About

About

Dr. Eugenia Gianos is the director of Women s Heart Health at Lenox Hill Hospital and director of Cardiovascular Prevention for Northwell Health. As a clinical cardiologist with expertise in preventive cardiology, lipidology, imaging and women s heart disease, she sees patients with various cardiovascular diseases and has a specific interest in those with a genetic predisposition or heart disease, at a young age, lipid disorders, complex coronary disease, and uncontrolled risk factors for heart disease. Her main goal through education, research and clinical care is to recognize those patients at risk for cardiovascular disease and use lifestyle programs and optimal individualized medical therapy to improve patient outcomes and quality of life.

After earning an undergraduate degree in psychiatry from Barnard College at Columbia, Dr. Gianos earned her medical degree from New York Medical College. She completed her internship and residency in internal medicine, as well as her fellowship in cardiology at Northwell s Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Dr. Gianos holds board certification in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, echocardiography and nuclear cardiology and she is certified in lipidology through the National Lipid Association. Dr. Gianos comes to Lenox Hill from NYU Langone Health (Bellevue and Tisch Hospitals), where she held various clinical and administrative roles of progressive responsibility for the past 11 years. In her first years at NYU, she won a cardiology faculty teaching award and most recently, served as co-clinical director of the NYU Langone Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, associate professor of medicine at the NYU School of Medicine, and director of the NYU Preventive Cardiology fellowship program. In addition, she was an active member of the hospital s women s heart group. Dr. Gianos s experiences at NYU over the past 11 years have prepared her well to return to the health system she considered home with a clear vision for advancing patient-centered care.

Credentials

Credentials

  • Board certifications

    • Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

    • Cardiovascular Disease - American Board of IM/Cardiovascular Disease

    • Nuclear Cardiology - Certification Council of Nuclear Cardiology

    • Adult Comp Echocardiography - National Board of Echocardiography

  • Academic titles

    • Associate Professor, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

  • Medical school

    • New York Medical College

  • Residencies

    • Long Island Jewish Medical Center

  • Fellowships

    • North Shore University Hospital

  • Affiliations

    • Lenox Hill Hospital

Locations & insurance

Locations & insurance

7 Seventh AvenueNew York, NY 10014

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Most recent comments

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06/21/2019
"Dr. Gianos is awesome. She is very understanding of my needs and takes her time to follow up with me. I appreciate that very much."
05/23/2019
"All excellent."
05/21/2019
"Very caring & professional."
05/10/2019
"Dr. Gianos is my favorite doc. I've been seeing her for 2+ years, she's fantastic. "
04/26/2019
"Doctor Gianos is superb. I have complete confidence in her abilities. She is intelligent and informed without being condescending. She was patient with my many questions and concerns."
04/25/2019
"Dr. Gianos is an excellent provider for my cardiac care."
04/23/2019
"As a former patient of Dr. Gianos at NYU Laugane, I would have followed her to Northwell had not a heart attack and treatment at Laugone intervened. As it is, I consulted her to confirm Laugone recommendation."
04/09/2019
"Dr. Gianos always provides the best care and service. She takes the time to listen and address any of my concerns."
03/19/2019
"Dr. Gianos is an exceptional professional with great bedside manners."
03/15/2019
"came recommended n will recommend"
03/12/2019
"doctor was excellent in every way as was nurse practicioner. I should have prepared more questions but not dr fault. she was wonderful."
02/27/2019
"This was only my 2nd time with this provider (physician) - no complications so brief experience to base answers. Was satisfied -"
02/16/2019
"dr Gianos has been my doctor for many years... I totally trust her"

In the news

In the news

In the news
Eugenia Gianos, MD, comments in this MSN Lifestyle piece.
Guy Mintz, MD, and Eugenia Gianos, MD, tell WebMD that the first symptom of a heart attack is the heart attack.
Northwell Health cardiologists – Drs. Guy Mintz, Eugenia Gianos and Benjamin Hirsh – were honored for their achievements in heart disease prevention at the annual meeting of the National Lipid Association in Miami.
Drs. Eugenia Gianos and Thomas Kilkenny weigh in on the role of ZZZs in heart health.