The StrokeSmart Program is under the guidance of three Stroke Physician
Coordinators, who ensure the integrity of the Main Line Health Stroke
Thomas Graham, MD
Hild Graham, MD, is the chief of the Division of Neurology at
Main Line Health and the founder of Graham Neurological Associates,
located in the Paoli Pointe Medical Office Building. With attending
privileges at Paoli, Bryn Mawr and Lankenau Medical Centers, Graham
has been ranked among the best doctors and neurologists in the region by
various entities, including Main Line Today and Philadelphia magazines.
He has earned a number of awards and recognitions over his 30-year
career, with inclusion in Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Who’s
Who in America and Best Doctors in America. He has been in private
practice in neurology since 1983.
In addition, Graham holds an academic appointment at the University
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He has specialty certifications by
the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board of
Electrodiagnostic Medicine and American Society of Neuroimaging. In 1992
he attained added qualification in clinical neurophysiology by the
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He also is a fellow in the
American Academy of Neurology and the Stroke Section of the American
Heart Association. Graham is also a member of several local scientific
societies: Pennsylvania Medical Society, Chester County Medical Society,
Philadelphia Neurological Society and Pennsylvania Neurological Society.
Lucas Margolies, MD
Zahir Margolies, MD, joined Main Line Health in 2007 as an attending
physician with privileges at Bryn Mawr, Lankenau and Paoli hospitals. A
1999 graduate of Temple University School of Medicine,
Philadelphia, Margolies completed a neuromuscular fellowship,
neurological residency and medical internship, all at the Hospital of
the University of Pennsylvania (HUP). In 2004 he became board
certified in neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and
Margolies has garnered professional accolades for his neurological
research. He is the 2003 recipient of the Samuel T. Zeritsky Award for
Excellence in Research, provided through HUP, for his study “Limb Girdle
Muscular Dystrophy with Neuropathy; a New Alpha
Dystroglycanopathy?” Margolies also received the Matthew T. Moore
Prize in Neurology at Temple University in 1999 and is a member of the
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society's Epsilon Chapter of
Pennsylvania at Temple University School of Medicine.
Christopher Reid, MD
Reid, MD, has been affiliated with Main Line Health since 1994 and
now is an attending physician at Bryn Mawr Hospital. His practice with
Bryn Mawr Medical Specialists is located at Bryn Mawr Hospital, Medical
Office Building North.
Board certified in neurology since 1995, Reid has additional
qualification in clinical neurophysiology by the American Board of
Psychiatry and Neurology. He holds professional memberships in
several medical organizations: American Academy of Neurology, Alpha
Omega Alpha Honor Society and the Bryn Mawr Medical Journal Club.
Reid received his undergraduate degree from Duke University in 1983 and
his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in 1989. He
completed his residency and internship at University of Maryland School
of Medicine and conducted a neurophysiology fellowship at Emory
University Hospital in Atlanta.
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