Welcome to Our Practice
WHAT CAUSES HEART ATTACKS
Dr. Bradley Radwaner, the founder and medical director of The New York Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease, treating the Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Westchester, Long Island, New Jersey and greater New York Metropolitan area, is a leading authority in the field of preventive cardiology. In his 30 years of practice, he has developed comprehensive individualized programs to prevent heart attacks, strokes and sudden death.
Dr. Radwaner, Cornell Medical educated, Columbia and NYU trained, is committed to providing you and your family with the best possible medical care to prevent the devastating effects of heart attacks, strokes, and sudden death and restore your health if cardiovascular disease is already present. To do that, Dr. Radwaner has developed a Concierge Cardiology practice where he is your personal advocate, and you are given the full time and attention that is needed for diagnosis, treatment, and education. There is no membership fee and we are out of network, free of any insurance company constraints that might hinder your receiving the most effective, state of the art care.
We are dedicated to fully listening to your concerns and understanding your health needs so that we can provide the individualized precision healthcare that you deserve. When a cardiovascular risk or cardiovascular disease threatens your health or the health of those you love, we believe you deserve access to the best care modern medicine has to offer. That’s what the New York Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease provides.
- Standard cholesterol testing misses over 50% of those at significant risk for a heart attack or stroke. With the use of Advanced Cholesterol Testing done through our Center, we can now identify these individuals and provide a plan of treatment to prevent a possibly tragic event.
- Over 50% of the time, a heart attack is the first sign of heart disease, occurring without any previous warning. New state of the art imaging combined with our Advanced Cholesterol Testing can identify those at high risk, before a heart attack.
- Strokes are often caused by silent atrial fibrillation, a heart rhythm abnormality often without symptoms, but now detectable with new long term heart rhythm monitoring, allowing treatment to be started to prevent a stroke.
- 90% of heart attacks can now be prevented with diet changes, exercise, and aggressive cholesterol reduction.
Please take a few moments to browse our website for patient information about our practice including the doctor biography, office hours, services, appointment details, new patient information on Cholesterol, Heart attack, Stroke, Chest Pain, Diabetes, and much more. Please call us if you have any questions.
Providing Personalized Care
We offer you individualized personal care for all aspects of your health. Our office is out of network so we can take the time with each patient to provide the best possible care. Rushed, clinic like care and abbreviated visits, are not part of this office.
Emphasizing Preventive Medical Care
Our great satisfaction comes from detecting heart disease and other illnesses before they become life-threatening when medical care and prevention will be most successful.
Providing Open Communication and Listening
Ensuring excellent doctor-patient communication is an essential part of maintaining and restoring your health.
Encouraging You to Actively Participate In Your Health
We want to enable you to fully understand your health and be actively involved in both preventive care and treatment. Education is a major part of my role as your physician.
Providing the Most Advanced Cardiovascular Care
We utilize the most modern diagnostic techniques and therapeutic options available.
Providing Care at a Major University Teaching Hospital
Team Approach. We coordinate patient care by interacting and communicating with all your physicians. Dr. Radwaner is on staff at Lenox Hill Hospital, affiliated with The Lenox Hill Heart and Vascular Institute and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at NYU-Langone School of Medicine.