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Issues With False Positive Coronavirus Testing

Issues With False Positive Coronavirus Testing

Our Head Cardiologist, Dr. Robert Segal, was featured on CBS New York News where he touched on the issues some people have been facing with false positive Covid-19 Testing. Watch the full interview here: Want to see more content? Subscribe to our YouTube Channel...

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Dr. Robert Segal Speaks With Capsule About Best Practices

Dr. Robert Segal Speaks With Capsule About Best Practices

Manhattan Cardiology's Founder and Cardiologist, Dr. Robert Segal speaks to Capsule on integrating virtual care and the short and long-term implications of COVID-19 on his businesses. How did you get started in medicine and what led you to pursue not only being a...

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Cardio You Should Do Everyday According To A Cardiologist

Cardio You Should Do Everyday According To A Cardiologist

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Robert Segal, MD, speaks to Well + Good about Cardio You Should Do Everyday According To A Cardiologist He is quoted saying: “It is important to do these moves because remaining indoors for long duration of time can run the risk of...

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Coronavirus Antibody Test… How Accurate Is It?

Coronavirus Antibody Test… How Accurate Is It?

Manhattan Cardiology's Founder and Cardiologist, Dr. Robert Segal speaks to The New York Post about the coronavirus antibody test and how accurate it may be. He’s quoted saying: Cardiologist Robert Segal has been conducting antibody tests at his Manhattan Cardiology...

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Is The Coronavirus Antibody Test A Magic Bullet Or False Hope?

Is The Coronavirus Antibody Test A Magic Bullet Or False Hope?

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Robert Segal, MD, speaks to New York Post about if the coronavirus antibody is a magic bullet or false hope. He is mentioned saying: Cardiologist Robert Segal has been conducting antibody tests at his Manhattan Cardiology clinics...

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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

Dear Valued Patient, Our providers at Manhattan Cardiology are closely monitoring the developments of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) via the NYC Department of Health, World Health Organization (WHO), and U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). In light of the...

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How to Read Blood Pressure and When to See a Doctor

How to Read Blood Pressure and When to See a Doctor

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Robert Segal, MD, speaks to Today.com about Normal blood pressure and how to read it and when to see a doctor How common is it for people to have high blood pressure? How valuable can it be for patients to know their blood...

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Heart Health Apps That Don’t Track Calories

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Roshini Malaney, DO, speaks to Bustle about Heart Health Apps That Don’t Track Calories 1. Instant Heart Rate 2. Cardiograph 3. Cardiogram 4. CardioVisual Why is it important for people to think about their heart health...

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COVID-19 Patient Safety


Patient safety is our utmost priority at Manhattan Cardiology. Our staff has exercised diligent efforts to maximize safety measures to make sure you feel comfortable and welcome while visiting us.

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