Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center Sarcoidosis Center (Cardiology)

Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center Sarcoidosis Center (Cardiology)

88 East Newton Street, Boston, MA, United States
617-638-8060 / 617-638-8729 (Fax)

The Boston Medical Center Cardiac Sarcoidosis Clinic offers a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of sarcoidosis involving the heart. We offer specialists in heart failure, cardiac imaging, and arrhythmias, working together to optimize patient-centered care for Cardiac Sarcoidosis. Our areas of expertise include FDG PET imaging of the heart, cardiac MRI, and invasive electrophysiology (ablation). Our cardiac sarcoidosis team includes:

Edward J. Miller, MD PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Radiology; Director of Nuclear Imaging (Cardiology); Specializing in medical treatment of Cardiac Sarcoidosis, Cardiomyopathy and Nuclear Cardiology (FDG PET)

Frederick Ruberg, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Radiology; Specializing in medical treatment of Cardiac Sarcoidosis, Cardiomyopathy and Cardiac MRI.

Advay Bhatt, MD, Instructor of Medicine; Electrophysiology.

Michael Mazzini, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine; Electrophysiology

Physicians Name
Edward J. Miller, MD PhD
Physicians Title
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Radiology
Department
Medicine (Cardiology)
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