Jaime Gerber, MD, FACC, RPVI
Jaime Gerber, MD, is a cardiologist who provides preventive cardiology, and who diagnoses and treats a range of conditions including coronary artery disease, high cholesterol, and peripheral vascular disease.
“Cardiology is a dynamic, impactful, and well-researched specialty that gives the patient and doctor fantastically useful tools to care for our patients,” he says. “The absolute best thing about my practice is getting to know my patients as individuals and making a difference in their cardiovascular health. We always have something that we can offer our patients.” The best moments, he says, are when he looks out into the waiting room and sees patients who are thriving thanks to the care they are receiving.
In addition to his general practice, Dr. Gerber is co-director of the Yale Executive Health Program, which provides highly efficient care to patients with busy schedules. He also directs the Yale New Haven Heart & Vascular Center laboratory for vascular ultrasound testing for peripheral arterial disease, and consults on complex cardiology cases that involve coronary artery disease, peripheral artery disease, and risk factor modification.
- Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
Education & Training
- FellowshipMount Sinai Medical Center (1986)
- ResidencyMount Sinai Medical Center (1984)
- InternshipMount Sinai Medical Center (1982)
- MDMount Sinai School of Medicine (1981)
- BSBrooklyn College, Biology (1976)
- Italiano (Italian)
- Español (Spanish)