We are recognized as a leader in cardiovascular care not only in New York City, but in the world. Come to where teachers are taught, where research is rapidly translated to better care and where medical innovations are created and applied.

 

Moreover, we strive to take minimally invasive diagnostic and treatment approaches whenever possible, helping our patients receive the best care available while maintaining an optimal quality of life. The result: less pain, a quicker recovery, and a more rapid return to normal activities.

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Top NBA Prospect Forced to Quit Due to Rare Medical Condition

Abe DeAnda, MD comments on Marfan Syndrome

WABC-TV

June 23, 2014

Top NBA Prospect Forced to Quit Due to Rare Medical Condition

Abe DeAnda, MD, associate professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery, is featured in a piece about a basketball star hoping to play in the NBA who was recently diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome, which can lead to aortic dissection, a tearing of a major blood vessel of the heart, if it’s not closely monitored.

    

Lawrence Phillips, MD demonstrating “Hands Only” CPR.

NBC News 4 New York

June 3, 2014

CPR Awareness Week –  Cardiologist Lawrence Phillips, MD, is featured during CPR Awareness Week, demonstrating “Hands Only” CPR.

    

Video of Dr. Aubrey Galloway

USA Today

February 4, 2014

Replacing a Flawed Heart. 

    

News and Views article on Dr. Neal Cayne, Officer Down

News and Views

October/November 2013 

One of NYs Finest is saved by One of NYU Langone’s Best. 

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Beckers Hospital Review Names 100 Hospitals with Great Heart Programs

Becker’s Hospital Review

January 31, 2013

Becker's Hospital Review Names 100 Hospitals with Great Heart Programs

Becker's Hospital Review released its list of "100 Hospitals with Great Heart Programs, " which recognizes outstanding hospitals for heart care in the United States. This list includes NYU Langone Medical Center.

- NYU Langone Medical Center

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40 Miles to Work, on a Bike

New York Times

January 25, 2013

40 Miles to Work, on a Bike

Many people around Manhattan bike to work to save money on gas and work more exercise into their days. Scott Bernstein, MD, is quoted

- Scott A. Bernstein, MD, assistant professor, Department of Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

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The Secret Culprits of Heart Disease

Self Magazine

January 2013

The Secret Culprits of Heart Disease

If you have a heart, you could be at risk - even if you're in your 20s. Article outlines three women’s stories and the crucial warning signs. Nieca Goldberg, MD, is featured about heart health.

- Nieca Goldberg, MD, clinical associate professor, Department of Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

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Smoking Doubles Women’s Sudden Death Risk

WebMD

December 11, 2012

Smoking Doubles Women’s Sudden Death Risk

Smoking cigarettes may more than double a woman’s risk of sudden cardiac death. But quitting can reduce that risk significantly over time, according to a new study. Nieca Goldberg, MD, is quoted.

- Nieca Goldberg, MD, clinical associate professor, Department of Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

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REACHing for the Value of Beta-Blockers

Medscape

December 6, 2012

REACHing for the Value of Beta-Blockers

Henry R. Black, MD and Sripal Bangalore, MD, discuss recent research in cardiovascular disease, including a trial regarding the REduction of Atherothrombosis for Continued Health (REACH) study.

- Sripal Bangalore, MD, assistant professor, Department of Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

- Henry R. Black, MD, assistant professor, Department of Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

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Weight Matters When Taking BP Drugs

MedPage Today

December 6, 2012

Weight Matters When Taking BP Drugs

Some hypertension medications appear to be sensitive to a person's weight, a sub analysis of the ACCOMPLISH trial found. Sripal Bangalore, MD, provides commentary.

- Sripal Bangalore, MD, assistant professor, Department of Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

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NYU Langone Medical Center Today Resumes Inpatient Services at Tisch Hospital

December 2012

NYU Langone Medical Center Today Resumes Inpatient Services at Tisch Hospital and Anticipates a Return of Nearly All Services by End of January

    

Experts From NYU Langone’s Cardiac and Vascular Institute Present New Research at American Heart Association Scientific Sessions

November 12, 2012

Experts From NYU Langone’s Cardiac & Vascular Institute Present New Research at American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2012

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NYU Langone Medical Center Outpatient Facilities are Open and Accepting New Patients

November 9, 2012

NYU Langone Medical Center Outpatient Facilities are Open and Accepting New Patients

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Can You Do Too Much to Prevent a Stroke?

The New York Times

October 15, 2012

Can You Do Too Much to Prevent a Stroke?

Currently, some experts say, far too many people are having invasive procedures who are free of cardiac symptoms. Based on the latest research, they maintain, most patients without symptoms like a mild stroke or transient ischemic attack do as well — or nearly as well — with intensive medical therapy to control blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes.

- Frank Veith, MD, professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Vascular Surgery

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Common Heart Drugs May Be Less Helpful Than Thought

Reuters

October 2, 2012

Common Heart Drugs May Be Less Helpful Than Thought

The inexpensive and popular heart drugs known as beta-blockers may be overused in many patients, exposing them needlessly to bothersome side effects, a new study suggests. Sripal Bangalore, MD, is quoted.

- Sripal Bangalore, MD, assistant professor, Department Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

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Health News Roundup: Heart Attack? Why You Won’t Get the Same Care As a Man

Prevention

August 2012

Health News Roundup: Heart Attack? Why You Won’t Get the Same Care As a Man

Editors look at medical issues making news, and cite an article in “Becker’s Quality Review” that details a new study in the American Journal of Medicine noting significantly lower quality of care and worse outcomes in women compared to men who suffered heart attacks. NYU Langone Medical Center researchers are cited.

- NYU Langone Medical Center

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Can Chocolate Lower Your Risk for Stroke?

WebMD

August 29, 2012

Can Chocolate Lower Your Risk for Stroke?

Caron Rockman, MD, comments on a study that suggests men who eat a moderate amount of chocolate each week may be less likely to have a stroke compared to men who don’t eat any chocolate.

- Caron B. Rockman, MD, associate professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Vascular Surgery

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Shame on You: California Company Mislabels Food – By Arnold Diaz

Fox 5 News

September 10, 2012

Shame on You: California Company Mislabels Food – By Arnold Diaz

A California food company is misrepresenting nutritional values printed on labels after consumers became suspicious of the good taste. Tests revealed far more calories and fat than printed. Howard Weintraub, MD, is interviewed about the serious health implications of such a practice.

- Howard Weintraub, MD, clinical associate professor, Department of Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

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Heart Attacks More Likely to be Fatal for Women than Men

The Times Herald

September 25, 2012

Heart Attacks More Likely to be Fatal for Women than Men

Women having heart attacks are less likely than men to get immediate treatment and more likely to die in the hospital, according to a new study that tracked more than 1.1 million patients. Nieca Goldberg, MD, is quoted.

- Nieca Goldberg, MD, clinical associate professor, Department of Medicine, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

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