Janet Snyder interviewed Dr. Anne Curtis, M.D. from UB/MD Internal Medicine. They discussed heart palpitations, atrial fibrillation,a nd implantable devices.
Dr. Anne Curtis is chair of the Department of Medicine at UB and CEO of the medical practice, UB|MD Internal Medicine.
She is a cardiologist who specializes in clinical cardiac electrophysiology and a prominent researcher in cardiac treatment and implantable devices. She earned her MD at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City. She completed her residency in internal medicine at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York and fellowships in cardiovascular disease and clinical cardiac electrophysiology at Duke University Medical Center.
Before coming to Buffalo in 2010, Dr. Curtis was the chief of Cardiology at the University of South Florida in Tampa and director of Cardiovascular Services there.
Dr. Curtis has been recognized as one of America's Top Doctors every year since 2001. She was named one of Buffalo's Health Care 50 in 2012, a Western NY Woman of Influence in 2012, and she was awarded the Distinguished Fellowship Award by the World Congress on Heart Disease in 2010 and the Walter Bleifeld Memorial Award for Distinguished Contribution in Clinical Research in Cardiology in 2012. She is a Past President of the Heart Rhythm Society.
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