Eric V. Krieger M.D., F.A.C.C. Accepting new patients

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Adult congenital heart disease, Cardiac MRI, Echocardiography, Pregnancy and heart disease, Transesophogeal Echocardiography




Eric Krieger, M.D., F.A.C.C., is a board certified Adult Congenital Heart Disease Cardiologist at UW Medicine's Cardiology Clinic and a UW Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology. He directs the Adult Congenital Heart Disease training program and is Associate Director of UW Medicine's Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program. He practices at the University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital.

Dr. Krieger specializes in the care of adults born with heart defects. He strives to create active partnerships with his patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Dr. Krieger earned his M.D. from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.

Personal Interests

In his spare time, Dr. Krieger enjoys an active lifestyle outdoors with skiing, biking, climbing and hiking.
Regional Heart Center at UWMC

Regional Heart Center at UW Medical Center

1959 NE Pacific St., 3rd Floor Seattle, WA 98195


Adult congenital heart disease, Advanced heart failure, Behavioral healthcare, Cancer care and your heart

Cardiology Clinic at Eastside Specialty Center

Cardiology Clinic at Eastside Specialty Center

3100 Northup Way Bellevue, WA 98004


Advanced heart failure, Cardiac stress tests and monitoring, Cardiovascular imaging, General cardiology

Children's Hospital Boston

Fellowship, 2011, Adult Congenital Heart Disease

UW - Division of Cardiology

Fellowship, 2009, Cardiovascular Disease

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Residency, 2006, Chief Resident

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Residency, 2005, Internal Medicine

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Internship, 2003, Internal Medicine

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Medical education, 2002


Board Certifications
  • Adult Congenital Heart Disease, 2017, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Cardiovascular Disease, 2010, American Board of Internal Medicine