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Eric Grubman, MD

Cardiovascular Medicine, Electrophysiology
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Patient type treated
Child, Adult
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
From patients or physicians

Biography

Eric Grubman, MD, specializes in electrophysiology, the diagnosis and treatment of irregularities in the heart’s electrical system. He treats patients with slow heart rhythms, tachycardia and other cardiac arrhythmias, and is an expert at implanting pacemakers and defibrillators.

Dr. Grubman was the first doctor in Connecticut to implant a leadless pacemaker in a patient. Pacemakers regulate electrical signals that control heartbeat, and leadless pacemakers are miniaturized versions that are inserted directly into the heart instead of an external “pocket” in the patient’s chest. Implantation of a leadless pacemaker is less invasive and causes less scarring.

He chose cardiology because of the “complexity of the issues and the ability to provide quality care to patients.” As a researcher, Dr. Grubman investigates novel pacemaker designs and new treatments for cardiac arrhythmia.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Cardiology
  • Director of Ambulatory Electrophysiology, Internal Medicine

Education & Training

  • Fellowship
    University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (1998)
  • Fellowship
    University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (1996)
  • Chief Medical Resident
    The Mount Sinai Hospital (1994)
  • Intern and Resident in Medicine
    The Mount Sinai Hospital (1993)
  • MD
    Georgetown University (1990)
  • MS
    Georgetown University (1986)
  • BA
    Dartmouth College, Biochemistry (1984)

Additional Information

  • Yale Cardiology
    2 Devine Street, Ste Suite 1
    North Haven, CT, 06473
  • Yale Cardiology
    1591 Boston Post Road, Ste Suite 202
    Guilford, CT, 06437