Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Treatment Center
NYU Winthrop’s Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) Treatment Center is one of only a handful of centers in the nation to provide comprehensive resources for HCM and the only such center on Long Island.
We expertly treat hundreds of patients and families from the tri-state area and beyond, offering highly specialized services that address all facets of the disease.
Personalized Care. State-of-the-Art Treatments.
A National Reputation for Excellence.
Our Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) Treatment Center’s collaborative team of specialists works closely with your local physicians to create personalized care plans from our broad range of available treatment options.
Comprehensive services offered by the NYU Winthrop HCM Treatment Center include:
- Cardiac Imaging and Non-Invasive Testing
- Electrophysiology, Device Implantation and Arrhythmia Ablation
- Genetic Testing/Counseling
- Specialized care in pregnancy
- Lifestyle Modification Counseling
- Medical & Pharmacologic Therapy
- Cardiac Catheterization and Hemodynamic Assessment
- Pediatric Specialized Care
- Surgical Myectomy & Complex Valve Repair
- Alcohol Septal Ablation
- Heart Transplant evaluation
A Proud History of Care
NYU Winthrop’s Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) Treatment Center was established in 2004. Patients from throughout the tri-state region seek treatment at our center, which has become known for detail-oriented care, exceptional diagnostics and imaging, and a systematic approach to treatment that always keeps the patient’s wishes and best interests in mind.
NYU Winthrop’s HCM Center has become one of the fastest growing centers in the country, with our physician staff publishing and lecturing extensively.
Ramesh Daggubati, MD
Director Cardiac Cath Lab
Juan Gaztanaga, MD
Director of Advanced Cardiac Imaging
Joseph Germano, DO, FACC
Associate Director Electrophysiology
Beevash Ray, MD
Scott Schubach, MD, FACC, FACS, FCCP
Chairman, Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
Martin Chavez, MD, FACOG
Chief, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine