Alan D. Bramowitz, M.D.

Alan D. Bramowitz MD Cardiologist

Fellow
American College of Cardiology
Board-Certified
Internal Medicine
Cardiovascular Disease
Fellowship
Cardiology, University of California, Los Angeles Center for Health Sciences

Residency
Internal Medicine Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, IL
MD
University of Illinois
Member of: American Medical Association,Council of Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association, American Society of Echocardiograph, Pennsylvania Medical Society, Allegheny County Medical Society

During my medical education and career, I have had the unique opportunity to observe and participate in dramatic improvements in cardiac diagnosis and treatment. Coronary arteriography, coronary bypass surgery, echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, interventional cardiology with balloon and stent technology as well as pacemaker and defibrillator development are some of the major advances that have been developed. Also, many life saving medications were made available. It is especially gratifying to employ all current resources to help our patients. As a clinician, I try to optimally use all appropriate technology while maintaining sensitivity to the needs and wants of individual patients and their families.

Dr. Bramowitz practices clinical cardiology involving appropriate diagnostic tests and medical treatment for his cardiac patients. Dr. Bramowitz works with colleagues in cardiac surgery, medical and surgical specialties as well as primary care to try to provide optimal care for his patients. Dr. Bramowitz was recognized and listed in "Who's Who In The East" early in his career and has had teaching appointment a the University of Pittsburgh.

Advanced Care Means Hope For You

"After 30 years, I am more interested in cardiology now than I have ever been. The new developments in heart drugs, tests, and technologies are fascinating for me as a physician.

These advancements let me help people with very serious heart problems and get results that would not have been possible even ten years ago.

Being the best doctor I can be also takes a dedication to your whole well-being. I know that having a heart problem can affect you emotionally and mentally, too, and I'm sensitive to that. By taking the time to understand you as an individual, I get to make a difference not just in your heart health but in your life in general. It's a more personal, involved approach that all of us at Jefferson Cardiology Association believe in."