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Patient safety is our utmost priority at Manhattan Cardiology. Our staff has exercised diligent efforts to maximize safety measures for both patients and medical staff members since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak. Many precautions have been taken to ensure patient and employee confidence upon entering our offices. Please be aware that the highest safety standards that are mandated by the NYC DOH and the CDC have been replicated to the best of our ability. Manhattan Cardiology locations will remain open to tend to your medical needs despite the current state of affairs.
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Our World Class Heart & Vascular Care is rooted in bringing a friendly, personalized touch to the heart of Midtown Manhattan.
Manhattan Cardiology are expert Cardiologists who strive to be current with all heart health conditions. Here are a few outlets where our cardiologists have been showcased:
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Manhattan Cardiology Patient Reviews
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Review from Mark B.
Source: Google | Dec 1, 2022
Review from Nick M.
Source: Google | Nov 29, 2022
According to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders affect around 40 million adults every year. This includes 6 million adults who suffer from panic disorder.Unfortunately, it's possible for atrial fibrillation (AFib) to be mistaken for...
A heart attack happens when there's a blockage in the heart and tissue damage occurs due to a lack of oxygen. Seeking immediate medical care for help repairing the damage and restoring the function of the heart is imperative.The best treatment outcomes for heart...
An exercise stress test (treadmill test or exercise test) helps identify if you have a blocked artery in your heart putting you at risk for a heart attack.The good news is, if you are at future risk for heart disease or dangerous arrhythmias (sudden cardiac death), we...