Joseph Chirichella, President and CEO of Deborah Heart
and Lung Center, has announced the appointment of Vincent J. Pompili of
Moorestown as Cardiology Chair, effective immediately.
“I am delighted that Dr. Pompili has joined the team at
Deborah,” said Chirichella. “He brings a wealth of experience with him, and his
specialty interests in structural heart disease, complex coronary artery
disease, cardiogenic shock, and regenerative medicine align perfectly with
Deborah’s focus. We are looking forward to his energy and expertise.”
Dr. Pompili joins Deborah from Novant Health Heart
Vascular Institute & Innovation Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, where
he served as Senior Vice President. He has also held professional medical
positions at The University of Nebraska Medical Center; The Ohio State
University Wexner Medical Center; The University Hospital Case Medical Center;
Indiana University Medical Center; and the Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Pompili is a graduate of Case Western University
School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at The Johns
Hopkins Hospital, followed by a Cardiology Fellowship at The University of
Michigan Hospital, and an Interventional Fellowship at Mayo Graduate School of
Board certified in Interventional Cardiology and
Cardiovascular Diseases, Dr. Pompili holds licensure in Nebraska, Ohio, and
North Carolina. New Jersey licensure is pending.
Dr. Pompili holds numerous professional memberships
including the Society for Cardiac Angiography and Interventions; the College of
Cardiology; the American Medical Association; the Seton Catholic School Board
of Trustees; and Chair of the Catholic Youth Summer Camp Board of Trustees.
A recipient of numerous professional honors, Dr. Pompili
has widely published in Circulation,
Science, Journal of the American College of Cardiology, Journal of Cellular
Biochemistry, and The American
Journal of Medicine, among others. An active researcher, he has served as
Principal Investigator on a number of cutting-edge clinical trials, and
actively presents at professional meetings and symposia, both nationally and
“I am absolutely humbled and honored to carry on the
reigns of leadership of Deborah’s cardiology department,” said Dr. Pompili. “I
am committed to the delivery of the highest level of cardiovascular care,
research, and education in the region.”
Dr. Pompili has relocated to Moorestown with his wife
Suzanne. They have two young adult daughters, Maria – who lives in New York
City – and Caroline – who lives in St. Louis. Dr. Pompili enjoys cooking,
traveling, and boating with his wife and family in his spare time.
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