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Independent Clinical Fellowship in Preventive Cardiology at Lenox Hill Hospital

The Lenox Hill Hospital Preventive Cardiology fellowship offers candidates the opportunity to become adept in the clinical and research components of preventive cardiology. The main areas of focus will include:

  • Utilization of advanced medical therapies for the treatment of complex dyslipidemias, resistant hypertension and diabetes, which show potential for improving cardiovascular outcomes
  • Extensive coverage of recognition of cardiovascular risk through risk algorithms, subclinical imaging and genetics   
  • Education in cardiac rehabilitation and lifestyle for the improvement of dietary, exercise and lifestyle habits (complementing medical treatment at all stages)

The fellowship will provide significant clinical exposure in these areas as well as the opportunity to conduct research. The program has clinical sites at both Lenox Hill Hospital and the Sandra Atlas Bass Heart Hospital at North Shore University Hospital to provide exposure to various experts and prevention programs at each center.

Application process

Applicants should submit a copy of their CV, a personal statement, and three letters
of recommendation to Alexandra Ozcelik at:

Fax: (212) 434-2170 or (212) 434-2111
Email: [email protected]

Applications will be accepted until the end of January 2019.

Faculty

Program director

Eugenia Gianos, MD

Specialties: Cardiology, Nuclear Cardiology

Associate program director

Benjamin James Hirsh, MD

Director - Preventive Cardiology of Cardiology, North Shore University Hospital

Specialties: Cardiology

Additional faculty

Guy Lowell Mintz, MD

Director - Cardiovascular Health & Lipidology of Cardiology, North Shore University Hospital

Specialties: Cardiology, Internal Medicine

Joseph Andrew Diamond, MD

Specialties: Cardiology

Sunny Suresh Intwala, MD

Specialties: Cardiology

Rohan Dilip Bhansali, MD

Chief of Division - Cardiology of Cardiology, Long Island Jewish Medical Center

Specialties: Cardiology