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Hanna Z. Mieszczanska, M.D.

Hanna Z. Mieszczanska, M.D.

Mental Health and Wellness, Cardiology

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2400 South Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14618

Paul N. Yu Heart Center

601 Elmwood Avenue, Ground Floor
Rochester, NY 14626

About Me

Dr. Mieszczanska is the Director of the Women's Heart Center and cares for patients with general cardiovascular diseases including angina, heart failure and arrhythmias. She is board certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease.

Professional Background

Dr. Mieszczanska received her medical degree from the Warsaw University School of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine residency at Stony Brook University and her cardiology fellowship at Winthrop University. She joined the faculty in 2002.

Certified Specialties

Cardiovascular Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine

Faculty Appointments

Associate Professor - Department of Medicine, Cardiology (SMD)

Associate Professor - Department of Psychiatry (SMD) - Joint


Residency & Fellowship

Fellowship, Cardiology, NYU Langone Hospital - Long Island. 1999 - 2002

Residency, Internal Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook. 1996 - 1999


MD | Medical University of Warsaw (Poland). 1992


Granted one month student elective clerkship. 1998

Deans Merit Scholarship for Academic Achievement. 1991 - 1991

Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.


Journal Articles

H. Mieszczanska, N. Kaba, C. Francis.

Pioglitazone Favorably Affects Fasting Levels of

The Current Status of Coronary Revascularization in Patients on Chronic Dialysis

H. Mieszczanska; R. Steingart.

Cardiovascular Reviews & Reports. 2005; 22(6): 376-382.

"Why Drug Reimportation of Canadian Pharmaceuticals is a Concern"

H. Mieszczanska, B. Berk.

Today in Cardiology. 2005; 8(6): 4-5.

Cardiovascular manifestations of sepsis

H. Mieszczanska, J. Lazar, BA. Cunha.

Infectious Disease Practice. 2003; 27(2): 183-186.

Native Aortic Valve Enterococcal Endocarditis with Paravalvular Abscess

H. Mieszczanska, A. Janicka, B. Cunha.

Heart & Lung. 2003; 32(4): 272-274.

Cholesterol emboli mimicking acute bacterial endocarditis.

Mieszczanska H, Lazar J, Marzo KP, Cunha BA

Heart & lung : the journal of critical care.. 2002 31 (6):452-4. Epub 1900 01 01.

Initial clinical experience with implantable loop recorders.

Mieszczanska H, Ibrahim B, Cohen TJ

The Journal of invasive cardiology.. 2001 December 13 (12):802-4. Epub 1900 01 01.

Clinical microbiological case: large endocardial vegetation in an Italian woman.

H. Mieszczanska, B. Cunha, E.Schoch.

Clinical Microbiology and Infection. 2001; 7(12): 693-696.

Giant LV Myxoma

D. Char; H. Mieszczanska; R. George; I. Krukencamp.

Contemporary Surgery. 1998; 21(7): 321-323.

"Gender-Related Differences in Electrocardiographic Parameters and Their Association With Cardiac Events in Patients After Myocardial Infarction".

H. Mieszczanska, G. Pietrasik , K. Piotrowicz , S. McNitt , A. Moss , W. Zareba.

The American Journal of Cardiology,. 101(1): 20-24.


Cardiology Consult Manual (2018)

Authors: Mieszczanska, Hanna Z., Budzikowski, Adam S. (Eds.)

Publisher: Springer 2018

Ratings & Reviews

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