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Joyce Oen-Hsiao, MD, FACC

Associate Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular Medicine); Director, Cardiac Rehabilitation Services, Yale-New Haven Hospital Heart & Vascular Center, Cardiac Rehabilitation; Medical Director, Verdi 3 East, Cardiology; Medical Director, Take Heart Cardiovascular Center, Cardiology; Director, Clinical Cardiology, Cardiology; Director, Take Heart Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Program, Cardiology; Director, Event Monitors & Holters, Cardiology

I am an associate professor of medicine (Cardiovascular Disease). I am a non-invasive cardiologist with a primary focus on clinical medicine, consultative cardiology, and cardiac rehabilitation. I am fortunate to have graduated from the Yale School of Medicine and know all the nuances that makes Yale so unique.

In my training through medical school, residency, and fellowship, I had mentors who I could trust to help give me career advice. I strongly feel that the connections you make through training help to shape/mold your future. I have taught first- and second-year medical students how to perform the physical examination, I have had medical students and residents working with me in my ambulatory office space, and I am one of the faculty teaching the cardiology fellows. Teaching is part of what makes my career so interesting! Getting to know students and doctors in all aspects of training and being able to guide them through their career decisions has always been a joy to me. So, to become a longitudinal coach, spanning all four years of medical school, is such an honor. I look forward to connecting with students, guiding them as best I can, and helping them to make those crucial connections that will help move their career along.