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Cardiologist Cynthia Kos, DO, of Medford Lakes Joins Deborah

Kulpreet Barn, MD, Director of the Advanced Heart Failure Program at Deborah Heart and Lung Center has announced the appointment of Cynthia Kos, DO as cardiologist, specializing in advanced heart failure.

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Cynthia Kos, DO, cardiologist

Dr. Kos earned her medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed a residency in internal medicine at Larkin Community Hospital in Miami, Florida, and completed her fellowship training in cardiology and advanced heart failure and transplant at Deborah.

In addition to her extensive medical training, Dr. Kos holds a Masters in Medical Science and has over ten years research experience in both basic laboratory and clinical settings. She is passionate about her research interests and has been widely published in publications such as the Journal of Cardiac Failure, Journal of Heart Transplantation, American Journal of Hematology, and Nature Cell Biology, among others.

Dr. Kos holds numerous professional memberships including the American College of Cardiology, American Medical Association, and the Heart Failure Society of America, and she has presented at numerous professional symposia and conferences including the International Society of Heart and Lung Transplant, the Heart Failure Society of America, and the American Society of Hematology.

“Dr. Kos brings a wide range of talent and skills with her to this position at Deborah,” said Dr. Barn. “We are delighted to have her on her team. Her compassion and empathy for our heart failure patients is also of vital importance to our patients, and she blends medicine and kindness seamlessly every day at the Hospital.”

“I’m excited to be part of the Deborah team,” added Dr. Kos. “Here I can practice in one of the most robust left-ventricular assist device programs in the country, work with cutting-edge technology and innovations to extend the quality of life for our heart failure patients, and also be involved with groundbreaking clinical trials. I could not be happier to be here.”

In her spare time, Dr. Kos enjoys volleyball, tennis, and competing in dogs sports with her award winning German Shorthaired Pointers.