Amy Spahic is the Founder/Chief Clinical Officer and Managing Director of Heart Care Corp. Before joining Heart Care Corp., Amy spent 8 years in the Cardiac Nursing field and 6 years as a Cardiac Clinical Research Coordinator for multiple clinics in IL, IN, and FL.
Losing her father at a young age from heart disease motivated Amy to pursue a career in medicine. When Amy was 15yrs old, her father had a massive heart attack, undergoing a quadruple bypass. Her father survived the heart attack because his heart grew another artery. Amy was fascinated by how the heart could grow and repair itself, but she was astonished that there was no machine available to accurately detect heart disease. Amy opened an Encyclopedia Britannica and began studying the heart and making drawings of how she imagined the device would look. Little did she know Joseph T. Shen, MD was concurrently developing the Multifunction Cardiogram™. Her father soon received a heart transplant, but eventually died from a stroke caused by his body’s rejection of a prescribed medication-all complications that could have been avoided had the MCG™ technology been available.
Amy earned her medical degree from St. Xavier University and Keiser University and is continuing to pursue her APRN degree for Nurse Practitioner. After a successful career helping physicians grow their practices, Amy is now dedicated to using her clinical knowledge to train them about the MCG™ Method for preventing and reversing heart disease. Amy is proud to be a P.E.A.C.E. Ambassaor for Volunteers in Medicinine and the secretary for Veterans Village of Northeast Florida.
Amy is available for your office and for private consultations. You can reach her at [email protected].
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”
Sam Fillingane, D.O. is Heart Care Corp.’s Chief Medical Officer and a co-founder of the company. Dr. Fillingane has spent over 20 years specializing in reversing heart disease for extremely high-risk patients. It has long been a goal of Dr. Fillingane to see cardiovascular risk decline nationally, as cardiovascular disease continues to be the leading cause of death and declining quality of life for so many good people all over the world.
Dr. Fillingane’s family practice office in Jackson, Mississippi focused on cardiovascular risk reduction, taking care of high-risk cardiovascular patients from all over the country. In addition to his busy medical practice, he also served as the Director of Medical Education and Medical Director for several large national cardiovascular laboratories. Dr. Fillingane is a gifted teacher and communicator, having taught numerous CME medical courses for physicians at local, regional, and national levels. His teaching efforts continue to broaden in scope, reaching out to the general public and to medical students, in further hopes that education will yield a decline in cardiovascular events. Dr. Fillingane, whose humble demeanor belies his celebrity, was the host for the nationally televised program, “Straight to the Heart” that aired on My Family TV Network, The Retro Network, and The Comcast National TV Network with 52 episodes devoted to help patients better understand cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Fillingane is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at William Carey University, College of Osteopathic Medicine. He received his D.O. degree from the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences and is board certified in Family Practice with over 32 years of private practice experience before joining the staff of WCUCOM and becoming Heart Care Corp.’s Chief Medical Officer.
To engage Dr. Fillingane as a speaker/trainer for your team or medical organization, please contact us at [email protected].