Suzanne Mae Hall , MD

Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease

Overview

After joining Providence Heart and Vascular Institute in April 2005, Dr. Hall began developing a new program focused on prevention, treatment and rehabilitation for women with cardiovascular disease. Her plans for Providence Women and Heart Disease Program integrate multiple facets of cardiovascular health care, including preventive education focusing on nutrition, diabetes management, exercise and vascular wellness, and comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation. In addition to her leadership role with Providence, she maintains a busy practice with Columbia Cardiology Associates in Portland and lectures frequently throughout the community to raise awareness about the risks and symptoms of heart disease in women. Dr. Hall earned her medical degree at Oregon Health & Science University. She completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center before completing a Cardiology fellowship at the University of Utah Medical Center (Salt Lake City). Major accomplishments - 1985: Founder and former director of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center (Portland, Oregon).

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Specialties: Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease

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Fax: (503) 321-6095
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