Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship

Danbury Hospital offers a Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program for two eligible trainees each year. The hospital has undergone many exciting changes in the last few years including the expansion of an already busy cardiovascular service and the dedication of the Praxair Regional Heart and Vascular Center.

We provide the latest in cardiovascular care to Western Connecticut, as well as to significant portions of Eastern New York State. Our fellows benefit from a busy, state-of-the-art program. In addition to a robust clinical program, Danbury Hospital Cardiovascular Fellows devote six months to research. Our unique relationship with surrounding institutions provides extensive opportunities for both clinical and basic science research.

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Should you have any questions about the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program at Danbury Hospital, please feel free to contact us.

Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

Mark Warshofsky, M.D.

Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
Director, Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program
Mark Warshofsky, M.D., F.A.C.C.

Dr. Warshofsky is fellowship trained in interventional cardiology and cardiology. He focuses his expertise in diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease on risk reduction, heart attack survival and long-term health for patients following cardiothoracic surgery.

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Procedures and Specialties

  • Cardiac catheterization, including radial approach
  • Angioplasty/stent/coronary interventions
  • Rotational atherectomy
  • Intravascular ultrasound
  • Hemodynamic lesion assessment/Doppler flow wire
  • Hemodynamic studies/pulmonary hypertension/vasodilators
  • Endomyocardial biopsy
  • Pericardiocentesis
  • Hemodynamic support
  • Emergent treatment of patients with heart attack

“Our catheterization lab team is very accommodating. They offer a great experience for patients in a pleasant environment close to home. Each situation is unique based on the patient’s co-morbidities and lifestyle to their personality and preferences. It’s important to make it special for every patient.”

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