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Dr Terry Mc Enany

Experienced Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeon

About Dr Terry McEnany

Dr. Terry McEnany served for decades as a cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon before taking on his current position teaching in Colorado with the Aspen Skiing Company 17 years ago. His professional background extends to the 1960s, when he completed his doctor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University. Terry McEnany, MD, undertook advanced training at Massachusetts General Hospital and ultimately achieved status as senior/chief resident for thoracic and cardiovascular surgery. From 1966 to 1968, he additionally served as clinical associate with the U.S. Public Health Service National Cancer Institute.

Dr. Terry McEnany’s appointments in the 1970s included a position as chief of the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. From 1977 to 1980, he served as professor of surgery at the Brown University Medical School, and he also held responsibilities as surgeon-in-chief with the Miriam Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island. For more than a decade, Dr. McEnany practiced in the San Francisco Bay Area as Kaiser Foundation Hospital’s cardiovascular surgery department chief. Terry McEnany, MD, maintains a strong community presence and volunteers with organizations that serve underserved and at-risk communities.

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Massachusetts General



Brown University


The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine