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Patrick M. McCarthy (surgeon)

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Dec 15, 2021

Patrick M. McCarthy is a cardiac surgeon, executive director of the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute at Northwestern Medicine, the first Heller-Sacks Professor of Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, chief of the Division of Cardiac Surgery at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and professor of Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University McCormick School of Engineering.[1][2] Through his work with the School of Engineering, McCarthy serves as a Farley Fellow.[3]

American cardiac surgeon
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McCarthy obtained his undergraduate degree at University of Notre Dame, then attended Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine for his medical degree. He completed a residency in general surgery and a fellowship in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery at Mayo Clinic, and a fellowship in cardiovascular transplantation at Stanford University.[1]

McCarthy joined the Mayo Clinic in 1980. After eight years at the Mayo Clinic, McCarthy worked at Stanford University Medical Center for 18 months before joining the Cleveland Clinic in 1990.[4] McCarthy was at Cleveland Clinic for 14 years.[4]

In 2004, McCarthy moved back to Chicago and joined the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine as the first Heller-Sacks Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery and as executive director of the new Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute, which had been created with a $10MM donation from billionaire philanthropist Neil Bluhm, who recruited McCarthy. As of 2017 the institute had received about $60 million in donations, and about one-third have come from Bluhm.[4][5]

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