Bronson Cardiothoracic Surgery is pleased to welcome physician assistant, Kelli Roe. Kelli joins Alphonse DeLucia, MD; Michael Halpin, MD; Paula Young, PA-C and Christi Wolmagood, NP.
Prior to joining Bronson, Kelli practiced in the Pulmonary Transplant & Critical Care unit at Duke University Medical Center.
She completed her physician assistant surgical residency at Duke University Medical Center, and received her master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Central Michigan University.
Kelli can be contacted by calling (269) 341-7333.
About Bronson Heart & Vascular Care
Bronson’s Heart & Vascular program is a comprehensive, regional collaboration for the prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular conditions. A multidisciplinary team of adult and pediatric cardiovascular physicians, three hospitals and supporting services deliver an advanced, seamless continuum of care for patients throughout southwest and south central Michigan. Specialties include robotic surgery, noninvasive valve replacement, electrophysiology, peripheral vascular and endovascular procedures. All cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons are board certified.
In 2012, Bronson Methodist Hospital was the first hospital chosen to bring a new lifesaving procedure, called transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), to southwest Michigan. The hospital is rated Best in Region* for cardiac surgery, and received five stars for treatment of heart attack and valve surgery from Healthgrades in 2013. Bronson Methodist Hospital is also rated for overall excellence in 2013 as one of Healthgrades America’s 100 Best Hospitals.
*Region is southwest Michigan as defined by Michigan Department of Transportation - http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,4616,7-151-9623-25518--,00.html