(LONDON, Ontario) – Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre has attracted three new paediatric cardiologists. Dr. Herschel Rosenberg, Dr. Eva
Welisch and Dr. Ralf Rauch will begin their work at the hospital in late summer.
“Children’s Hospital is very fortunate and pleased to welcome these prominent and experienced paediatric cardiologists. These specialists will help expand the capabilities of Children’s Hospital to better serve the children of Southwestern Ontario,” says Dr. Guido Filler, Chair/Chief, Department of Paediatrics, Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Herschel Rosenberg graduated from the University of Western Ontario and was previously at Children’s Hospital, before moving to the University of Ottawa in 2003. Dr. Rosenberg has a special interest in fetal echocardiography and congenital heart disease.
Dr. Eva Welisch and Dr. Ralf Rauch both hail from Germany. Dr. Rauch is the author of 52 original scientific articles, many in the domain of genetic causes of cardiac anomalies.
Dr. Welisch’s practice has focused mainly in the intensive care unit with a specialization in pacemakers, heart transplantation and postoperative intensive care.
Says Ken Deane, Chief Operating Officer, London Health Sciences Centre, “Our ability to recruit three superb paediatric cardiologists exemplifies our excellent paediatric cardiology program and facilities and our continued commitment to providing outstanding cardiac care for our children. We are delighted to welcome Drs. Rosenberg, Rauch and Welisch to Children’s Hospital.”
About London Health Sciences Centre
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) is one of Canada’s largest acute-care teaching hospitals and is dedicated to excellence in patient care, teaching and research. LHSC has pioneered many national and international medical breakthroughs. Located in London, Ontario, LHSC encompasses three sites, South Street Hospital, University Hospital and Victoria Hospital; two family medical centres; and the London Regional Cancer Program. LHSC is the home of the Children’s Hospital and CSTAR (Canadian Surgical Technologies & Advanced Robotics). LHSC is affiliated with The University of Western Ontario. Physicians and staff at LHSC number more than 9,000 and together they provide care for more than 1 million patients last year.
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Dr. Herschel Rosenberg
Dr. Herschel Rosenberg graduated from the University of Western Ontario, completed his Paediatric Residency at Dalhousie in Halifax and his Paediatric Cardiology Fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children. Dr. Rosenberg joined the Department of Paediatrics as a Paediatric Cardiologist in the late 1980's where he provided excellent clinical care to the children of Southwestern Ontario and beyond. He instituted outreach clinics in Windsor and Thunder Bay. He moved to the University of Ottawa in 2003. Dr. Rosenberg has a special interest in fetal echocardiography and congenital heart disease.
Dr. Ralf Rauch
Dr. Rauch completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Munich and Lausanne, Switzerland and his medical studies at Newport, Great Britain and Lugano, Switzerland. His Paediatric Residency was completed at the University of Erlangen, Germany and his Clinical Fellowship for Paediatric Cardiology at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. Dr. Rauch is the author of 52 original scientific articles, many in the domain of genetic causes of cardiac anomalies.
Dr. Eva Welisch
Dr. Eva Welisch completed her medical studies at the Free University of Berlin and her Paediatric Residency in New Zealand at the Otago Medical School and at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. She completed her Fellowship in Paediatric Cardiology at the Heart and Diabetes Center of North Rhine Westphalia which is a part of the Medical School of the Ruhr University, Germany. Dr. Welisch’s practice has focused mainly in the intensive care unit with a specialization in pacemakers, heart transplantation and postoperative intensive care.