Andrew Rudin, MD
Cardiologist and Doctor of Medicine in New York
Andrew Rudin MD started his medical career after graduating from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana in 1991. He received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and studied statistics in order to hone his skills of analyzing complex information and large datasets. From early on in Andrew's life, his father—Dr. Barry Rudin, a New York City based cardiologist—shared his knowledge and experiences of the profession, focusing on the challenges particular to cardiology. This inspired Andrew early on to go into the medical field.
Andrew Rudin MD graduated at the top of his class at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, earning the Harold Elster Memorial Award for highest academic achievement in 1996. His love of medicine, keen eye for detail, and diligence afforded him the opportunity to serve as Chief Resident at Yale New Haven Hospital, hand-selected by the Chairman of Medicine.
In 2004, Dr. Rudin completed his Cardiology Fellowship in Chicago, IL, at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, moving directly on to his Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship in 2006. The skills he learned and the connections he made allowed him to carve out a niche for himself in the field of cardiology. Cardiac arrhythmias, namely Atrial fibrillation, is Dr. Rudin’s specialty. Dr. Rudin and a fellow cardiovascular surgeon even developed a novel procedure to deal with the condition. His “Cooperative Atrial fibrillation Ablation” is used during life-threatening situations where there is an uncoordinated heartbeat upwards of 400 times per minute.
Andrew Rudin MD is currently based out of New York, NY and is licensed as a cardiologist in New York, New Jersey, Illinois, and Tennessee. Dr. Rudin serves on staff at Mount Sinai West (formerly Mount Sinai Roosevelt) in New York and at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in New Jersey.