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Joseph Love, DO, Principal and Medical DirectorJoseph Love, DO is Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery, Program Director General Surgery, USF/Morsani Collee of Medicine and Trauma Surgeon Regional Medical Center at Bayonet Point, a State Level 2 trauma center.  Dr. Love is Medical Director of AirLife Tampa and Inverness Florida.  Dr. Love is retired USAF emergency medicine and trauma doctor with tours in Afghanistan and Iraq.   Dr. Love has served as Medical Director for Memorial Hermann LifeFlight in Houston, Texas. for 5 years, Joseph Love MD followed James “Red” Duke,MD as the Medical Director for LifeFlight at the Mermorial Hermann Trauma Institute.   Joseph Love MD, is  a strong advocate for multiple technologies of benefit to both private civilian and military use.

Kriegh Moulton, MD, Cardiac Electrophysiologist and Heart Rhythms Expert
A board certified electrophysiologist in cardiovascular medicine in practiice for over 39 years.  Dr. Kriegh Moulton graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in 1983. After residency training in cardiology,  Dr. Moulton completed his electrophysiology fellowship training at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Moulton was directly involved in the development of the procedure known as radio-frequency catheter ablation, a procedure often used to this day to treat Wolf-Parkinson-White Syndrome a condtiion known to create very rapid heart rates in those who hove the condition, one that becomes apparent when these persons compete in athletics.  Ablation procedures help to neutralize accessory pathways in WPW and in other cardiac arrthymia disorders.

Dr. Moulton has been a physician in Springfield Illinois, where between 1996 and 2017, he served as Director of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Prairie Heart Institute and as Medical Director of the Electrophysiology Laboratory at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Illinois. After retiring from Prairie Cardiovascular Consultants in 2019, Dr. Moulton worked through Covid at the Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital until his 2nd retirement in 2021.

Between 1990 and 2009, he served as consultant and visiting professor at 28 tertiary care centers throughout Europe, Asia and the US for the purpose of teaching radiofrequency catheter ablation.  His educational background extends from Culver Military Academy (Honors in Science), through Southern Illinois University School of Medicine (AOA) and Internal Medicine Residency at North Carolina Baptist Hospital.

Dr. Moulton and his wife and have been conducting an Electrophysiology Training Course known as Order and Disorder in the Cardiac Rhythm since 1996 throughout the US. This included both a 2 and 3-day program (Basics and Beyond the Basics), now being transitioned online (orderanddisorder.com).

Dr. Moulton's perhaps my most notable achievement was percutaneously removing a 0.45 caliber bullet from the right ventricle of a shooting victim using custom-made electrophysiology catheters. The patient was discharged in 4 days. The entire video and description can be found on ResearchGate and on his YouTube channel.

Dr. Moulton also an avid car racing enthusiast and participant,  includeding NHRA Division 3 drag racing (Supergas category) driving a 1,010 hp 565 cid normally-aspirated 57 Chevy (1/4 mile: 8.10 sec @ 170 MPH); MIG and TIG welding; vineyard management (Sauvignon Blanc under the label Garnett Creek) and good ol mowing.

Prakash Balan MD, Principal in Interventional Cardiology, Sudden Cardiac Arrest Response Planning  
Dr. Prakash Balan possesses a diverse educational background and now practices in the field of interventional cardiology. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history, summa cum laude.  He also holds a law degree from The University of Texas at Austin School of Law.  He completed his medical education at The University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio graduating with his MD in 2004. He went on to complete his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He then returned home to Texas for his interventional cardiology fellowship at The University of Texas Health Science Center Houston..  In particular, his clinical focus is complex high-risk percutaneous coronary interventions, acute myocardial infarction care, and catheter-based therapies for valvular heart disease including transcatheter valve replacement as well as all forms of hemodynamic support.  His research interests include outcomes in transcatheter aortic valve replacement as well as acute myocardial infarction and  sudden cardiac arrest systems of care.  Currently practicing in Phoenix Arizona at Banner Health,  Dr. Balan is board certified in cardiovascular medicine and interventional cardiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine.  He is also board certified in adult comprehensive echocardiography by the National Board of Echocardiography.  Furthermore, he is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology and a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society.  




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