Drs. Eagle, Rubenfire, Jackson and Brook are experts in primary and overall cardiovascular disease and prevention, and devote their time to evaluate each individual in the Executive Health Program. To round out the exceptional care, these leaders consult with our best U-M Health System clinicians in other important health areas.
Dr. Eagle is Director of the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center and Albion Walter Hewlett Professor of Internal Medicine. His outcomes research team has led quality improvement initiatives across the state of Michigan in acute MI, heart failure, and coronary angioplasty. Dr. Eagle has published more than 406 peer-reviewed articles, 49 chapters, and edited 8 books including his latest, The Heart of a Champion, co-written with legendary Michigan football coach, Bo Schembechler. He maintains an active inpatient and outpatient practice and was a member of the team which created the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center. He is board certified in cardiovascular disease and internal medicine.
Dr. Rubenfire is Medical Director for the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Medicine at Domino’s Farms and Professor of Internal Medicine. He has been a pioneer in coronary disease prevention, having developed the first cardiac rehabilitation and lipid management program in Michigan. In addition to his cardiology practice, he is active in the education of students and advanced trainees and cardiovascular research with over 200 publications in medical journals. He is responsible for developing the Pulmonary Hypertension, Lipid Management and the Metabolic Fitness Programs. His clinical and research interests include coronary risk assessment and treatment, alternatives for enhancing quality of life and reducing morbidity and mortality in coronary disease, and pulmonary hypertension. He has developed a unique multidisciplinary team at the University with a focus on prevention.
Dr. Jackson is Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Director of the Women's Heart Program at the University of Michigan. She has a particular interest in the care of women affected by cardiovascular disease and is Board Certified in cardiovascular Disease and Internal Medicine.
Dr. Brook is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan. He specializes in hypertension with clinical interests in resistant hypertension, secondary hypertensions, lipid disorders, and orthostatic hypotension/hypertension.
For more information about the University of Michigan Executive Health Program, call us at 734-998-4906 or email our program manager.