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Dr. Alex Harrison is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, and nuclear cardiology and serves as the Director of C4 Imaging since 2009. The imaging services offered include echocardiography, vascular ultrasound, exercise and pharmacologic stress testing, and nuclear myocardial perfusion imaging studies.


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Results from Annual Marian Medical Center Golf Tournament

Author: Elliott Stern, Santa Maria Times

Doc Harrison got his wish.

After losing last year’s Simas/Fly Memorial Golf Tournament in a card-off, Dr. Alex Harrison said he’d rather lose in a playoff than win a card off.

“Bogus” was his carefully chosen word for the card-off.

“We ought to do a playoff. It would be great just for the drama of it,” was what Doc Harrison said at the time.

Daniel Dreifuss/Staff

Photo credit: Daniel Dreifuss/Staff

Then Marian Medical Center President Chuck Cova named the young cardiologist to the tournament committee where he quickly rose to become its chairman.

And they immediately got rid of the card-off.

It was replaced this year with a playoff.

As luck would have it, the first time out, the 24th annual Leland “Butch” Simas/Felix Fly, M.D. Memorial Golf Tournament — which was played Monday at the Santa Maria Country Club as a fundraiser for the Marian Medical Center Foundation — ended in a tie in the low gross (no handicap) division.

The championship was settled with the tournament’s first-ever playoff.

Continue reading at Santa Maria Times website…

Dr. Alex Harrison is new tournament chairman for annual Marian Medical Center golf tournament

Author: Elliott Stern, Santa Maria Times

If you’re already registered, then you should know there’s a new tournament chairman and one new rule for the 2013 edition.

The new chairman is Dr. Alex Harrison — one of Marian’s highly respected cardiologists and golfers (he is a CIF Sac Joaquin Section golf champion, after all).

Santa Maria Country Club

Santa Maria Country Club

The new rule — for the first time card-offs will no longer be used to determine the championship foursome in either division; low gross (no handicaps) or low net (with handicaps figured in).

And, in the interest of full disclosure, Dr. Harrison is my cardiologist (he led the team that put three stents into my Iliac arteries two years ago — stents that are a matching set to the five in my right coronary artery).

While I am usually reluctant to delve into my medical history, I mention this because Dr. Harrison says I am responsible for both his selection to the tournament committee and the rule change. A fact to which both Grogan and Marian Medical Center President Chuck Cova both attest.

Continue reading at Santa Maria Times website…