Pr. Pierre C. Atallah
M.D., F.A.C.C., F.S.C.C.T., F.A.C.A., F.A.C.P.
CHAIRMAN, ROCHESTER MEDICAL CENTER
CLINICAL PROFESSOR, WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Medical Director, Coronary CT Angiography, Harper University Hospital, DMC
Rochester Medical Center, P.C.
M.D., Faculty of Medicine,
St. Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon
Receiving Hospital, Detroit Medical Center, Wayne State University
medicine and Fellowship in Cardiology at William Beaumont
Hospital Royal Oak,
Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine
Diplomate American Board of Cardiovascular Disease
Diplomate Board Certification in Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
Clinical Professor of Medicine, Wayne State
University, School of
Fellow of the American College of
Fellow of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians
Fellow of the American College of Angiology
William Beaumont Hospitals, Royal Oak and Troy, Michigan
Harper University Hospital, DMC, Detroit, Michigan
Crittenton Hospital, Rochester, Michigan 1976-2011
Started practice in 1976 at 2370 Walton Boulevard in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
610 North Main Street in 1986, founding
In 1991, started The Rochester
POSITIONS Previously Held
Chief Section of
Cardiology, Crittenton Hospital
Chief Cardiac Catheterization
Laboratory, Crittenton Hospital
President, American Heart Association, Rochester Chapter
Medical Director, Cardiac Computed Tomography, Harper University Hospital
HONORS - AWARDS
Due to the difference between the French and American systems of Education explanation of terms is provided.
Baccalaureate de Sciences Experimentales
A National examination required of all graduating seniors. Certification
awarded to the highest-ranking student in the country. Conferred by the
Government of France, Department of Education.
Laureat de Chimie
Laureat d' Anatomie
Laureat de Microbiologie
An annual University honors competition in the basic sciences:
Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Microbiology. This written competition
is open to students, graduates and faculty members. There is only one award
(Laurent) offered in each category presented for outstanding achievement
demonstrated by the highest scoring entrant.
An annual University honors competition examination for teacher of
Dissection. First student in history of University to hold faculty position.
Externship awarded to Hotel-Dieu University Hospital. At the completion
of the third year of medical school the top fifteen students are awarded
"Externship" status. These students practice on patients in the University
Hospital. The remainder of the medical class will not have the opportunity
to treat patients until their fifth medical year, and that will be outside
of the University setting in private hospitals and clinics. Only those
with Extern status will be able to compete, in their fifth medical year
for the title and position of "interne."
A ten day oral, written and practice examination is held for the fifteen
Externs. The first five place winners are awarded the position of "interne",
and continue their private studies at the French Faculty of the Medicine.
The remaining students must go into private hospitals. The first place
winner is awarded the title of Major d'Internat, and is responsible for
supervising the work of the externs and interns in the University program.
Awarded a three-year, full scholarship
at the Sorbonne, University
of Paris, for post-graduate specialization
Resident Teacher of the Year Award, by the vote of the intern
and resident physicians at William Beaumont Hospital.
Chief Fellow, elected by Cardiology fellows, William Beaumont
President of American Heart Association, Greater Rochester division.
Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.
Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians.
Fellow of the American College of Angiology.