Panos Papageorgiou, MD, PhD, is an electrophysiologist and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He sees patients in Boston and Lexington, MA.
Arrhythmia monitoring and management, counseling for anticoagulation therapy, consultations for atrial fibrillation and anti-arrhythmic drugs. Procedures: pacemaker, ICD, CRT implantation, arrhythmia ablation.
American Board of Internal Medicine (Cardiovascular Disease), American Board of Internal Medicine (Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology)
Medical School: Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Internship/Residency/Fellowship: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Graduate: Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
"Dr. Papageorgiou is a skilled practitioner whose conservative and careful assessment of my atrial fibrillation issue has been outstanding. He takes the time to answer all questions and never makes me feel rushed, even when it is past 7 PM! He has an amazing ability to spot arrhythmias that others have not seen on an EKG but does not rush into invasive procedures that may not be in your best interest. I can’t recommend him enough and willingly travel from upstate NY to see him."
"Highly professional, takes extra time for teaching. Never acts impatient or hurried. Very kind, compassionate, reassuring and caring. I feel extremely confident being in his care."
"Dr. Papageorgiou is a true professional. He listens attentively and is highly committed to his patients' health. He is patient, knowledgeable and pragmatic in his approach. He explains medical terms in clear, concise terminology and responds to each concern."
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Diagnosis and treatment for: heart rhythm disorders, cardiac arrhythmia