac imaging and information technology.

Dr. Saul Isserow

Dr. Isserow graduated from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1986. He then practiced general medicine and trained in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Saskatchewan before completing his Internal Medicine and Cardiology training.

Currently, Dr. Isserow is the Director of Cardiovascular Health at Vancouver General Hospital, Director of Cardiology Services at the University of British Columbia Hospital and Director of Clinical Cardiology at Vancouver General Hospital. In 2008, he was Vancouver Coastal Health`s Medical Director of the Healthy Heart Program. During the 2010 Winter Olympics he was head of the on-call cardiology team.

Dr. Isserow is the recipient of the 2007 People’s Choice Award: Vancouver General Hospital Medical Staff Award for Clinical Excellence. He has also recently been appointed Vancouver Coastal Regional Head for Cardiac Rehabilitation.