Spotlight: Dr. Annette Osher



Dr. Osher is a fantastic internist and cardiologist in the area.
She attended training at Long Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center and the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center. She also trained at the Medical College of Pennsylvania and helped with medical research at Yale University School of Medicine.

She was also president of Columbus Medical Association and focused on preventative health and cardiac evaluations (which includes stress testing, Holter monitoring, and echocardiography).

She even founded the Women’s Medical Practice, P.C., “a medical practice specializing in the health care of professional women.”

She’s currently a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine and an associate fellow of the American College of Cardiology. She volunteers at Mount Sinai Medical College Center and teaches at the medical school at the CUNY there as well as lectures around New York about cardiovascular responses to exercise. She is on the Medical Advisory Board of a handful of sports training centers as well.

Clearly, Dr. Osher is a busy woman, but she has plenty of time for her patients. You can schedule an appointment online by clicking here or give her office a call at (212) 861-6161. You can also stop by her practice at 941 Park Avenue in New York, NY. Check out her website here.

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