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Cardiologist Jacques Joseph Lamothe Joins HealthCare Partners
Published on Thu, Jan 17, 2013 (10:37 a.m.)LAS VEGAS – (January 17, 2012) Cardiologist Jacques Joseph Lamothe, M.D. has joined Cardiovascular Consultants of Nevada HealthCare Partners Cardiology, a premiere physician-led cardiology group providing specialty care in Southern Nevada.
On Jan. 1, Dr. Lamothe began seeing cardiology patients at the HealthCare Partners Cardiology La Canada Clinic, located at 3131 La Canada St., Suite 200 in Las Vegas. Dr. Lamothe will work in conjunction with a group of 27 highly trained and experienced HealthCare Partners cardiologists.
Dr. Lamothe joined Cardiovascular Consultants of Nevada HealthCare Partners Cardiology from Advanced Cardiology Specialists and a private practice. He attended medical school at the University of Ottowa Health Science in Ontario, Canada and completed his cardiology fellowship at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Phoenix.
Patients can visit HealthCare Partners’ website, www.hcpnv.com, for directions and appointment information.
About Cardiovascular Consultants of Nevada HealthCare Partners Cardiology
Cardiovascular Consultants of Nevada HealthCare Partners Cardiology is the cardiology arm of HealthCare Partners Nevada, a network of more than 290 primary care physicians and more than 1,300 specialists. With medical clinics and specialty care affiliates throughout Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Pahrump and Boulder City, HealthCare Partners Nevada is committed to delivering the highest quality of care to all of its patients. Through its Total Care model, HealthCare Partners provides patient-centered comprehensive primary, specialty and urgent care services. Founded in 1996, HealthCare Partners Nevada is an affiliate of HealthCare Partners LLC, which has offices in California, Florida, New Mexico and Nevada.
For more information about HealthCare Partners Nevada, please visit www.hcpnv.com
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