As the Chief Medical Officer at Life Line Screening, Dr. Andrew Manganaro is responsible for overseeing the company’s national health screening services. He has bachelor’s degrees in both Philosophy and Biology. He earned his medical degree at the New York University School of Medicine which he attended as a Henry Viets Fellow. His medical residency and chief residency were both completed at the New York University/Bellevue Hospital Medical Center. He has also performed research into cardiovascular physiology at the UCLA School of Medicine. Before joining Life Line Screening, Dr. Andrew Manganaro spent 35 years in private practice. He performed vascular, cardiac, and thoracic surgeries.
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While serving in private practice, Dr. Manganaro saw patients with many conditions that could have been prevented if they had been caught early, such as ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms as well as carotid embolic strokes. He joined Life Line Screening because he believes that most conditions, if caught early, can be successfully treated before they become a medical emergency. His role at the company includes assuring quality assurance standards are upheld and he also handles the day to day operations of the Clinical Department which includes physicians who interpret health screening reports, perform research, and other matters.
Life Line Screening offers three types of scans; limited electrocardiograph, finger-stick blood screenings, and ultrasound screenings. These screenings are held at convenient locations across the United States. The types of facilities that they hold a screening at include places of worship, senior centers, community centers, and business offices. This type of screenings are designed to be painless, affordable, and easy. They don’t require the removal of clothing and also don’t require any preparation. The screenings are performed by medical professionals who have been highly trained. They also use the same equipment that is found in hospitals across the nation.