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Zachary David Goldberger M.D., M.S.

 Zachary  David Goldberger M.D., M.S.

Bio

Dr. Goldberger received his undergraduate degree in English and American Literature from Brown University, and his medical degree from Yale University…

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Patient Care Philosophy

I find every aspect of cardiovascular medicine fascinating. I try to use this enthusiasm to help patients become invested in their own care and to understand their heart disease.

Personal Interests

Classical and jazz music.

Clinical Interests

Noninvasive cardiology; electrocardiography; echocardiography.

Research Interests

Resuscitation science; noninvasive electrophysiology; health services research; clinical practice guidelines.

Education

InstitutionCredentialYear
Univ. of MichiganMaster2012
Yale University School of MedicineMedical education2004
Univ. of Michigan Med. Ctr.Fellowship
UW - Division of General Internal MedicineInternship
UW - Division of General Internal MedicineResidency
Veterans Adm. Med.Center(Seattle)Teaching Appointment

Board Certifications

CertificationSpecialtyYear
American Board of Internal MedicineCardiovascular Disease2013
American Board of Internal MedicineInternal Medicine2007
Dr. Goldberger received his undergraduate degree in English and American Literature from Brown University, and his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine. He did internship and residency in internal medicine at the University of Washington, and a cardiology fellowship at the University of Michigan, along with a health services research fellowship in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program. He is currently a UW assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Cardiology at Harborview Medical Center/University of Washington School of Medicine, and serves as an associate program director for the cardiology fellowship, and as director of the Electrocardiography/Holter Laboratory at Harborview Medical Center.

Dr. Goldberger’s primary area of scholarly focus is non-invasive cardiac electrophysiology, including resuscitation science. He is the author of nearly 40 peer-reviewed publications, as well as a co-author of two textbooks, one of which is Goldberger's Clinical Electrocardiography: A Simplified Approach (Elsevier; 2012). He is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, Heart Rhythm Society, and the American College of Physicians. He serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Electrocardiology and JAMA Internal Medicine, and is currently on the Writing Committee for three clinical practice guidelines through the ACC and AHA. He was the recipient of the UWSOM 2014 Cardiology Teaching Excellence Award, as well as the 2013 AHA Max Harry Weil Award for Resuscitation Science.

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