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AUG 2015

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76 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.15 James Link Partners in Women's Health, a part of KentuckyOne Health 3940 Dupont Circle 895-1111 Anna K. Feitelson Associates in OB-GYN, a part of Norton Women's Care 4121 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 300 899-6700 Reed C. Nett Advocates for Women's Health, a part of Norton Women's Care 9880 Angies Way, Suite 350 423-9595 Ann Gridler Women First of Louisville 3900 Kresge Way, Suite 30 891-8700 James Forrester Partners in Women's Health, a part of KentuckyOne Health 3940 Dupont Circle 895-1111 Holly Brown Women First of Louisville 3900 Kresge Way, Suite 30 891-8700 Nancy J. Newman Associates in OB-GYN, a part of Norton Women's Care 4121 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 300 899-6700 Rebecca Terry Women First of Louisville 3900 Kresge Way, Suite 30 891-8700 Lori Warren Women First of Louisville 3900 Kresge Way, Suite 30 891-8700 Oncology-Hematology Jeffrey B. Hargis Norton Cancer Institute 3991 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 405 899-3366 Patrick Williams Norton Cancer Institute 3991 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 405 899-3366 Janell Seeger Norton Cancer Institute 4950 Norton Healthcare Blvd., Suite 300 394-6350 U. Geetha Joseph Baptist Health Medical Group–Consultants in Blood Disorders-Cancer 4003 Kresge Way, Suite 500 897-1166 Michael Kommor Baptist Health Medical Group–Consultants in Blood Disorders-Cancer 4003 Kresge Way, Suite 500 897-1166 Don A. Stevens Norton Cancer Institute 3991 Dutchmans Lane, Floor 4 899-3366 Ophthalmology Susan Berberich Kentucky Eye Care 6400 Dutchmans Pkwy., Suite 125 896-8700 Frank Burns Frank R Burns M.D. 13324 Shelbyville Road 245-0305 Brennan Greene The Eye Care Institute 1536 Story Ave. 589-1500 Edward Britt Brockman John Kenyon American Eye Institute 519 State St. New Albany, Ind. (812) 948-0616 Craig Douglas Ophthalmology Associates 3810 Springhurst Blvd., Suite 100 897-9881 Julie Lee Julie S. Lee, M.D. 3950 Kresge Way, Suite 105 893-9825 John Meyer The Eye Care Institute 1536 Story Ave. 589-1500 Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery George Kushner UofL Dental Associates 401 E. Chestnut St., Unit 550 852-5401 Ralph Green 3809-B Poplar Level Road 459-4273 Christopher Noonan Kentuckiana Oral & Maxillo Facial Surgery Associates 225 Abraham Flexner Way, Suite 302 587-7874 Brian Alpert UofL Dental Associates 401 E. Chestnut Street Unit 550 852-5401 Gregory Strull Drs. Strull & Strull 4122 Shelbyville Road, Suite A 896-4401 Orthopaedic Surgery Donald Pomeroy Pomeroy and Rhoads Orthopaedics, 4331 Churchman Ave., Suite 101 364-0902 Heine, a partner at One Anesthesia, says, "I like anesthesiology because it can be fairly intense." Tell us about a complicated surgery you've worked on. "We had a young woman that came in last week with what we call infectious endocarditis. She had large infectious lesions in her heart, and the surgeon had to go in and open her heart and take them out and replace a valve. She was very ill when she came into the operating room, so I developed an anesthetic plan. One other thing I do now for a particular case like that is transesophageal echocardiography. I put a probe into the patient's esophagus and stomach to take images of the heart and help guide the surgeon." Do people come in with a lot of fear of anesthesia? "I think people come in with a healthy respect for the issues involved with being placed under anesthesia. One of our jobs is to kind of put them at ease and address any anxiety issues. I think the most common fear that patients have is waking up during the middle of surgery, but they've probably watched too much TV. That really doesn't happen." What are some of the things you like to do outside work? "I'm actually a graduate student at the University of Louisville, pursuing my master's in anthropology. I never had any formal training in anthropology, but I've read a wide variety of biological and cultural anthropology-related stuff over the last 20 years." What kinds of things are you studying? "My real interest has been in evolutionary human migrational patterns, and also the connection of human morality and organic brain function. It seems increasingly evident that morality is not connected to, for example, religion. It's a function of just the way your brain is built. And humans needed to be altruistic as they evolved. Ultimately, my thesis is probably going to be focused on evolutionary medicine. It's been nice to be back in school and be the old guy in class." Dr. Timothy Heine

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