Bradley A. Radwaner MD, FACC
Founder & Medical Director
One of New York's most highly credentialed and respected cardiologists, Dr. Radwaner is board certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease, with extensive experience in treating complex cardiovascular problems at University Medical Centers in both New York City and Philadelphia.
Cornell educated, Columbia and NYU trained, Dr. Radwaner opened the New York Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease in 1994 with the goal of integrating state-of-the-art techniques with a concierge level of individualized precision medical care.
Dr. Radwaner will listen to your concerns, answer your questions and will educate you, so you fully understand the plan that has been developed for you to achieve your optimal cardiovascular health.
Bradley Radwaner Bio
Dr. Radwaner is a graduate of Cornell University Medical College. His internal medicine residency was performed at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York and his cardiology fellowship at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital, a major teaching affiliate of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Radwaner spent an additional third year of cardiology training in cardiac catheterization and coronary angioplasty at the New York University Medical Center.
Dr. Radwaner has served as Associate Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at Maimonides Medical Center and as Assistant Professor of Medicine at Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn. In Philadelphia, Dr. Radwaner was on staff at Temple University Hospital as Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine.
From 1989 to 1991, he practiced at the Deborah Heart and Lung Center, performing consultative cardiology on referred cardiovascular problems from throughout the East Coast before returning to New York to establish The New York Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease.
A Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the American College of Chest Physicians, Dr. Radwaner has conducted several research projects in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. He has written cardiology research articles and has presented his work at national cardiology meetings. He is currently Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in Cardiology at New York University - Langone School of Medicine and attending cardiologist at Lenox Hill Hospital.