Private Practice, November 2015-October 2017 Fairfield County, CT
Bridgeport Hospital – Yale New Haven Health, November 2015-Present Bridgeport, CT
St. Vincent’s Medical Center, November 2015-Present Bridgeport, CT
Education and Post-Graduate Training
Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship, July 2012-June 30th, 2015 Lenox Hill Heart and Vascular Institute of New York New York, NY
Chief Medical Resident, Internal Medicine, July 2011-June 2012 Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Internal Medicine New York, NY
Internship and Residency, Internal Medicine, July 2008-June 2011 Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Internal Medicine New York, NY
Medical School, August 2004-May 2008 New York College of Osteopathic Medicine Old Westbury, NY Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)
Undergraduate, August 1999-May 2003 Seton Hall University College of Arts and Sciences South Orange, NJ Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biology
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine, August 2011
Radiation Physics and Biology Training, September 2014
Diplomate, National Board of Echocardiography, September 2014
Diplomate, Nuclear Cardiology, December 2014
Diplomate, Vascular Interpretation – RPVI, June 2015
Diplomate, Cardiovascular Disease, October 2015
Examinations and Licensures
New Jersey State Medical License, Pending
Connecticut State Medical License # 54510, August 2015-Present
New York State Medical License # 277598-1, October 2014-Present
Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support, May 2007-Present
COMLEX – Level 3, May 2010
COMLEX – Level 2 – PE, November 2007
COMLEX – Level 2 – CE, March 2008
COMLEX – Level 1, June 2006
Kodra A, Rambhatla T, Patel S, Coplan N. Assessing the Competency of Internal Medicine Residents in Electrocardiogram Interpretation. International Journal of Cardiology, Vol. 214, March 2016.
Patel S, Kronzon I. History and Physical Examination of a Patient with Pericardial Disease. In “Management of Pericardial Disease,” Chapter 3 pg 27-37; Switzerland: Springer International, 2014.
Siegfried J, Sagiv O, Berkowitz E, Patel S, Eltom A, Takhalov Y, Benjamin R, Alemu B, Osahan D, Siller J, Ullman J, Panagopoulos G, Messineo F, Coplan N. Risk Factors for All-Cause Readmission after Heart Failure Admission in Patients with Preserved or Reduced Ejection Fraction. Journal of Investigative Medicine, Vol 61, Number 3, March 2013.
Siegfried J, Sagiv O, Berkowitz E, Patel S, Eltom A, Takhalov Y, Benjamin R, Alemu B, Osahan D, Siller J, Ullman J, Panagopoulos G, Messineo F, Coplan N. Risk Factors for Heart Failure Readmission. Journal of Investigative Medicine, Vol. 61, Number 2, February 2013.
Patel, S. Perioperative Risk Assessment for Noncardiac Surgery. Presented at: Lenox Hill Department of Cardiology Grandrounds; 2015 January; New York, NY.
Patel, S, Perk G. Successful Percutaneous Evacuation of a Right Atrial Clot in Transit with Massive Pulmonary Embolism. Presented at: New York Echo Society Meeting; 2014 September; New York, NY.
Patel, S, Perk G. Echocardiography Jeopardy Case Presentations: Dilated Esophagus from Achalasia Mimicking Left Pleural Effusion and Incidental Finding of Aortic Coarctation on Pulsed Wave Doppler. Presented at: New York Echo Society Meeting; 2014 September; New York, NY.
Armstrong D, Patel S, Eltom A, Coplan N. Utilizing the Cardiac Admission to Assess Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Rates. Presented at: 2014 Eastern Regional Meeting-American Federation for Medical Research; 2014 April; Washington, D.C.
Patel, S, Kronzon I. Successful Percutaneous Evacuation of Catheter Related Thrombosis during Percutaneous Mitral Paravalvular Leak Closure. Presented at: New York Echo Society Meeting; 2012 September; New York, NY.
Patel S., Ko, E. Stress Testing Without Suitable Risk Assessment. Presented at Lenox Hill Hospital Annual Research Day; 2010 June, New York, NY.
Patel S., Ko, E. Stress Testing Without Suitable Risk Assessment. Presented at Associate Research Poster Finalist National Abstract Competition, National American College of Physicians Annual Meeting; 2010 April, Toronto, Canada.
Cardiovascular Research – Lenox Hill Heart and Vascular Institute, New York, NY Dr. Neil Coplan, MD, Program Director, Cardiology Fellowship Program
Assessed the proportion of cardiac telemetry patients who had been appropriately screened for abdominal aortic aneurysm in the past
Prospectively studied factors associated with re-admission within 30 days of discharge for patients admitted with congestive heart failure
Cardiovascular Research – Lenox Hill Heart and Vascular Institute, New York, NY Dr. Ranjit Suri, MD, Previous Director of Electrophysiology
Clinical recruiter in the VESTPREDICTS trial (2009)
Affiliations and Memberships
American College of Cardiology, 2012-Present
AHA Cardiology Fellows Society of Greater NY, 2014-Present
Lenox Hill Hospital House Staff Association, 2009-2011
Fundamental Critical Care Support – Society of Critical Care Medicine, February 2011
Alcoholism and Addiction Training Program for Physicians (PAAT), November 2008
Leadership/Teaching Experience and Work Activities
Cardiology Fellowship Program Evaluation Committee for Department of Cardiovascular Medicine – Bridgeport Hospital, May 2016
Chief Cardiology Fellow – Lenox Hill Hospital, July 2014-June 2015
Cardiology Fellowship Program Evaluation Committee for Department of Cardiovascular Medicine – Lenox Hill Hospital, July 2014-June 2015
Internal Medicine Residency Candidacy Applicant Interviewer – Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Medicine, November 2014
Heart Screen New York Volunteer – West Islip, NY, October 2013
Medical Teaching Attending – Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Medicine, April 2012
Clinical Instructor and Preceptor for MSIII Medical Students – New York Medical College, August 2011
Medical Teaching Attending – Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Medicine, August 2011
House Staff Association Treasurer – Lenox Hill Hospital, July 2010-June 2011
American College of Physicians (New York Chapter) Doctor’s Dilemma Competition – Mount Sinai Hospital; New York, NY, April 2010
House Staff Association Medical Education Committee – Lenox Hill Hospital, July 2009-July 2010
Awards and Honors
Leon Hess Memorial Award – Top Overall Graduating Fellow, Lenox Hill Hospital
Assistant Chief Medical Resident (PGY-3) – Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Medicine
Shining Star Award – Lenox Hill Hospital
Top In-Service Training Exam Score – Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Medicine
Intern of the Year – Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Medicine
Academic Excellence Award in Pre-Clinical Education – New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
Top 1% of Graduating Medical School Class – New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
Psi Sigma Alpha – National Osteopathic Honor Society
Magna Cum Laude – Seton Hall University
The National Dean’s List
Dean’s List – Seton Hall University
Women’s Guild Scholarship Award – Seton Hall University