Women's Heart Health

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Of the numerous risk factors of heart disease 90% of women are seen to have one or more at some point in their life. Commonly heart attacks will show a wider range of symptoms in women and pregnancy is a unique “stress” that creates key differences in women versus men.

It’s important to have a women’s heart health care team that understands you and your body. Our diverse team of heart specialists has extended their experience to a women’s heart health department. Led by our female cardiologists and practitioners, Manhattan Cardiology has created a unique blend of preventive, cardiological, and nutrition services.

Dr. Mary Greene is our Director of Women’s Health at Manhattan Cardiology. She understands that early detection is paramount to prevention.

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Mary E. Greene, MD

Cardiologist

Mary Greene, MD is a cardiologist who specializes in Coronary and Peripheral Vascular Procedures, Echocardiography and Nuclear Cardiology, and Cardiovascular...

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Alyssa Topilow, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner

Alyssa Topilow is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, where she obtained her undergraduate and graduate...

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Jillian Studin, PA-C

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Jillian Studin is a certified Physician Assistant who earned her Master’s of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Lenox Hill...

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Lauren Wester, PA

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Lauren Wester is a certified Physician Assistant who earned her Masters of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Mercy...

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Cindy Sutantio, NP

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Cindy earned her graduate degree from the University of Cincinnati and undergraduate degrees from Capital University and The Ohio State...

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Leah Silberman, RD

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Leah Silberman is a Registered Dietitian with a BS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master of Science in...

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