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Robert Dewey, MD, FACC

Robert Dewey, MD, FACC

Specialty:

Cardiology

Board Certification:

Internal medicine/cardiovascular disease/inte
New England Heart Institute
Phone: (603) 663-6894

Medical School:

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Residency:

Washington Hospital Center

Fellowship:

Medical Center Hospital of VT

Bio:

Robert C. Dewey, MD, FACC, is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine, OH. He completed his internship and residency at The Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC, and completed his cardiology fellowship at The University of Vermont College of Medicine in Burlington. He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology. He is Past President of the New Hampshire Affiliate of the American Heart Association, and is currently on the Board of the New England Affiliate of the American Heart Association. Dr. Dewey was recognized by the American Heart Association as its Volunteer of the Year for New Hampshire. His professional interests include clinical, diagnostic and interventional cardiology as well as nuclear cardiology. Dr. Dewey also serves as principal investigator on clinical research trials. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions. For more information, please call the New England Heart Institute at (603) 663-6894.

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