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Raise the banner: From left, Dr. Mark Kronenfeld, Dr. Jacob Shani, Dr. Greg Rabakov, Lorraine Carroll, Kenneth Gibbs, Dr. Robert Rhee, and Dr. Steven Konstadt raise the flag at Maimonides Medical Center in recognition of National Heart Month.
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Raise the flag for the heart-healthy heroes at Maimonides Heart and Vascular Center for celebrating National Heart Month at the main campus on Feb. 14.

The staff, including Dr. Mark Kronenfeld, vice chairman of the Anesthesiology department; Dr. Jacob Shani, chairman of the Cardiology department; Dr. Greg Ribakov, chief at the Cardiothoracic Surgery department; Lorraine Carroll, assistant vice president; Kenneth Gibbs, chief executive officer at the hospital; Dr. Robert Rhee, chief of the Vascular Surgery department; Dr. Steven Konstadt, chairman of the Anesthesiology department; and invited guests hoisted the Heart Month flag outside the entrance on 10th Avenue.

After a century of trailblazing new therapies for heart disease, excellence at the Maimonides Heart and Vascular Center has come to be expected by the borough’s 2.8 million residents.

Maimonides Medical Center [4802 10th Ave. at 48th Street in Borough Park, (718) 283–6401].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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