Dr. Lee Goldman

Dr. Lee Goldman is Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. An internationally renowned cardiologist, he developed the Goldman Criteria (a set of guidelines for health care professionals to determine which patients with chest pain require hospital admission) and the Goldman Index (a…

Dr. Lee Goldman is Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. An internationally renowned cardiologist, he developed the Goldman Criteria (a set of guidelines for health care professionals to determine which patients with chest pain require hospital admission) and the Goldman Index (a method for predicting which patients will have heart problems after surgery). He’s the author of more than 480 medical articles and also the lead editor of Goldman-Cecil Medicine, the oldest continuously published medical textbook in the United States.

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Dr. Lee Goldman is Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. An internationally renowned cardiologist, he developed the Goldman Criteria (a set of guidelines for health care professionals to determine which patients with chest pain require hospital admission) and the Goldman Index (a…

Dr. Lee Goldman is Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. An internationally renowned cardiologist, he developed the Goldman Criteria (a set of guidelines for health care professionals to determine which patients with chest pain require hospital admission) and the Goldman Index (a method for predicting which patients will have heart problems after surgery). He’s the author of more than 480 medical articles and also the lead editor of Goldman-Cecil Medicine, the oldest continuously published medical textbook in the United States.

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