I'm extremely happy to announce our new office location at 635 Madison Avenue, Suite 1401, which is between 59th and 60th Streets and about a block away from our current office. We are no longer seeing patients at 110 E. 59th Street.
UPDATE TO OUR OFFICE PROCEDURES:
As we resume in-person visits on certain days of the week, please take note of the following items:
1. If you are sick (fever, chills, cough, severe muscle aches, loss of taste or smell), please do NOT come into the office.
2. Please take your temperature at home (this will be repeated in the office). If you have a fever, please stay home.
3. You must wear a mask.
4. Please use the hand sanitizer left outside the office before entering, and frequently while in the office.
5. Please do not arrive very early. If there is congestion in the office, you will need to wait in the elevator vestibule or the lobby. If you’d like to arrive earlier than your scheduled time, please call first to see if we are able to accommodate you.
6. The rooms are sterilized between visits to the best of our ability with bleach solution. Nevertheless, please make every effort not to touch any part of your face, and if you do, use the sanitizer.
7. The office staff will be wearing masks. Except when necessary during the course of the visit, please maintain social distancing.
8. If you have any symptoms which might lead you to worry about active COVID infection, please CALL us, and we will decide if an in-person visit is appropriate.
9. We do NOT test for active COVID infections.
We are looking forward to seeing you. We want to have the safest experience for everyone.
Please call with questions.
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Meet Dr. Meyer
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Dr. Mark Meyer, graduated from Haverford College with a Bachelor of Science, High Honors, in cellular and molecular biology, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude. He attended the Yale University School of Medicine, where he also completed a categorical residency in Internal Medicine, served for one year as an Emergency Department attending physician, and held the title of Clinical Instructor in the Department of Surgery. During this time, Dr. Meyer obtained a J.D. from the Yale Law School, concentrating on medical ethics, scientific research law, and FDA law. He then completed a fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where he obtained Level 3 Nuclear Cardiology training. He is considered one of the best cardiologists in NYC.
What Patients Have To Say...
Sept. 21, 2020
Dr Meyer is a super intelligent doctor with an irrepressible curiosity about science, knowledge, the world, and one who takes his duties to his patients as seriously.
Sept. 21, 2020
He's amazing. he finds things that my regular MD doesn’t.
Sept. 19, 2020
Dr. Mark Meyer has been my Cardiologist for over 15 years, during which time I have received his dedicated attention in handling my health issues.
Sept. 10, 2020
Dr. Meyer is very thorough and forthright, which I very much appreciate.
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In this first episode of two in a series on cholesterol, Dr. Mark L. Meyer, a Cardiologist in NYC at New York Presbyterian, Lenox Hill, and Mt. Sinai Hospitals, discusses the basics of a typical patient cholesterol profile, and the things you need to know to understand exactly what cholesterol is.