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Brian D. Lé, MD, FACC

Brian D. Lé, MD, FACC

Dr. Lé attended Texas A&M University as an undergraduate, graduating summa cum laude. He received the College of Science Faculty Achievement Award for the graduating senior. After receiving his medical degree at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, he stayed on to complete his internship and residency in internal medicine, where he received the resident teaching award for both years. He then completed his general cardiology fellowship in 2003 and interventional electrophysiology fellowship in 2005 at the same institution.

Brian D. Lé, MD, FACC Dr. Lé is board certified in cardiac electrophysiology, cardiovascular disease, and internal medicine. He specializes in ablations of arrhythmias and implantations of devices, especially cardiac resynchronization therapy. Other areas of interest include sudden cardiac death in structurally normal hearts, atrial fibrillation, electrophysiologic studies, and tilt table evaluation.


RECENT AWARDS

Named Most Outstanding Teacher after first year at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, now known as Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.

TEACHING AND LEADERSHIP POSITIONS

  • Director of Electrophysiology at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas (Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas).
  • National proctor – teaching cardiologists and electrophysiologists to implant pacemaker and biventricular devices.
  • Lectures to Electrophysiology fellows nationally and teaches advanced cardiac ablation including atrial fibrillation.
  • Clinical teacher to Internal Medicine residents at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas (Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas), including the weekly “Advanced Interpretation of ECGs” conference.

Board Certification

  • Cardiac Electrophysiology
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Internal Medicine

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

  • Fellowship, Cardiac Electrophysiology, 2005
    University of Texas Southwestern
    Medical Center
    Parkland Hospital
  • Fellowship, Cardiology, 2003
    University of Texas Southwestern
    Medical Center
    Parkland Hospital
  • Internship and Residency, 1998 - 2001
    University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
    Parkland Hospital

EDUCATION

  • Doctor of Medicine, 1998
    University of Texas Southwestern
    Medical School at Dallas
  • Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, 1994
    Texas A&M University at College Station

D MAGAZINE BEST DOCTOR 2013

Electrophysiology Study

Electrophysiology Study
To evaluate the electrical system of the heart, three to five electrically sensitive catheters are placed inside the heart to record electrical activity. These recordings locate abnormal tissue that causes irregularities in the heartbeat (arrhythmias).