Our Staff

 Meet Our Compassionate Staff:

Donna Comer, RN, MSN, C-FNP, BC-ADM

Ms. Comer originated from the great state of Iowa, where she attained her R.N. from Des Moines Area Community College in Boone, Iowa and then a bachelor of science in nursing (B.S.N.) in 1990 from Drake University. In 1999, Ms. Comer completed her master in science in nursing and certifications as a family nurse practitioner from Clarkson College in Omaha, Nebraska. Her work experience is extensive, having been the Director of Nursing at Wooodward Health Care Center in Woodward, Iowa early in her career, and later  assuming supervisory and leadership positions at the Des Moines General Hospital and Iowa Methodist Hospital, both of Des Moines, Iowa, and later at Summit Medical Center in Hermitage, Tennessee.

In 2001, she joined Dr. Roseman in ensuring the success of Cardiology Wellness Center. Her specialty education and interests are in the area of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Not only occupied with demands of patient care, she is also the study coordiator for several long-term clinical research trials that are being carried out at Cardiology Wellness Center. Over the years, she has shown to be a great advocate of patient care and provides the highest commitment to the welfare of the patients served by Cardiology Wellness Center. She has a genuine intersts in ensuring good clinical outcomes of her patients. Matched with her strong work ethic and sense of commitment to patient care, Ms. Comer offers a balance of competence and compassion.

Hal M. Roseman, MD, MPH, FACC, FACP

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Dr. Hal Roseman has been trained in all phases of general cardiology, including nuclear and echocardiographic testing, pacemaker technology and implantation, and invasive and interventional treatments. However, his recent principal professional focus has been preventive cardiology.

After earning his undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Dr. Roseman earned his medical degree from the University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences in Memphis and his master of public health degree from Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, specializing in epidemiology of cardiovascular diseases. He completed his internship in internal medicine at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis (a University of Tennessee affiliate), his residencies in internal medicine at both the US Public Health Service Hospital in Staten Island, New York, and Waterbury General Hospital in Waterbury, Connecticut (a Yale University hospital affiliate), and subsequent fellowships in cardiology in the Brown University hospital system in Providence, RI and nuclear cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA (a Harvard University affiliate). Dr. Roseman has held memberships in the following professional societies: the American College of Nuclear Physicians, the Society of Nuclear Medicine, the Vascular Biology Work Group, and the American Diabetes Association. He is a standing Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians, the American College of Physicians, and the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Roseman is a diplomat of the National Lipid Association and is a specialty member of the American Society of Hypertension.

He founded the Cardiology Wellness Center in 2001 as a consultative-based clinical practice directed predominantly to primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases, based upon vascular biological principals of enhancing endothelial function, by using evidence-based medicine and lifestyle modification. Dr. Roseman is a frequent lecturer focusing on clinical issues related to preventive cardiology, which includes lipid, hypertensive, diabetic, and cardiovascular subjects.

A copy of Dr. Roseman’s latest biographical information can be obtained:

Summary of Dr. Roseman’s Formal Education:

  •  University of Pensslvania, B.A., 1971-1975

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  • Univeristy of Tennessee, MD, 1975-1979

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  • Yale University School of Medicine and Laboratory of Public Health, MPH (CV Epidemiology), 1982-1983


  • Brown University School of Medicine, Affiliated Hospital Programs, Clinical Cardiology Fellowship, 1985-1987


  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Afiilated Hospital, Post-cardiology Fellowship (Nuclear Cardiology), 1987-1988


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