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Conrad Jablonski, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Education

  • St. George’s University School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine
  • UMDNJ- New Jersey Medical School, Internship & Residency in Internal Medicine (ABIM Certified)
  • Indiana University School of Medicine, Fellowship in Sleep Medicine (ABIM Certified)
  • New York University School of Medicine, Fellowship in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine (ABIM Certified)
  • Ochsner Clinic Foundation, Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease (ABIM Certified)
  • Ochsner Clinic Foundation, Chief Fellow in Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Zucker School of Medicine At Hosftra/Northwell- Lenox Hill Hospital, Chief Fellow in Interventional Cardiology (ABIM Certified)

Past Academic Positions

  • Attending Physician- Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medicine Center; Indianapolis University School of Medicine (2010-2015)
  • Teaching Associate at Zucker School of Medicine At Hosftra/Northwell- Lenox Hill Hospital (2016-2017)

Additional Information

It is a privilege for Dr. Jablonski to care for people and be involved in their health. His goal is to be an advocate and partner on their journey in maximizing their cardiopulmonary well-being. He takes pride in offering individualized open-minded, effective care.

From people looking to establish care with a general cardiologist to those needing emergency stenting in the event of a heart attack, Dr. Jablonski’s practice is robust and offers general cardiovascular, interventional cardiology and endovascular surgical services.

His goal is that patients are people first and their journey will be taken together, safely, informatively, efficiently and effectively.

Dr. Jablonski’s clinical interests include: acute coronary syndromes (ACS), mechanical circulatory support devices, intracoronary imaging & hemodynamics, revascularization of chronic total occlusions, endovascular therapies for peripheral arteries disease, and optimizing dual antiplatelet therapy for coronary artery disease.

Conrad-Jablonski
Conrad Jablonski, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
conrad.jablonski@wsu.edu