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Mark P. Abrams, MD

Mark P. Abrams, MD

Associate Director, Electrophysiology at Northern Westchester Hospital

Cardiac Electrophysiology


As a cardiac electrophysiologist, Dr. Abrams specializes in the advanced management of heart rhythm disorders and the procedures that address them. He received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and subsequently completed training in internal medicine, cardiology, and further subspecialty training in cardiac electrophysiology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Dr. Abrams earned his BSc degree with Great Distinction in Physiology from McGill University.

Dr. Abrams is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Echocardiography and board eligible in Cardiac Electrophysiology. He has received multiple honors and awards for his humanism and excellence in clinical practice and has held several leadership roles in national organizations such as the American Heart Association, the Gold Humanism Honor Society, and Heartbeat Health. He has published and presented in various regional, national, and international journals and conferences on cardiac arrhythmias as well as a novel program he developed improving burnout and physician professional development to optimize patient care.

Dr. Abrams was born and raised in Westchester County. He says it’s an exciting time to be a cardiac electrophysiologist thanks to newer technological advancements and research helping people with arrhythmias live longer, healthier lives.


Mount Kisco Campus - 90
90 South Bedford Road
Mount Kisco, NY 10549-3412



Media, Blogs & Content


Undergraduate & Graduate

McGill University, Montreal: 2009

Medical Education

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx NY: 2013


Columbia University Irving Medical Center, NY: 2016


Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship

Columbia University Irving Medical Center, NY: 2021

Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship

Columbia University Irving Medical Center, NY: 2019


Board Certifications

Cardiac Electrophysiology - Board Eligible

Cardiovascular Disease


Internal Medicine


Hospital Affiliations

Northern Westchester Hospital

Lenox Hill Hospital

Professional Affiliations

Heart Rhythm Society
American College of Cardiology
American Medical Association
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
Gold Humanism Honor Society




MP Abrams, EY Wan, MP Waase, JP Morrow, JM Dizon, H Yarmohammadi, JP Berman, GA Rubin, A Kushnir, TJ Poterucha, PA Elias, DA Rubin, F Ehlert, A Biviano, N Uriel, H Garan, D Saluja. Clinical and Cardiac Characteristics of COVID-19 Mortalities in a Diverse New York City Cohort. J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol. 2020 Dec;31(12):3086-3096. DOI: 10.1111/jce.14772.


MP Abrams, EJ Coromilas, EY Wan, GA Rubin, H Garan, JM Dizon. Malignant Ventricular Arrhythmias in Patients with Severe Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Due to COVID-19 without Significant Structural Heart Disease. HeartRhythm Case Rep. 2020 Nov;6(11):858-862. DOI: 10.1016/j.hrcr.2020.08.017.


M Abrams, S Cromer, A Faye, J Cogan, T Brown, D Chong, E Granieri. Novel peer-facilitated method to decrease burnout and enhance professional development: the READ-SG prospective cohort study. Postgraduate Medical Journal. 2020;96:361-364.


MP Abrams and E Granieri. Peer facilitation and burnout: the READ-SG pilot. The Clinical Teacher. June 2018. 15(3): 226-230. DOI: 10.1111/tct.12666.


AB Biviano, T Nazif, J Dizon, H Garan, M Abrams, J Fleitman, D Hassan, S Kapadia, V Babaliaros, K Xu, J Rodes-Cabau, WY Szeto, WF Fearon, D Dvir, T Dewey, M Williams, S Kindsvater, MJ Mack, JG Webb, DC Miller, CR Smith, MB Leon, S Kodali. Atrial Fibrillation is Associated with Increased Pacemaker Implantation Rates in the Placement of AoRTic Transcatheter Valve (PARTNER) Trial. JAFIB. 2017. 10(1): 1-6.