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Dr. Elias Anthony Iliadis to be Honored by the Hermes Expo for Outstanding Contributions in Cardiology

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The prestigious Hermes Expo is proud to announce that Dr. Elias Anthony Iliadis, a renowned Cardiologist from the Cooper Heart Institute, will be honored for his exceptional achievements and contributions in the field of cardiology. The award ceremony will take place at the upcoming Hermes Expo, a premier Greek-American business and consumer trade show, on June 14, 2023, at the Grand Marquis in Old Bridge, New Jersey.

Dr. Iliadis’ journey in medicine began at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, where he pursued his medical education. Following his Internship and Residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, he went on to complete his Cardiology Fellowship at Rush Presbyterian St Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Iliadis further enhanced his expertise through advanced training in Interventional Cardiology at the University of Michigan Medical Centers.

Currently serving as the Program Director of the Interventional Cardiology Fellowship and Associate Director of Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ, Dr. Iliadis plays a pivotal role in providing exceptional patient care and leading groundbreaking advancements in cardiology. Additionally, he holds the position of Associate Professor of Medicine at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.

Dr. Iliadis is widely recognized for his involvement in various community organizations and philanthropic initiatives. As a member of the AHEPA Camden 69 Chapter, he was honored as the 2020 District 5 AHEPAN of the Year for his outstanding work during the COVID pandemic. Dr. Iliadis has been actively engaged with St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, where he has served on the Parish council, held the position of Chairman of the Education Committee, and currently serves as Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice President of Stewardship of the Parish Council.

Furthermore, Dr. Iliadis’s commitment to serving the Greek-American community extends beyond his medical profession. He has served as a camp physician at Ionian Village in Glyfa, Greece, under the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. Dr. Iliadis is a founding Board Member and past President of the Hellenic Medical Society of Philadelphia. He has also made significant contributions as the immediate past President of the Hellenic Federation of New Jersey and was honored as the New Jersey Hellenic Heritage Commissioner by Governor Phil Murphy in 2019. Currently, Dr. Iliadis serves as Vice President of the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Alumni Association and as President of the Greek American Heritage Society of Philadelphia.

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Dr. Elias Anthony Iliadis is married to Katherine Dedes Iliadis, RPH, and together they have three children: Sophia, Nicholas, and Elena. They proudly reside in Moorestown, New Jersey.

“We are thrilled to recognize Dr. Elias Anthony Iliadis for his exceptional contributions to the field of cardiology and his dedication to the Greek-American community,” said Paul Kotrotsios, Founder of the Hermes Expo. “His commitment to patient care, community service, and medical education embodies the spirit of the Hippocratic oath. We are honored to present him with this well-deserved recognition at the Hermes Expo.”

Join us at the Hermes Expo as we celebrate Dr. Elias Anthony Iliadis and his remarkable achievements. For more information and tickets, please visit


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