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TMC CardioVascular Symposium Rebrands and expands nationally after 13 years as a Tucson Event

For the past 13 years, the TMC CardioVascular Symposium has been hosted in Tucson and offered a comprehensive update on the management of cardiovascular disease. This year, the CardioVascular Symposium has grown into a national event, renamed The CardioVascular Interventions Summit (CVIS). CVIS will take place on October 14th – 15th at The El Conquistador Resort in Tucson. It will feature insightful lectures, case-based reviews, live case sessions, interactive panel discussions with ample opportunity to directly engage with the world-renowned faculty, as well as the chance to network with leading thought leaders and peers.

“CVIS has emerged as a unique educational opportunity to highlight the latest advancements in the field of Cardiology to improve patient care. The Tucson community will now have access to a national conference that attracts a broad range of national experts into our community.” – Neil Gheewala, MD, MPH, FACC, CVIS Course Director

CVIS has been designed to provide a comprehensive update on the management of cardiovascular disease, and thoroughly review the latest evidence-based research, as well as optimal techniques and technologies for the management of Aortic and Mitral Valve Disease, Peripheral Arterial Disease, Pulmonary Embolism, and the Left Atrial Appendage. The target audience for CVIS is comprised of interventional and clinical cardiologists, cardiac and vascular surgeons, nurses, nurse practitioners, primary care providers, and other allied health professionals who are dedicated to the management of patients with cardiovascular disease.

A special evening session on Cardiogenic Shock and High-Risk PCI will be held October 14th and the Main CVIS Sessions will be held on October 15th, including 2 special lunch breakout sessions on Volume to Value in Cardiovascular Medicine and Nursing Leadership in Cardiac Care. Educational Sessions are complemented with dedicated exhibits with F&B functions, and a Welcome Reception, which encourages an atmosphere that is conducive to direct engagement between faculty, attendees, and our industry partners.

Early registration discount ends on September 30th. To register or learn more information about CVIS, please visit: