George Welch, MD
George Welch, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.S.E., R.P.V.I. is an experienced, caring and detail oriented cardiologist. Dr. Welch completed his medical residency and chief residency at Harvard University. He subsequently trained in cardiology at Boston University Medical Center.
Dr. Welch has served on the faculty at Columbia University Medical Center and New York University as Clinical Instructor in Medicine. He has published more than 50 original research articles and abstracts looking at the underlying causes of heart attacks.
He is board certified in cardiology, echocardiology, nuclear cardiology and vascular disease(RPVI). He has been recognized by his peers as one of the top cardiologists in New York City when he received a prestigious Castle Connelly Top Doctor Award.
Dr. Welch has 19 years of experience practicing cardiology and has been described by his patients as professional, warm and caring. Outside of the office, Dr. Welch enjoys reading, theater, and running marathons.
Patient Experiences with Dr. Welch
“I can not be more thankful for finding Dr. Welch! His office staff was pleasant and accommodating, and his practice location seems brand new and technologically sound. Dr. Welch was extremely personable, had a great bedside manner, and showed true concern in investigating what might be wrong with me. Dr. Welch spent a tremendous amount of time with me explaining all of his findings, and never once did I feel rushed. I would highly highly recommend!!!”
“Dr. Welch was excellent, comforting, and very knowledgeable about his hearts….lol. I highly recommend anyone to this office.”
“Dr. Welch was extremely patient and listened to all of my concerns. He made me feel comfortable and was very thorough. His staff was helpful, polite, and very informative from checking in to running heart exams. I was extremely concerned about the structure of my heart being flawed or defective yet he was sure to take away my worries and put them to rest all in my 1st visit by reviewing results on the spot. Highly recommend.”