Credentials

Credentials

  • Board certifications

    • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysio - American Board of IM/Clinical Cardiac Electrophys

  • Administrative titles

    • Director of Service - Director of Electrophysiology of Medicine - Cardiology, Staten Island University Hospital

  • Chief resident

    • Mt Sinai West

  • Medical school

    • New York Medical College

  • Residencies

    • Mt Sinai West

  • Fellowships

    • Virginia Commonwealth University

    • Henry Ford Hospital

  • Affiliations

    • Lenox Hill Hospital

    • Long Island Jewish Medical Center

    • North Shore University Hospital

    • Staten Island University Hospital

Locations & insurance

Locations & insurance

1110 South Avenue, Ste. 305Staten Island, NY 10314
501 Seaview Avenue, Ste. 201Staten Island, NY 10305

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Patient ratings & comments

Patient ratings & comments

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| 117.0 patient ratings & 25 patient comments

Friendliness/courtesy of the care provider

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Explanations the care provider gave you about your problem or condition

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Concern the care provider showed for your questions or worries

4.8 out of 5 4.8 out of 5 rating

Care provider's efforts to include you in decisions about your treatment

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Information the care provider gave you about medications(if any)

4.8 out of 5 4.8 out of 5 rating

Instructions the care provider gave you about follow up care (if any)

4.8 out of 5 4.8 out of 5 rating

Degrees to which care provider talked with you using words you could understand

4.8 out of 5 4.8 out of 5 rating

Amount of time the care provider spent with you

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Your confidence in this care provider

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Likelihood of your recommending this care provider to others

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Most recent comments

Patient comments are gathered from the Press Ganey Pateint Satisfaction Survey. Comments are displayed in their entirety and are anonymous for patient privacy.

07/19/2018
"Excellent."
07/18/2018
"Dr. Kowalski is very attentive and never hurries during our consultations and examination."
05/08/2018
"Dr. Kowalski was recommended to me and I will definitely recommend him to others."
02/08/2018
"Dr. Kowalski is always pleasant, caring excellent doctor."
02/02/2018
"He's a "10" not a 5 - the best!!!"
10/25/2017
"Thank you (great). "
10/04/2017
"I am pleased that Dr. Kowalski corresponds with my cardiologist to mutually review & coordinate my care! "
08/08/2017
"Very good cardio heart doctor."
08/02/2017
"Dr. always in a rush to be somewhere else."
07/25/2017
"Kowalski is the very best. "
07/05/2017
"Dr. Kowalski, one of the best cardiologists I've ever seen. Very mart, knowledgeable person. I owe him till the last day of my life."
06/28/2017
"Very good."
06/02/2017
"Dr. Kowalski is a very good doctor who is kind, caring. An asset to the hospital."
05/23/2017
"I have recommend Dr. Kowalski to many people."
05/11/2017
"Always a very good experience."
05/09/2017
"The best."
04/19/2017
"Dr. Kowalski is great. One of the nicest people I have met. & a great doctor who cured my a-fib with ablations."
04/15/2017
"Dr. Kowalski has my full confidence."
03/08/2017
"Dr. Kowalski is exceptional in all phases of handling my heart related procedure."
01/04/2017
"Dr. Kowalski is outstanding physician due to his knowledge of the subject and his easy going style of communicating."
11/22/2016
"Everyone took their time to make sure we has people understand fully."
11/10/2016
"Very courteous/knowledgeable."
10/05/2016
"All very very very good."
09/14/2016
"I have recommended Dr. Kowalski to my brother and 3 friends."
02/15/2016
"Good."

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