Cardiologists in New York, NY

Find a cardiologist near you in New York for your cardiovascular needs.

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Tak Kwan MD
Tak Kwan, MD

Interventional Cardiology

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Balendu Vasavada MD
Balendu Vasavada, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

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Deepika Misra M.D.,
Deepika Misra, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

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Yumiko Kanei M.D.
Yumiko Kanei, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

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Tatyana Danilov MD
Tatyana Danilov, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

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Asaf Rabinovitz MD
Asaf Rabinovitz, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

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John Fox MD
John Fox, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

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Patrick Lam MD
Patrick Lam, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

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Nicholas Papapietro M.D.
Nicholas Papapietro, MD

Nuclear Cardiology

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Samuel Hanon M.D.,
Samuel Hanon, MD

Cardiovascular Disease

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Healthcare at a Glance in New York, NY

New York City (NYC) has 62 acute care hospitals throughout its 5 boroughs. The highest ranked healthcare systems in the metropolitan area include New York Presbyterian, NYU Langone, Mount Sinai, and North Shore (all nationally ranked by U.S. News). While most of the large healthcare systems are based in Manhattan, NYU Langone and Mount Sinai have ambulatory care and primary care clinics throughout Brooklyn and Queens. For veterans, VA Harbor Healthcare System (VA NYHHS) has three campuses including medical centers and outpatient clinics in Manhattan, Bay Bridge and Queens. Speciality care centers include Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital, Hassenfeld Childrens at NYU Langone, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone. Wherever you are in the city, you will have access to diverse primary and speciality care options.

Cardiologist FAQs

What is a cardiologist?

Cardiologists are specialists trained to diagnose and treat conditions related to the heart and blood vessels. You may be referred to see a cardiologist if you have risk factors for heart disease or if you need to manage existing heart conditions. A cardiologist may recommend diagnostic testing such as an EKG, a stress test, or an echocardiogram to better understand your cardiovascular health. Common conditions treated included, heart murmurs, shortness of breath, high blood pressure, and irregular heart beats. There are various subspecialties of cardiologists including, clinical cardiologists, pediatric cardiologists, and cardiac surgeons. Your primary care provider can help you find the right subspeciality.