Nadeem Husain, M.D. has joined the cardiology staff at Skaggs Regional Medical Center.  He was initially referred to Skaggs Regional Medical Center by Dr. Vijit, a former cardiologist at Skaggs.  Husain says, “Dr. Vijit spoke highly of the staff and facility here at Skaggs.  When I came to Skaggs it was apparent why he enjoyed his time here: the practice, people, and environment of Skaggs.  I am very pleased to be here and a part of the team.”

Dr. Husain attended medical school at the University of Punjab, Pakistan.  He came to the United States in 1994 and began his residency in internal medicine at the University of South Alabama.  He later served as a primary care physician at the Mobile County Health Department.  In 2001, he joined the faculty of University of South Alabama, where he was assistant professor of medicine.  While there he was involved in clinical teaching and mentoring of medical students.  Dr. Husain finished his fellowship in cardiology from the University of Alabama in 2008.  At that time he completed one year of additional training in interventional cardiology at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.

Dr. Husain has been involved in clinical research in interventional cardiology and has publications in national journals including, Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine.  Husain is a well-read speaker on various topics nationally, including, “Hurricane Heart”, a presentation at the Cardiovascular Revascularization Therapies 2008 meeting in Washington, D.C., discussing myocardial stunning precipitated by Hurricane Katrina.

Dr. Husain loves to travel and spend time with his wife and two young daughters, ages 6 and 9.  He joins Drs. Arunakul, Bhargava, and Nissenbaum at Branson Heart Center, 1150 State Hwy 248, Branson, Missouri, (417) 336-4112.

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