Dr. Andrew Manganaro majored in Philosophy and Biology in College. He got his M.D. from New York University (school of Medicine), where he was a scholar, and a Henry Viets Fellow. He finalized his residency in general surgery at the New York University and later spent two years as a research fellow at the ULCA School of Medicine.
Dr. Andrew Manganaro finally finished his residency and chief residency in cardiothoracic and vascular surgery at the University to of Rochester and then received full certification in thoracic surgery.
Dr. Andrew Manganaro spent the next 35 year in the private practice of thoracic, cardiac, and vascular surgery and after retiring from that practice, he became the CMO(Chief Medical Officer) at Life Line Screening, a position he still holds today.
Dr. Andrew Manganaro attributes his success in the medical field to his ability to keep up with of the scientific literature and identifying what is and what is not known.
The ideas of Life line screening came from the fact many patients suffer medical catastrophes from conditions like ruptured abdominal aortic and carotid embolic strokes, situations that could have been prevented if the disease had been identified at its early stages.
Dr. Andrew is excited with the awareness taking place in the scientific community on ways to deal with such diseases. This way, doctors can help the patients with the right medication and advice on the right lifestyle changes to address the progression of the condition and future occurrences of the same.
Life line screening comprises of highly skilled and licensed healthcare officials who provide community-based screening services. The screenings happen in neighborhoods in contiguous the United States, Places of worship, corporations and senior centers.
Apart from screenings, the medical center offers additional help through the Life Screening Health E-Newsletter,to improve your individual health and wellness.