Dr. Ismail El-Hamamsy

Dr. Ismail El-Hamamsy

Dr. Ismail El-Hamamsy, Heart Surgeon
Heart Surgeon
Mount Sinai
Dr. Ismail El-Hamamsy

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About Dr. Ismail El-Hamamsy, Heart Surgeon

Dr. Ismail El-Hamamsy is a thoracic surgeon in New York, affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital. He received his medical degree from the University of Montreal Faculty of Medicine and has practiced for over 20 years. Dr. Ismail El Hamamsy has expertise in treating Heart valve surgery and heart bypass surgery, among other conditions areas of expertise.

My primary strength lies in prioritizing my patients. In my practice, I firmly believe that each patient deserves personalized attention and care. I understand that patients are more than just their clinical condition; they have unique stories, backgrounds, and life goals.

I engage with each patient individually when it comes to aortic root procedures, including various techniques like aortic valve repair, reconstructive root surgery, and the Ross procedure. This approach allows us to develop a surgical solution that is tailored to their specific needs, ensuring optimal long-term results and an improved quality of life.

Speciality in

  • Ross procedure
  • Valve-sparing aortic root replacement
  • Aortic valve repair

In addition, I have research and clinical interests specific to:

  • Aortic aneurysms and connective tissue disease
  • Long-term outcomes of aortic reconstructive surgery
  • Innovative aortic surgical approaches
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Phone
(516) 260-4180
Address
1190 Fifth Avenue New York City, New York
ZIP Code
10029

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Dr. Ismail El-Hamamsy, Heart Surgeon

Dr. Ismail El-Hamamsy

Heart Surgeon

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Mount Sinai

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