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Dr. Joseph A. Moore

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Interventional Cardiologist

Phone: (314) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Mercy Health Plans Inc
14528 South Outer 40 Suite 300
Chesterfield , Missouri 63017
United States

Company Description: The Sisters of Mercy Health System (Mercy) was established in 1986 to serve as the parent corporation of a variety of health care facilities and services sponsored...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • MD
  • medical degree
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USNS Mercy Arrives in Dili
www.news.navy.mil, 27 Aug 2006 [cached]
"The people of Dili have asked us to come and we're going to treat as many patients as possible," said Capt. Joseph Moore, Mercy Medical Treatment Facility commanding officer.
Mercy's mission is being carried out in partnership with volunteers from nongovernmental organizations, such as Project HOPE and Aloha Medical Mission, along with many military medical specialists from the United States, India, Malaysia and Canada, and in close coordination with local medical care professionals.
The crew is providing various services, such as optometry screenings, eyewear distribution, physical therapy, radiology and laboratory services, dermatology, urology, obstetrics and gynecology, general surgery, ophthalmologic surgery, plastic surgery, basic medical evaluation and treatment, preventative medicine treatment, dental treatment and immunizations.
Interventional Cardiologist Joins Mercy - WashMo.com - Washington, Missouri
washmo.com, 7 May 2011 [cached]
Dr. Joseph Moore Joseph A. Moore, MD, FACC, is bringing full-time interventional cardiac care to St. John's Mercy Hospital. Dr. Moore is a board-certified interventional cardiologist specializing in complex coronary angioplasty and stents. He joins Joseph Polizzi, MD, FACC, in Washington as part of St. John's Mercy Heart and Vascular.
"Dr. Moore is a highly skilled interventional cardiologist," said Dr. Polizzi.
...
As an interventionalist, Dr. Moore performs, among other procedures, peripheral angioplasty and the more advanced transradial cardiac catheterization (TRC), which he has been practicing since 1994. During transradial cardiac catheterization, instead of using the femoral artery in the groin to access a blockage, Dr. Moore uses the radial artery, or artery on the thumb side of the hand, for the cardiac catheterization procedure.
The advantages of the transradial cardiac catheterization are that more than 80 percent of patients are candidates for the procedure, the puncture site can be closed immediately, even if a stent has just been placed, and patients can get out of bed immediately. Many patients can go home within just a few hours after the procedure.
Prior to moving back to the St. Louis area, Dr. Moore was in private practice in cardiology in Jacksonville, Fla. From 1999-2002, he was a cardiologist with Mercy Cardiology Clinic, (now Mercy Heart and Vascular). Among other positions, he has previously served as Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo, Ohio, Chief of Cardiology at St. Louis VA Medical Center inSt. Louis and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Saint Louis University.
Dr. Moore completed a fellowship in interventional cardiology at Saint Louis University Medical Center in St. Louis in 1994 and a fellowship in general cardiology at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo in 1993. He earned his medical degree and completed his residency at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo.
Dr. Moore has returned to Mercy to help establish an advanced cardiology program in Washington, a town that reminds him of the small, riverfront town where he grew up in Ohio. "Coming to Washington is like coming home, and it's an honor to be here. The town and the people are very similar to what I knew growing up," said Dr. Moore.
Dr. Joseph ...
www.mercy.net, 11 May 2011 [cached]
Dr. Joseph Moore
Joseph A. Moore, MD, FACC, is bringing full-time interventional cardiac care to St. John's Mercy Hospital. Dr. Moore is a board-certified interventional cardiologist specializing in complex coronary angioplasty and stents. He joins Joseph Polizzi, MD, FACC, in Washington as part of St. John's Mercy Heart and Vascular.
"Dr. Moore is a highly skilled interventional cardiologist," said Dr. Polizzi.
...
As an interventionalist, Dr. Moore performs, among other procedures, peripheral angioplasty and the more advanced transradial cardiac catheterization (TRC), which he has been practicing since 1994. During transradial cardiac catheterization, instead of using the femoral artery in the groin to access a blockage, Dr. Moore uses the radial artery, or artery on the thumb side of the hand, for the cardiac catheterization procedure.
The advantages of the transradial cardiac catheterization are that more than 80 percent of patients are candidates for the procedure, the puncture site can be closed immediately, even if a stent has just been placed, and patients can get out of bed immediately. Many patients can go home within just a few hours after the procedure.
Prior to moving back to the St. Louis area, Dr. Moore was in private practice in cardiology in Jacksonville, Fla. From 1999-2002, he was a cardiologist with Mercy Cardiology Clinic, (now Mercy Heart and Vascular). Among other positions, he has previously served as Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo, Ohio, Chief of Cardiology at St. Louis VA Medical Center in St. Louis and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Saint Louis University.
Dr. Moore completed a fellowship in interventional cardiology at Saint Louis University Medical Center in St. Louis in 1994 and a fellowship in general cardiology at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo in 1993. He earned his medical degree and completed his residency at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo.
Dr. Moore has returned to Mercy to help establish an advanced cardiology program in Washington, a town that reminds him of the small, riverfront town where he grew up in Ohio. "Coming to Washington is like coming home, and it's an honor to be here. The town and the people are very similar to what I knew growing up," said Dr. Moore.
Mercy Newsroom
www.mercy.net, 25 April 2011 [cached]
Joseph Moore

Joseph A. Moore, MD, FACC, is bringing full-time interventional cardiac care to St. John’s Mercy Hospital. Dr. Moore is a board-certified interventional cardiologist specializing in complex coronary angioplasty and stents. He joins Joseph Polizzi, MD, FACC, in Washington as part of St. John’s Mercy Heart and Vascular.

“Dr. Moore is a highly skilled interventional cardiologist,†said Dr. Polizzi. “Every community would be fortunate to have someone of his caliber and professionalism in their hospital. We are certainly grateful that he’s joining Mercy and will serve our patients, allowing us to advance our cardiology services to a level that hospitals even larger than us don’t currently have.â€

As an interventionalist, Dr. Moore performs, among other procedures, peripheral angioplasty and the more advanced transradial cardiac catheterization (TRC), which he has been practicing since 1994. During transradial cardiac catheterization, instead of using the femoral artery in the groin to access a blockage, Dr. Moore uses the radial artery, or artery on the thumb side of the hand, for the cardiac catheterization procedure.

The advantages of the transradial cardiac catheterization are that more than 80 percent of patients are candidates for the procedure, the puncture site can be closed immediately, even if a stent has just been placed, and patients can get out of bed immediately. Many patients can go home within just a few hours after the procedure.

Prior to moving back to the St. Louis area, Dr. Moore was in private practice in cardiology in Jacksonville, Fla. From 1999-2002, he was a cardiologist with Mercy Cardiology Clinic, (now Mercy Heart and Vascular). Among other positions, he has previously served as Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo, Ohio, Chief of Cardiology at St. Louis VA Medical Center in St. Louis and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Saint Louis University.

Dr. Moore completed a fellowship in interventional cardiology at Saint Louis University Medical Center in St. Louis in 1994 and a fellowship in general cardiology at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo in 1993. He earned his medical degree and completed his residency at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo.

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Cardiojax
www.cardiojax.com, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Joseph A. Moore, M.D.
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