He graduated from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1986. He finished his internal medicine residency there in 1990, spending an additional year as the chief resident. He then did a fellowship specializing in cardiovascular disease at Columbia University, where he was chosen as chief fellow in his final year.
He specializes in primary prevention, valvular disease, consultative cardiology, echocardiography and non invasive testing.
His office at 903 Park Avenue in Manhattan has old world charm, but utilizes the most cutting edge technology to assist in cardiac diagnosis. He has another office adjacent to Columbia University Medical Center, the hospital he is affiliated with.
He has been featured in several videos that are available online. One was done for the Joy of Giving … [Continue reading...]
Omega’s Theme Weeks Deliver Something for Everyone
A growing trend in travel, learning vacations pair fun getaways with educational opportunities that appeal to those who want more than just downtime. Omega Institute, a hub for lifelong learning in New York’s Hudson Valley, offers more than 325 varied opportunities, including three distinct theme weeks on its 200-acre Rhinebeck campus. Omega Arts Week, Retreat Week, and Family Week are three of the most popular programs and include a wide range of classes to choose from.
“By dedicating specific weeks on the campus to each of these areas, Omega creates a unique environment where people not only relax and have fun, but also meet others who are also interested in exploring new things,” said Carla Goldstein, chief external affairs officer at … [Continue reading...]