Isaac Dor, MD, FACC

Isaac Dor, MD, FACC, is a general cardiologist with a specialty in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension diagnosis and management. As a cardiologist, Dr. Dor works with patients who have a variety of cardiac-related conditions such as consultative cardiology, non-interventional cardiac catheterization, permanent and temporary pacemaker implantation, implantation of cardiac devices, interpretation and performance of echocardiograms, stress testing, tilt testing, performance and interpretation of nuclear cardiac imaging, and more.

Dr. Dor has more than 20 years of experience in treating cardiovascular diseases. Relocating from Illinois, he was a Staff Cardiologist at Vista Medical Center and had his own private practice. There he gained a special interest in heart failure and pulmonary arterial hypertension. Dr. Dor also takes a special interest in clinical research.

Dr. Dor’s attended Hadassah Medical School of Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. He completed his internship, residency, chief residency, and cardiology fellowship at Long Island College Hospital in New York.

He is board certified in cardiovascular diseases and nuclear cardiology.

Education and Training

Long Island College Hospital – SUNY Downstate Affiliate
Fellowship

Long Island College Hospital – SUNY Downstate Affiliate
Chief Residency

Long Island College Hospital – SUNY Downstate Affiliate
Residency

Hebrew University – Hadassah Medical School
Medical School

Board Certification

  • American Board of Internal Medicine – Cardiovascular Disease
  • American Board of Internal Medicine – Nuclear Cardiology

Licensure

  • 2015 – Florida State Medical Board
  • 2001 – Wisconsin State Medical Board
  • 2000 – Illinois State Medical Board

Academic Honors and Awards

  • Excellence Award – Hadassah Medical School   Seminar – “Right Hemispheric Language Functions”
  • Kornfield Fund – Grant for Excellence in Laboratory Research and Doctoral Thesis – “Characterization of Human Fibroblasts’ Permanent Cell Lines Producing the C5a inhibitor in vitro”
  • First Prize – Best Institutional Clinical Research at Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, NY   Work done with Swan-Ganz Catheter
  • Genentech/American College of Cardiology Meeting Grant for work done on Thallium/Dipyridamole abstract

Languages

English, Hebrew, French, and Spanish

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