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Anders Gillis Hedman

Anders Gillis Hedman, Swedish cardiologist. Diplomate Swedish Society Cardiology. Second lieutenant Swedish Army Medical Corps, 1989. Fellow Swedish Society Medicine; member North America Society Pacing and Electrophysiology, Swedish Society Cardiology, Rotary (president Ludvika-Baerke club 1992-1993).

Background

  • Hedman, Anders Gillis was born on August 17, 1955 in Sala, Sweden. Son of Gillis E. and Margit D. (Liljefors) Hedman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Medicine, University Uppsala, 1976. Doctor of Medicine, University Uppsala, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, Karolinska Institute, 1989.

    Career

    • Resident in internal medicine Fagersta (Sweden) Hospital, 1980-1983. Resident in cardiology Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm, 1983-1986, research associate, 1986-1988. Consultant cardiologist Ludvika (Sweden) Hospital, 1988-1998, vice chairman department medicine, 1992-1998.

      Visiting scientist Medical College Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1991. Reviewer Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology, New York City, since 1989. Consultant Astra Zeneca Research and Development, Soedertaelje, Sweden, since 1993, Pacesetter, Solna, Sweden, since 1992.

      Consultant cardiologist Swedish Air Force Aeromed. Center, since 1998; authorized medical examiner Swedish Aviation Safety Department, since 1998.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate Swedish Society Cardiology.

    Religion

    Denomination: Church of Sweden

    Membership

    Second lieutenant Swedish Army Medical Corps, 1989. Fellow Swedish Society Medicine. Member North America Society Pacing and Electrophysiology, Swedish Society Cardiology, Rotary (president Ludvika-Baerke club 1992-1993).

    Personality

    Interests

    Downhill skiing, flying, tennis, travel, history.

    Connections

    • father: Gillis E. Hedman
    • mother: Margit D. (Liljefors) Hedman
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    Born August 17, 1955
    (age 62)
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    • 1976
      University Uppsala
    • 1980
      University Uppsala
    • 1989
      Karolinska Institute
    • 1980 - 1983
      Resident, in internal medicine Fagersta (Sweden) Hospital
    • 1983 - 1986
      resident, in cardiology Karolinska Hospital
      Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden