My Background

Dr. L.P. Enright, a native of California, received his BA degree and progressed to receive his MD degree in 1964 at Stanford University. While in Medical School he was elected to AOA an honor society for medical students exhibiting high achievement.

His postgraduate education included a General Surgery Internship and one year of General Surgery residency at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, NYC. Dr. Enright was one of six selected from hundreds of applicants to serve two years at the National Institutes of Health, Clinic of Cardiac Surgery.

He then returned to Stanford University Hospital where he completed his General Surgery training and his Cardiovascular Surgery Training under the tutelage of Dr. Norman Shumway. During that training he was Fellow of the National Institutes of Health and instructor in Vascular Surgery. Dr. Enright participated in many of the first Human Cardiac Transplants.

Upon finishing his training, Dr. Enright established one of the first private practices of Cardiac Surgery in a community hospital (El Camino Hospital). While in private practice he maintained his ties with Stanford University as a Clinical Professor of Surgery.

After 20 years in private practice Dr. Enright was acknowledged as delivering the best Cardiac Surgery to Medicare patients in California.