Physician Endorsed Care and Service Delivery
John Ialeggio, MD is a highly acclaimed Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and a leader in his field over the past three decades. He is currently the Director of Orthopedics at Easton Hospital and specializes in total knee and hip replacements, including ceramic/E-poly hip replacements and oxford knee replacements. His desire to become a doctor stemmed from watching his uncle, who was a general practitioner, care for his mother after she had a stroke at the young age of 33. His participation in high school and college sports led him to choose orthopedics as his specialty.
Dr. Koroush Khalighi, currently the Director of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory at Easton Hospital, is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases, and Cardiac Electrophysiology. He is determined to deliver high quality cardiac care with utilization of state-of-the-art procedures and techniques to treat patients with cardiovascular disease and cardiac arrhythmias.
As a strong advocate of preventive cardiovascular medicine, Dr. Khalighi boosts community awareness by appearing on various radio programs and conducting regularly scheduled community seminars, as well as support meetings for patients with implantable defibrillators (ICD) and cardiac arrhythmias. His EKG and arrhythmia management conferences draw large numbers of physicians, medical residents, and medical staff, and he has participated in several nursing educational seminars,
Dr. Khalighi has won numerous professional awards and has been the clinical investigator for more than thirty clinical studies, several of which were sponsored by the National Institute of Health (NIH). Dr. Khalighi parlays this cutting-edge clinical research to better care for the patients in our community.
G. Bruce Miles, DO, FAAFP is a well-known and beloved practitioner in the Easton Community, who has served as New Eastwood’s Medical Director for the past 40 years. Dr. Miles completed his medical training at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Wittenberg University and University of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. An expert Family Physician, he has taught all aspects of internal medicine and family practice, as well as lectured extensively.
His professional memberships include Pennsylvania Medical Society, Northampton County Medical Society, American Osteopathic Association, Lehigh Valley Osteopathic Association and Vice Chairman Easton Hospital Board of Trustees.
Throughout his distinguished career Dr. Miles has always placed a high priority on community outreach and is actively involved in community services.
Dr. Miles is currently Associate-in-Charge of Easton Hospital Division of Family Practice, and Senior Partner & Medical Director of Easton Area Family Medicine Associates.
Gerald Lowman, M.D. is Board Certified in Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care and Sleep Disorders. He is experienced in treating a wide range of pulmonary and sleep conditions. He is a member of the Medical Staff at Easton Hospital since 1985. Gerald Lowman is the Medical Director for the sleep center and pulmonary rehab center at Easton Hospital. Gerald Lowman is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University Medical School of Hershey Medical Center and Internal Medicine of residency Harrisburg Hospital. Gerald completed his fellowship training in Pulmonary Medicine at Geisinger Medical Center located in Denville, Pa. Prior to joining Easton Hospital, he was an internist for three years at Luke Air Force Base in Glendale, AZ.
Dr. Lowman’s interests are Percussion and band music, history and exercise and he is also a member of the DJEMBE Drum Circle. Dr. Lowman resides in Easton Pa with his wife and dog.
Denny John, M.D. graduated with a medical degree from Kasturba Medical College located in Manipal, India. Upon completion of his internship training at Mount Sinai Medical Hospital, New York, he completed residency training in neurology at the University of Missouri, Columbia and was appointed chief resident. He went on to complete his fellowship training in Neurophysiology and sleep medicine and joined the faculty at the University of Missouri as an assistant professor of neurology. Prior to joining Easton Hospital, Dr. John worked as a neurology consultant with diverse populations throughout Pennsylvania.
His areas of interest include: epilepsy, migraines, Alzheimer’s stroke, Parkinson’s, and peripheral neuropathy. He also performs the following procedures: EMG, EEG, and Botox Injection.
Dr. John considers himself to be fortunate to have a career in which he can make a meaningful impact on people’s lives. He strives to educate, advocate, and treat each patient as a person deserving the utmost care, compassion, and respect. His inspiration came from his family who encouraged him to pursue his goal in medicine. He had professors who challenged him to reach his highest potential, and his patients motivate him to continue learning.
Dr. John is a resident in Bucks County who lives with his wife and three sons. He has lived in three countries and is multilingual. He is an avid reader, enjoys traveling, and is a fan of tennis.