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General Cardiology

General Cardiology is a subdivision of Internal Medicine. Physicians who have completed their training in internal medicine may perform an additional fellowship for three years to become General Cardiologists. Additional training is required to become a specialist in one of the subdivisions of Cardiology (Electrophysiology, Interventional Cardiology, etc).

The Winthrop-University Hospital Division of Cardiology utilizes the latest technical advances in the diagnosis and clinical management of cardiovascular disease for adult patients. Each patient is assessed as an individual, with a comprehensive history and physical performed by a Board certified Cardiologist. Along with the team of Cardiovascular sub-specialists, our team of expert cardiologists will ensure that your treatment plan is the right one for you.
The treatment plan may include medication management, both noninvasive and invasive testing, recommendations for lifestyle changes and other non-surgical procedures. At times a particular surgical procedures, performed by Winthrop's' Cardio-Thoracic surgeons, may be advised. The Cardiology team evaluates both inpatients and outpatients when requested. Once one of our cardiologists has consulted on your case, he or she will follow you and be your cardiologist, whatever your patient status may be. This ensures a continuum and quality of care which is second to none.


All of Winthrop's General Cardiologists develop, participate in and lead numerous cardiovascular research studies. From studies designed for the local community to nationally based multi-intuitional research studies, Winthrop-University Hospital's Division of Cardiology is a leading contributor to many of the new ideas used in the treatment of Cardiovascular disease today.
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