Sometime around July, the cardiologist for the Dallas Cowboys’ medical team will convene for the first time since he retired in June of 2018.
The Dallas Cowboys, along with all of the other NFL teams, have been trying to get more cardiologists in the area, and they have a lot of work to do.
In the past few years, there has been a sharp increase in the number of cardiothoracic surgeons, and the demand for specialists has exploded.
But that demand is not coming from just the doctors who have been doing surgeries in Dallas.
A new wave of cardiology specialists is also seeking to enter the field, and a lot more of them are going to Dallas in the coming months.
The Dallas Cowboys currently have 15 cardiopaths and a few more in the pipeline.
The Cowboys, who will be on the road for a regular season game against the Washington Redskins on Sept. 6, will be trying to fill out their roster for the 2018 season.
A lot of that roster will be made up of cardiologist, cardiologist-on-call, and cardiorespiratory therapists.
“The number of doctors who are working in the Dallas area is exploding,” said Dr. William O’Brien, the chief of the cardiology section at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas.
“We have the greatest number of medical specialists, and we’re working really hard to find those that can work with the players and the coaches.”
Dallas has a large population of NFL players, and it is an important area to have cardiometrists.
According to a recent study published in the American Journal of Cardiology, the Cowboys have one of the highest rates of cardiopulmonary deaths in the league.
The number of such deaths has more than doubled in the past five years, and those that are fatal are the highest-ranking deaths.
There are other reasons the Cowboys are so high on the list of teams that have been searching for a cardiologist.
The team is located just about 10 miles from Dallas, and its facilities are so close to the Cowboys’ home field that it can accommodate the team’s medical staff.
The Cowboys have the third-highest number of specialists per capita in the NFL, and O’Brian said that the Cowboys can be counted on to have a cardiogram for any player who needs one.
This past summer, the team hired two new cardiographers, and this past week, the NFL team also signed another one.
“They are a huge asset to us,” O’Daniel said.
“As far as our team, we’ve got a lot to be grateful for.”
O’Brien said the Dallas cardiographic team is working to increase its staffing, and he hopes to have more cardiologist assistants on staff by the end of the season.
“The cardiologist will be a big part of our training for the season,” O.J. Simpson said after the Cowboys played the New Orleans Saints on Sept and Oct. 6.
Simpson, who had a cardiac arrest while on the field in October, was a former Cowboys’ quarterback and a longtime friend of the team.
He was also the team owner when he was in Dallas from 1983 to 1993, and Simpson will play a key role in the team as the team tries to fill up the roster.