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Take-A-Lesson with Dr. Marcus Williams, President of the Association of Black Cardiologists, Inc.

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Dr. Marcus Williams join host Annalisa Adams-Qualtiere, President of Altruistic Leadership & Ed Harris, Leadership Consultant to discuss his leadership & the importance of good health. About Our Guest Dr. Williams works with Cardiac Associates of North Jersey and provides primary and urgent care in cardiology, offering a full range of services that address acute and chronic cardiac related illnesses, including acute heart attack, unstable angina, congestive heart failure and life threatening arrhythmia. Dr. Williams is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Nuclear Cardiology; he currently practices at the following hospitals: Valley Health System, Chilton Memorial Hospital and Bergen Regional Hospital Prior to joining Cardiac Associates of North Jersey, PA, he served as Chief of Cardiology for the Veterans Affairs Hospital in East Orange, NJ. His clinical interests and expertise are in Hyperlipidemia, cardiovascular research and general cardiology. Dr. Williams is currently President Elect of the American Heart Association Board and President of the Association of Black Cardiologists, Inc., (ABC) a nonprofit organization whose mission is to champion the elimination of the disparities related to cardiovascular disease in all people of color through education & research. Dr Williams completed his internship and residency at the University of North Carolina (UNC) and completed his research and clinical cardiology Fellowship at UNC. Dr. Williams graduated from Yale University and earned his Medical Degree with honors from George Washington University. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Marcus Williams to Take-A-Lesson!

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