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Gordon A. Ewy

Gordon A. Ewy, MD
Sarver Heart Center,
University of Arizona College of Medicine, USA

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Biography

Dr. Gordon A. Ewy is professor emeritus of cardiology and director emeritus of the Sarver Heart Center at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. Dr. Ewy is the co-author of four books and nearly numerous scientific publications that include original research contributions, reviews, book chapters and editorials, with more than 270 of these publications listed on the national PUBMED. His primary research focus has been in the field of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and he is active in a busy cardiology practice and as an educator. As director of the Sarver Heart Center, Dr. Ewy led more than 170 physicians and scientists toward attaining a goal of a future free of heart disease, vascular disease and stroke via the academic principles of research, education and patient care. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts and Medical Doctorate from The University of Kansas where he graduated Alpha Omega Alpha (medical student honor society). He completed his internship and first-year medical residency at the Georgetown University Division of the District of Columbia General Hospital. He spent his second year of residency and his cardiology fellowship training at Georgetown University and was on the faculty of Georgetown University School of Medicine for four years before coming to the then new University of Arizona College of Medicine in 1969. Certified in both Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease, Dr. Ewy is a past member of the Cardiovascular Disease Sub-specialty Board of the American Board of Internal Medicine. In this position, he was one of only 10 cardiologists to write the American Board of Internal Medicine subspecialty examination for board certification and re-certification in cardiovascular disease.

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Dr. Gordon A. Ewy's primary research focus has been in the field of cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

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