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.
*Dr. Mishkel took his time, listened to me & is really great to work with!
Dr. Mishkal gave me thoughtful and insightful answers to my questions and assured me of a more thorough explanation following my tests.A very human and considerate doctor.
very polite office.
I noticed that the doctor carefully read my history on file, helped me understand future tests, medications and requirements.
She listens and guide, provides necessary information for health issue.
I felt very comfortable asking questions and getting feedback. I felt listened to and I felt that he heard my concerns which reassured me.
They were professional and knew what they were doing.
I felt heard and the detailed notes about our discussion in the report assured me that I was receiving quality care.
dr. Mishkel explained everything about my condition and a course of action that I was more than happy to hear. I think he is without a doubt the most knowledgeable and caring cardiologist I have ever had
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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...