Cardiologist Elected to Serve as a District Councilor Of NY’s ACC Chapter

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Dr. Denier is a clinical cardiologist at South Nassau Communities Hospital’s Center for Cardiovascular Health. Dr. Denier’s primary responsibility as a district councilor is grassroots advocacy at the …

Dr. Denier is a clinical cardiologist at South Nassau Communities Hospital’s Center for Cardiovascular Health. Dr. Denier’s primary responsibility as a district councilor is grassroots advocacy at the state and federal government levels.

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  • 1. News From:For Immediate Release March 28, 2013Contact: Damian Becker, Manager of Media Relations (516) 377-5370 Cardiologist Elected to Serve as a District Councilor Of NY’s ACC Chapter Oceanside, N.Y. — The New York State Chapter of the American College of Cardiologyrecently announced that Donna Denier, MD, FACC, has been re-elected by its membership toserve as the chapter’s District 2 Councilor. The three-year term begins at the close of 2013. “I am grateful that my colleagues are putting their trust in me to do my part to ensure thatthe organization fulfills its mission of providing quality educational programs and services andleadership and advocacy that advances the field of Cardiology and facilitates practical, sensiblesolutions to issues that affect the practice and advancement of cardiology in New York,” said Dr.Denier. Dr. Denier’s primary responsibility as a district councilor is grassroots advocacy at thestate and federal government levels. This includes scheduling meetings with local government aswell as state and federal legislators, including members of the state senate and assembly and U.S.Congress, to discuss issues impacting the practice of cardiology and practical solutions to theissues. Dr. Denier is a clinical cardiologist at South Nassau Communities Hospital’s Center forCardiovascular Health. She is board-certified in cardiology and internal medicine. Prior to joiningSouth Nassau, Dr. Denier was in private practice in Franklin Square, NY and was also the chief ofcardiology at NSLIJ Health System-Franklin Hospital. Dr. Denier is a fellow in the American College of Cardiology and the Nassau Academy ofMedicine and is a former member of the Congestive Heart Failure Task Force at North Shore/LIJ.She earned a B.S. degree from Long Island University-C.W. Post and obtained her medicaldegree from SUNY at Stony Brook School of Medicine. She completed both her residency andcardiology fellowship at Winthrop University Hospital. South Nassau Communities Hospital is one of the region’s largest hospitals, with 435beds, more than 900 physicians and 3,000 employees. Located in Oceanside, NY, the hospital isan acute-care, not-for-profit teaching hospital that provides state-of-the-art care in cardiac,
  • 2. oncologic, orthopedic, bariatric, pain management, mental health and emergency services. Inaddition to its extensive outpatient specialty centers, South Nassau provides emergency andelective angioplasty and is the only hospital on Long Island with the Novalis Tx™ and GammaKnife® Perfexion radiosurgery technologies. South Nassau is a designated Stroke Center by theNew York State Department of Health and Comprehensive Community Cancer Center by theAmerican College of Surgeons and is recognized as a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence bythe American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. For more information, visitwww.southnassau.org. -30-