TWO CARDIOLOGISTS JOIN GREENVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT SPECIALTY CLINICS
Greenville Regional Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of two cardiologists to its Outpatient Specialty Clinics.
Mark R. Stampehl, M.D. obtained his Master of Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis and his Doctorate of Medicine from St. Louis University. He conducted his residency and fellowship at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
Since 2003, Stampehl has served as a Captain in the Medical Corps for the United States Army/Army National Guard, and he has been a part of the staff at the Ben Taub General Hospital in Houston as an Emergency Center Attending Physician since 2007. He also served as Internal Medicine Clinical Instructor at the Baylor Medicine of College.
Shailesh Nandish, M.D. completed his medical degree at the Bangalore Medical College in Bangalore, India. He performed his residency at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, IL with an emphasis in Internal Medicine. He completed his Fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Following his residency, Nandish served as Medical Director at Danville VA Medical Center, as well as Staff Physician at Marion VA Medical Center, both in Illinois. In each of these roles, he monitored and implemented quality patient care, as well as serving as a lead physician. He also served on the faculty at the Southern Illinois School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine. He currently is conducting his Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Dr. Mark R. Stampehl and Dr. Shailesh Nandish, both part of Prairie Cardiovascular, based in Springfield, IL, will be joining Dr. Robert Trask in seeing patients in rotation on Mondays in the Greenville Regional Hospital Outpatient Specialty Clinic.
For information on either, or to schedule an appointment, contact Prairie Cardiovascular at 217.788.0706.