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Cardiologist

Dennis A. Ehrich, M.D. FACC

Overview

Dennis Ehrich, M.D. is a native New Yorker, who’s returning to his Home-City. He is a Board-certified cardiologist who graduated from the SUNY College of Medicine in Syracuse.

Known as a skilled practitioner, he was trained in Internal Medicine at the Second and Fourth Medical Services (Harvard) at the Boston City Hospital; and then received his training as a Cardiologist at the Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY.

Before beginning his medical practice in Syracuse, he had the honor of serving as a Naval Medical Officer and Cardiologist at The Naval Regional Medical Center, San Diego.

Dr. Ehrich is highly experienced in office-based cardiology practice, as well as an in-hospital cardiology consultant at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center in Syracuse, NY – In his amazing tenure so far, he has also served six years as the hospital’s VP for Medical Affairs. His consistent dedication and commitment have enabled him to provide safe and contemporary cardiology care for our patients at Manhattan Medical Arts.

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Key Cardiology Conditions Treated
By Dennis A. Ehrich, M.D, FACC.

  • Chest Pain or Angina
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • Heart Murmur / Valve Disorder
  • Heart Rhythm Problem / Palpitations / Arrhythmia
  • High Blood Pressure / Hypertension
  • Shortness of breath on exertion or dyspnea
  • Blood Clot
  • Bradycardia
  • Dizziness
  • Fainting / Syncope
  • Heart Failure
  • Heart Problems
  • High cholesterol
  • Leg swelling or Edema
  • Vascular Disease

Key Cardiology Services Provided at
Manhattan Medical Arts

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Cardiology
Follow Up

Calcium CT scan

Calcium
CT scan

Cardiac Monitering

Cardiac
Testing

Family Heart Disease

Family Hx of
Heart Disease

Stress Test

Stress
Test

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Specialty

Cardiologist

Primary Care
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Services

Cardiology

Preventive Care
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Languages

English

Neurology
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Insurance

Vascular and pulmonary care for patients that suffer from heart and vascular conditions.

Cardiology

Affiliations

Boston Medical Center

Boston City Hospital

Strong Memorial Hospital

Strong Memorial Hospital – Rochester, NY

Naval Regional Medical Center

The Naval Regional Medical Center – San Diego

St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center

St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center – Syracuse, NY

Education

SUNY College of Medicine

SUNY College of Medicine, Syracuse

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D’s areas of expertise?

Heart conditions such congenital heart abnormalities, coronary artery disease, irregular heartbeats, and heart failure are diagnosed and treated by Dr. Dennis.

Is Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D accepting new patients?

Yes, Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D is accepting new patients at Manhattan Medical Arts.

How can I schedule an appointment with Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D?

Visit our website https://manhattanmedicalarts.com and book your slot or call (646) 454-9000 to make an appointment.

Does Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D accept my insurance?

Dr Dennis Ehrich, M.D accepts all major insurances. Use our insurance check to verify if you are covered by your insurance provider.

Where is Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D’s office located?

Dr Dennis Ehrich, M.D’s office is located at 492 6th Avenue at the intersection of Union Square, and the West Village, New York.

What Hospital is Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D affiliated with?

Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D is affiliated with Crouse Hospital and St. Joseph’s Health Hospital New York.

Is Dr Dennis Ehrich, M.D board certified?

Yes, Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D is certified in cardiovascular disease and internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Does Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D offer telehealth services?

Yes, Dr. Dennis Ehrich, M.D offers telehealth services. Please contact our office to check for eligibility for your needs.

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