Dr. ANdrew Manganaro has lead a prestigious career in the medical field before assuming his position at Life Line Screening. He received his MD from NYU as a University Scholar and Henry Vets Fellow. After school, he completed his residency and chief residency at Bellevue. Then he moved to UCLA School of Medicine to complete his research fellowship in cardiovascular physiology. He became a board certified thoracic surgeon through his work with University of Rochester. After 35 years, he retired from private practice where he now holds the position of Chief Medical Officer at Life Line.
Life Line Screening was inspired by his work as a cardiovascular surgeon. He saw many cardiovascular type of disasters that could have been prevented if the customer knew about the systems before the event occurred. The trend of identifying asymptomatic systems in a patient before it becomes a problem excited Dr. Manganaro. As an entrepreneur, Dr. Manganaro has learned that failure comes with the territory. He knows he must assess why he failed and learn from it. Also, he makes it his mission to invest in research and scientific literature. The goal of life line screening it to prevent a problem before it happens.
Life Life Screenings conduct three type of screenings. They conduct ultra sound screenings, finger stick blood screenings, and limited electrocardiograph. The ultrasound can help the doctors detect abdominal aortic aneurysm and carotid artery disease screening. Finger stick blood screenings help to detect risk factors for heart disease and diabetes. The limited electrocardiograph, EKG, helps to detect atrial fibrillation and other heart issues. The results of these screenings help patients do something before it is too late. Other screenings are available, such as prostate cancer, thyroid disease, and other life saving screenings. These preventive screenings will help to accurately detect most issues before they become major.