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Yale Cardiology-New Haven
175 Sherman Avenue
Ste 2nd Floor
New Haven, CT 06511
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  • Yale Cardiology-New Haven
    175 Sherman Avenue
    Ste 2nd Floor
    New Haven, CT 06511
  • Yale Cardiology-North Haven
    2 Devine Street
    North Haven, CT 06473
  • Yale Cardiology-Branford
    Yale Heart and Vascular Outpatient Services
    84 North Main Street
    Branford, CT 06405

Samuel Hahn, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Interventional Cardiology, Cardiovascular Medicine
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Patient type treated
Adult
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
From patients or physicians
Board Certified in
Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine , and Interventional Cardiology

Biography

Samuel Hahn, MD, is an interventional cardiologist with a special interest in patients with heart failure and heart transplants. He is an associate director of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at Yale New Haven Hospital. 

Dr. Hahn says when he decided to become a doctor, he was following in the footsteps of his mother and grandfather, both of whom were physicians. “I drew great inspiration from them,” he says. But he took a different path to medicine, studying bioengineering in college before entering medical school and then pursuing cardiology. “I saw a natural intersection between engineering and cardiovascular medicine,” he says.

Providing interventional cardiology at Yale is exciting, partly because doctors involved in research partner with industry to offer patients the most advanced treatments available, Dr. Hahn says. An example of this is CardioMEMS™, which he says is now available across all Yale New Haven Health cardiology services. CardioMEMS™ is a device that allows doctors to remotely monitor pulmonary artery pressure in patients with heart failure.

“Heart failure and acute coronary syndromes [heart attacks] are two of the most devastating diagnoses for patients,” Dr. Hahn says. “Fortunately, we have many advanced treatments available that are improving the quality of life for our patients.”

Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
  • Physician Advisor, Yale-New Haven Hospital
  • Medical Director, Safety & Performance Improvement HVC
  • Co-Chair, Pharmacy & Therapeutics Anticoagulation & Cardiology Subcommittee
  • Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Yale School of Medicine

Education & Training

  • Fellowship
    Massachusetts General Hospital (2000)
  • Fellowship
    Massachusetts General Hospital (1998)
  • Residency
    Massachusetts General Hospital (1996)
  • Internship
    Massachusetts General Hospital (1994)
  • MD
    Harvard Medical School, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences & Techbnology (1993)
  • BS
    University of Pennsylvania, Bioengineering (1989)

Additional Information

Biography

Samuel Hahn, MD, is an interventional cardiologist with a special interest in patients with heart failure and heart transplants. He is an associate director of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at Yale New Haven Hospital. 

Dr. Hahn says when he decided to become a doctor, he was following in the footsteps of his mother and grandfather, both of whom were physicians. “I drew great inspiration from them,” he says. But he took a different path to medicine, studying bioengineering in college before entering medical school and then pursuing cardiology. “I saw a natural intersection between engineering and cardiovascular medicine,” he says.

Providing interventional cardiology at Yale is exciting, partly because doctors involved in research partner with industry to offer patients the most advanced treatments available, Dr. Hahn says. An example of this is CardioMEMS™, which he says is now available across all Yale New Haven Health cardiology services. CardioMEMS™ is a device that allows doctors to remotely monitor pulmonary artery pressure in patients with heart failure.

“Heart failure and acute coronary syndromes [heart attacks] are two of the most devastating diagnoses for patients,” Dr. Hahn says. “Fortunately, we have many advanced treatments available that are improving the quality of life for our patients.”

Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
  • Physician Advisor, Yale-New Haven Hospital
  • Medical Director, Safety & Performance Improvement HVC
  • Co-Chair, Pharmacy & Therapeutics Anticoagulation & Cardiology Subcommittee
  • Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Yale School of Medicine

Education & Training

  • Fellowship
    Massachusetts General Hospital (2000)
  • Fellowship
    Massachusetts General Hospital (1998)
  • Residency
    Massachusetts General Hospital (1996)
  • Internship
    Massachusetts General Hospital (1994)
  • MD
    Harvard Medical School, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences & Techbnology (1993)
  • BS
    University of Pennsylvania, Bioengineering (1989)

Additional Information

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Yale Cardiology-New Haven
175 Sherman Avenue
Ste 2nd Floor
New Haven, CT 06511
1 of 3
  • Yale Cardiology-New Haven
    175 Sherman Avenue
    Ste 2nd Floor
    New Haven, CT 06511
  • Yale Cardiology-North Haven
    2 Devine Street
    North Haven, CT 06473
  • Yale Cardiology-Branford
    Yale Heart and Vascular Outpatient Services
    84 North Main Street
    Branford, CT 06405