Dr. Jay Dubowsky has practiced Cardiology for over 20 years. After graduating with his doctorate degree from SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Dr. Dubowsky completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Bellevue Hospital. He then went on to Long Island Jewish Medical Center for his fellowship in Cardiology, where he acted as Chief Fellow during his final year. To complete his training, Dr. Dubowsky moved to NY Presbyterian - Weill Cornell Medical Center for a second fellowship in Nuclear Cardiology. With his board certifications in Internal Medicine, Clinical Cardiology, and Nuclear Cardiology, Dr. Dubowsky has expertise in all areas of clinical cardiology, including the diagnosis of coronary artery disease, cardiovascular risk stratification, and noninvasive cardiology.
In addition to his clinical roles, Dr. Dubowsky holds several administrative positions. At the Mount Sinai Manhasset practice, Dr. Dubowsky acts as the Director of Nuclear Medicine. He is also the Medical Director of the CHF program at Sands Point Center for Health and Rehabilitation. Additionally, he acts as the Assistant Medical Director for the Town of North Hempstead, as well as a Consultative Cardiologist for multiple police and fire departments.
In his professional community, Dr. Dubowsky holds Fellowship status in the American College of Cardiology and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology. Outside of his clinical and administrative roles, Dr. Dubowsky is active in community affairs and charity events, including the Knickerbocker Cup, a charity race benefiting St. Francis Hospital. He enjoys spending time with his family and being a Cub Scout Leader, Cubmaster, and treasurer for his local troop.
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