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I moved from Canada to Springfield IL in 1992, where I practiced interventional cardiology (coronary, peripheral arterial/venous, endovascular repair of aneurysms, structural heart) until 2015. I became the Executive Medical Director of the Prairie Heart Institute in 2014 where I was responsible for the CV product line across cardiology/CV and vascular surgery/anesthesia on both the inpatient and outpatient side. In 2017 I received an MBA from Kelley School of Business/Indiana University. I joined NorthShore as VP/Cardiology Operations and Chief/Division of Cardiology on Jan 15/2019. I practice now as a general/consultative cardiologist.
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Dr. Mishkel always take's the time to explain and understand all of my concerns about my health. I am always confident that he give's me the best medical advice on how to keep me safe and knowledgeable on my condition.
Dr Mishkel is always very thorough, takes the time to listen to my concerns and gives his best medical advice in Layman's terms. I would highly recommend him to my family and friends.
Very professional & precise in providing clinical information.
Dr Mishkel is consistently excellent!We liked him last year, and we still do.His knowledge and willingness to share and explain impressed us once again.He is patient, clear and professional -- all of which are much appreciated.
I could not be happier than to have him a a cardiologist. He is very thorough with imaging to assess what is going, explains the results very well, and seeks my questions and input. He also has a sense of humor
Everything was fine!
Very good care.
The overall experience was truly remarkable. The depth and breadth of his knowledge are exceptional, and his explanations are the clearest I have ever heard.
Instead of throwing me on another medication he is trying to find a way to decrease my meds and sent my PCP his thoughts.
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“Because the vast majority of heart failure is related to some underlying disease, a large amount can be prevented,” says Gregory Mishkel, MD, division head of cardiology at NorthShore...