Mitral Valve Repair at Johns Hopkins

Dr. James Gammie talks about the multidisciplinary, disease-centric mitral valve program at Johns Hopkins, including the novel therapies available to patients with structural heart disease and who often need complex care. He also addresses when to refer a patient, when repair is preferred over replacement, and how the program is focused on whole heart repair.

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James Gammie, MD

James Gammie, MD

Surgical Lead and Co-Director
Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute

James S. Gammie, M.D., is a cardiac surgeon in Baltimore, Maryland. He also serves as co-director and surgical director of the Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute.

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