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Christopher A. Clyne, M.D., F.A.C.C.

 

Surgeon

Christopher A. Clyne, M.D., F.A.C.C.
Dr. Clyne is currently Director of Interventional Electrophysiology at Hartford Hospital. He is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at University of Connecticut Medical School.

Dr. Clyne received his undergraduate degree of the University of Notre Dame at South Bend, Indiana, his medical degree from SUNY-Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, New York. His medical training continued at New England Deaconess Hospital and Harvard Medical School. After completing a chief residency here, he did his cardiology fellowship at the University of Massachusetts in nearby Worchester, Massachusetts. He then did a research fellowship in the cardiology branch at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland before returning to Boston for a fellowship in electrophysiology with Dr. N.A. Mark Estes at Tufts-New England Medical Center.

Dr. Clyne is credited with starting the first electrophysiology laboratory at Harvard's Beth Israel Hospital in Boston.

He left to become the Director of Electrophysiology at the University of Pennsylvania before coming to Connecticut. He came to Hartford Hospital after being in New Haven from 1994-2000.

He is a co-author of many peer reviewed articles and has authored multiple book chapters in Cardiology and Electrophysiology. Most recently, he was asked to author the Cardiology Review Section for the M.S.L.E. Board Review Course Part II.


Jeffrey Kluger, MD

 

Moderator

Jeffrey Kluger, MD
Director, Arrhythmia Services/
Cardiac Intensive Care Medicine/ Cardiology - Electrophysiology

Magdy Migeed, M.D., F.A.C.C.

 

Surgeon

Magdy Migeed, M.D., F.A.C.C.
Dr. Migeed is a new addition to the Cardiology Division/Arrhythmia Service and Interventional Electrophysiology Unit at Hartford Hospital.

Dr. Migeed joins Dr. Jeffrey Kluger and Dr. Clyne as staff Electrophysiologist specializing in Interventional Electrophysiology. He did his cardiology training at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, and his electrophysiology training at the University of Massachusetts in Worchester, Massachusetts. He has specific talents in implantation of devices for cardiac arrhythmias and for treatment of congestive heart failure (biventricular pacemakers and defibrillators), as well as treatment of complex arrhythmias by radiofrequency catheter ablation.

Dr. Migeed is not only well trained; he is also a gentleman. He comes to us from Syracuse, New York with three years of practice experience in Elecrophysiology, and with wonderful recommendations. I am confident that he will add to our growing arrhythmia service, and that you will find him an extremely pleasant and helpful colleague.

 
 
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