We will provide you with information on our physicians, their areas of expertise, and help arrange for your visit and additional testing when needed. We offer some early- and late-day appointments for your convenience.
To make an appointment, you may:
- Call our main number for General Cardiology at (646) 962-5558
- Search for a specific physician using our A- Z physician directory
- Search by specialty:
- General Cardiology
- Adult Congenital Heart Disease
- Arrhythmia Service (Electrophysiology)
- Cardiac Catheterization
- Cardiac Imaging and Testing
- Heart Failure
- Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
- Marfan Syndrome and Aortopathy
- Peripheral and Endovascular
- Preventative Cardiology
- Pulmonary Hypertension
- Valvular Heart Disease
- Women’s Heart Program
If you already are an established patient: You can request an appointment online, using Weill Cornell Connect. We will make every effort to contact you within 24 hours
What to expect during your visit
Please arrive on time for your scheduled appointment. You can check in at the front desk or via e-check in. Our frontdesk staff may need you to verify your demographic information and insurance data and will require your signature on privacy notification and release forms. At this time, we also will ask you to pay any co-payment if applicable.
Be sure to bring any prior medical records that may be pertinent. Learn how to access and request copies of your medical records.
Once in the exam room, our clinical technicians will record your blood pressure, an EKG, your weight, and review with you your medication list. Your doctor will evaluate your medical history, any prior test results, and conduct a physical exam.
Your doctor will discuss the results with you and recommend a treatment plan and possible additional testing, which can be scheduled upon your check out. We encourage you to ask questions.
The length of your visit will vary, however, please allow one to two hours if you are a new patient and up to one hour if you are an established patient.
What to bring to your appointment
- Copies of medical records of any cardiac-related tests or procedures such echocardiography, stress test, catheterization films, CT scans and EKG results. (You may also sign this Medical Records Release Form.pdf, and our office will request the records directly.)
- A completed New Patient Questionnaire.pdf
- A list of all the medications that you are taking (include names and dosages)
- Your preferred pharmacy name, address, phone, and fax
- Your insurance card(s)
- Contact information for your referring physician and primary care physician
- A list of any questions or your concerns that you may have