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Contact Information:

Name: Gregory  Montgomery, MD
Institution/Practice: James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children
Position/Title: Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Academic Appointment (if any): Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Business Address: 705 Riley Hospital Dr
ROC 4270
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Business Phone: 317-274-7208
Business Email: gsmontgo@iu.edu
Fax:
Website/URL: IUHealth.org/Riley
   

Are you certified to practice in your country in any of the following?

Internal Medicine:   No      Expires:
Pulmonary Medicine:   No      Expires:
Cardiology:   No      Expires:
Rheumatology:   No      Expires:
Pediatrics:   No      Expires:
Pediatric Cardiology:   No      Expires:
Pediatric Critical Care:   No      Expires:
Pediatric Pulmonary:   Yes      Expires: 2019
Pediatric Rheumatology:   No      Expires:
I treat patients with:   WHO Group 1 - Persistent PH of the Newborn; WHO Group 3 - Developmental Abnormalities; WHO Group 1 - Portal Hypertension; WHO Group 1 - PVOD and/or PCH; WHO Group 3 - Interstitial Lung Disease; WHO Group 1 - Connective Tissue Disease; WHO Group 3 - Alveolar Hypoventilation Disorders; WHO Group 1 - Congenital Heart Disease; WHO Group 5 - Systemic Disorders; WHO Group 3 - Sleep-disordered Breathing; WHO Group 5 - Metabolic Disorders; WHO Group 1 - Drug and Toxin Induced; WHO Group 1 - Heritable PAH; WHO Group 1 - Idiopathic PAH

Practice Information

Are you currently accepting new patients? Yes
What year did you begin caring for PH patients? 2002
Percentage of practice devoted to PH patients: 15%
How many PH patients do you currently care for? 0-25
Do you have one or more nurses dedicated to PH? Yes
Do you require cardiac catheterization? No   If yes:
Do you provide access to all PAH therapies? Yes   If yes: In your own practice
Do you provide access to clinical trials? No   If yes:
Do you refer patients for heart/lung transplant? Yes   If yes: Through referral to another physician or PH Center
Do you refer patients for thromboendarterectomy? No   If yes:
Number of patients on parenteral therapy: 0-25
Does your hospital have PH protocols and training? Yes
Does your hospital have PAH meds in stock? Yes
Is the ER familiar with PAH and its treatments? Yes
Medical conferences attended in the past year: ATS (American Thoracic Society)
Have you attended PHA's International Conference? Yes

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