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Advocate Dreyer Welcomes New Interventional Cardiologist

Aurora, Ill – Li Shien Low, M.D. has joined Advocate Dreyer as an Interventional Cardiologist and will see patients at the Highland and Rush-Copley Campus locations.  Dr. Low finished her medical education and residency training at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has completed a fellowship training in Cardiovascular Disease at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago; and a fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center in Tucson, Arizona.  Dr. Low is board certified in Cardiovascular Disease and Internal Medicine.  


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MyChart is a free and secure interactive service available to active Dreyer patients through the Clinic's electronic medical record (EMR) system. MyChart offers features that allow patients to take an active role in their care, and provides a new way for patients to communicate with Dreyer Medical Clinic.

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