Heart Rhythm Center
Office Centrally Located Principal Hospitals: Manhattan
in Old Westbury, NY on the Manhattan: Upper West Side
NYIT Medical School Mount Sinai Morningside campus (off Northern Blvd) Long Island: Good Samaritan Hosp.
Offering Virtual Visits and Telehealth
during COVID19 Pandemic
Seeing New and Established Patients
Call 516-287-8898 to schedule an Appointment
Todd J. Cohen, MD is a triple boarded practicing cardiologist and electrophysiologist (having trained at Johns Hopkins, Stanford, and UCSF). He is an inventor, educator, and serial entrepreneur. He built and directed two of the busiest EP Programs on Long Island (first, North Shore Univ. Hospital's program, followed by the Winthrop program). He is the founder and director of the Long Island Heart Rhythm Center located in Old Westbury, New York (right on the NYIT medical school campus). He is Chief of Cardiology, Director of Medical Device Innovation, and a Professor at NYITCOM in Old Westbury, New York, and a clinical advisor for the Center of Bioengineering Innovation and Design at Johns Hopkins University.
In addition to Dr. Cohen being a practicing cardiologist/electrophysiologist, he is committed to innovation and more recently helping medical students and doctors in training continue their education during the pandemic. This site is dedicated to helping advance this mission.
Please call LIHRC to schedule an appointment and personally see Dr. Cohen in consultation. It is important to make sure your records are sent via HIPAA secure fax to his office at 516-730-9569. He takes most common medical insurances. To schedule a consultation please call 516-287-8898.
Dr. Cohen has years of experience following thousands of implantable devices in person and remotely. This includes pacemakers, defibrillators, biventricular devices, and implantable loop recorders. To schedule your device follow-up please call 516-287-8898.
Dr. Cohen performs all types of heart rhythm procedures including tilt table tests, EP studies, catheter ablations, loop recorder implants/explants, pacemaker and defibrillator implants/explants, biventricular device procedures, and cardioversions. You can learn more about each of these procedures from his comprehensive Johns Hopkins Health Book -- A Patient's Guide to Heart Rhythm Problems.