Going by www.usnews.com/besthospitals The Cleveland Clinic, the very site you are posting on is listed as the #1 Hospital for Cardiac Surgery (2006). A hospital who is listed as #1 should have the BEST Cardiac Surgeons on staff or it would not be named #1.
YOU COME ON THIS SITE ASKING FOR THE 10 TOP CARDIACTHORACIC SURGEONS. WHAT'S THE MATTER THE CARDIAC SURGEON POSTED ON YOUR WEBSITE(SEE BELOW) WAS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU?
Mr. Pick learned that he would need heart valve replacement surgery on November 3, 2005. Eight weeks later, Dr. Vaughn Starnes performed aortic and pulmonary valve replacements (the Ross Procedure) on Mr. Pick at the University of Southern California Medical Center.
Slick way trying to push for your book since "advertising" is not allowed on this site.
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