The Yale Echo Laboratory is comprised of 9 board-certified cardiologists and over 17 registered cardiac sonographers performing transthoracic, stress, and transesophageal echocardiography using state-of-the-art equipment capable of 2D and 3D imaging, intracavitary contrast, and strain imaging.
Directed by Daniel Jacoby, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, in collaboration with Abeel Mangi, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, the Advanced Heart Failure program provides a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach to patients with advanced heart failure. This includes optimization of advanced heart failure medical management, use of cardiopulmonary exercise testing to determine prognosis, and evaluation for advanced therapies such as short-term and long-term mechanical support platforms and cardiac transplantation.
Inpatient cardiovascular services encompass CCU and the step down unit, the Goodyer service (general inpatient cardiology) and the consult service. The CCU/step-down service, directed by Joseph Brennan, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, provides full time management for patients with acute coronary syndromes. The Goodyer service, directed by Lynda Rosenfeld, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, is dedicated to inpatient management of patients with a wide spectrum of cardiovascular illnesses spectrum of cardiovascular illnesses and their safe transition to outpatient care while the consult service makes Yale cardiology expertise available to all physicians and patients in the Yale New Haven Hospital.