MD, Medicine, Harvard Medical SchoolPost Graduate,
Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital - Residency - - 2002
Stanford University - Fellowship - - 2006
ABIM - Internal Medicine
Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology
ABIM - Cardiovascular Diseases
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
About the Doctor
Dr. James Beckerman is a cardiologist with the Providence Heart and Vascular Institute at St. Vincent's Hospital in Portland, Oregon. He is committed to helping his patients find healthy solutions to prevent heart disease and improve their quality of life, and he is working to break down barriers between doctors and patients using the internet and social media.
He is excited to share his optimistic approach to heart health and weight loss with his patients and the public in his upcoming book, The Flex Diet, to be published on December 28, 2010 by Simon and Schuster.
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