Gina Price Lundberg

Gina Price Lundberg, MD FACC is the President of the Center for Preventive Cardiovascular Care, PC in East Cobb. She is currently the founder and Director of the St. Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta‘s Heart Center for Women. She founded and directed The Women's Heart Center, the first women's cardiac prevention program in the state of Georgia, in 1998. She also founded and directed The Heart and Health Center for Women at Northside Hospital in 2001. Governor Sonny Perdue appointed Dr. Lundberg to the Advisory Board for the Department of Women's Health for the State of Georgia in 2007.

Dr. Lundberg is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Emory University and teaches cardiology fellows at Grady Memorial Hospital. She teaches medical students from the Medical College of Georgia and nurse practitioner students from Georgia State University. She is active at St. Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta and Northside Hospital.

Dr. Lundberg has been a Board Member of the American Heart Association for Atlanta since 2001. She has been involved in every program related to the Go Red for Women program for the metro Atlanta area since its development in 2003. She is a national spokesperson for the American Heart Association. She has been interviewed on the subject of Heart Disease in Women in Glamour magazine, MD News, the Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. She has been seen and interviewed on numerous local news shows. She has published articles in several medical journals and contributed to several text books.

Dr. Lundberg has lived most of her life in Atlanta , GA. She attended the Medical College of Georgia and trained in Internal Medicine at Atlanta Medical Center (Georgia Baptist). Her cardiology fellowship was at Rush University in Chicago . She has been in private practice in Atlanta since 1994. She is Board Certified in Cardiology and Internal Medicine and recertified in both in 2002. Dr. Lundberg has two children and considers motherhood her first and foremost career.