Dr. Alison L Bailey MD Cardiologist

Dr. Alison Bailey is a cardiologist in Lexington, Kentucky and is affiliated with Veterans Affairs Medical Center-Lexington. She received her medical degree from University of Kentucky College of Medicine and has been in practice for 13 years. She is one of 26 doctors at Veterans Affairs Medical Center-Lexington who specialize in Cardiovascular Disease.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Cardiologist: Preventive Cardiology

Clinical Interests: Hospital Cardiology Service

Education & Medical Training

University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Residency, Internal Medicine, 2001–2004

University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Fellowship, Cardiovascular Disease, 2005–2008

University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Class of 2001

University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Chief Residency, Internal Medicine, 2004–2005

U Kentucky Med Ctr
Fellowship, Cardiology, Chief Fellow, 2007–2008

University of Kentucky
Other Training, Biology, 1997

University of Kentucky
Other Training, Chemistry, 1997

Clay County High School
Other Training, 1992

Certifications & Licensure

National Board of Echocardiography
Certified 4 years in Diplomate - Adult Comprehensive Echocardiography

American Board of Internal Medicine
Certified 10 years

American Board of Internal Medicine
Certified 6 years in Cardiovascular Disease

KY State Medical License
Active through 2015

Awards, Honors & Recognition

Fellow (FACC), American College of Cardiology

Participant, American College of Cardiology Performance Improvement/Quality Improvement Educators Conference

Participant, American College of Cardiology Emerging Faculty Program

Resident of the Year 2003, American College of Physicians—Kentucky Chapter

Mentor, Kentucky American College of Cardiology Fellow’s Young Investigator Award

Publications & Presentations

Low-molecular-weight heparins as adjunctive therapy to thrombolytics: extracting the best data.
Bailey, A. L., Steinhubl, S. R.

Nutrition intervention to decrease symptoms in patients with advanced heart failure.
Lennie, T. A.,Moser, D. K.,Biddle, M. J.,Welsh, D.,Bruckner, G. G.,Thomas, D. T.,Rayens, M. K.,Bailey, A. L.

Increased mortality among patients taking digoxin-analysis from the AFFIRM study.
Whitbeck, M. G., Charnigo, R. J., Khairy, P., Ziada, K., Bailey, A. L., Zegarra, M. M., Shah, J., Morales, G., Macaulay, T., Sorrell, V. L., Campbell, C. L., Gurley, J., Anaya, P., Nasr, H., Bai, R., Di Biase, L., Booth, D. C., Jondeau, G., Natale, A., Roy, D., Smyth, S., Moliterno, D. J., Elayi, C. S.

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