Rebecca (Becky) Epstein, M.D.
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About Rebecca (Becky) Epstein, M.D.
I am a general pediatric cardiologist specializing in congenital heart disease, fetal cardiology (diagnosing congenital heart disease while the baby is still in the womb), heart murmurs, pediatric chest pain, and various other clinical topics related to a child’s heart health. I chose to pursue pediatric cardiology because I recognize the stress and challenges that families can face while ensuring the health and safety of their child’s heart, and I love being a dedicated member of the team that can provide patience, compassion, and support during this journey. Caring for children’s hearts at all stages of development, especially during pivotal transitions, such as from fetus to newborn or from childhood to adolescence, brings me immense fulfillment. I am committed to providing the best care to my patients and their families, and look forward to providing the patients under my care with a more supported and healthier future.
Rebecca (Becky) Epstein M.D. is an assistant professor of clinical pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine and attending physician at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center where she practices pediatric cardiology.
Dr. Epstein received her M.D. from Albert Einstein College of Medicine where she graduated with AOA honors, and completed her pediatrics residency at Case Western Reserve University/University Hospital Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital where she served as chief pediatric resident. Dr. Epstein completed her fellowship in pediatric cardiology at NewYork- Presbyterian/Columbia where she served as chief pediatric cardiology fellow.
Dr. Epstein specializes in the evaluation and treatment of congenital heart disease, pediatric echocardiography, and fetal echocardiography, with a focus on transitions in a child’s life from fetus to newborn and from childhood to adolescence.
- 2023, Columbia University Pediatric Cardiology Non-Invasive Imaging Award (New York, NY)
- 2019, Case Western Reserve University Scholarship in Teaching Award (Cleveland, OH)
- 2019, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Carl Zeithaml Award- given to a resident who most demonstrates thoughtfulness, compassion, and unique ability to relate to children and families (Cleveland, OH)
- 2016, Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s Padow Award for Excellence in Pediatrics and Community (New York, NY)
M.D.Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University2016
Assistant Attending PediatricianNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Assistant Professor of Clinical PediatricsWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
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