Jacqueline Tamis-Holland


Jacqueline Tamis-Holland, MD

Mount Sinai Morningside

Interventional Cardiologist and Program Director, Cardiology Fellowship Mount Sinai Morningside

Dr. Jacqueline Tamis-Holland is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and Director of the Mount Sinai Morningside-Bronx Care Cardiology Fellowship Training Program. A graduate of NYU School of Medicine, Dr. Tamis-Holland completed her Internal Medicine training at NYU School of Medicine and her Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology Fellowship training at Saint Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center and Columbia University. Dr. Tamis-Holland is a member of the ACC-AHA’s Joint Committee for Clinical Practice Guidelines and a member of the NYS Cardiac Advisory Committee. She is Vice Chair of the writing committee for the ACC-AHA Guidelines for Coronary Revascularization and on the editorial board for Circulation Cardiovascular Intervention. Dr Tamis Holland was on the rating panel for the 2016 AUC for Coronary Revascularization in ACS and the 2017 AUC for SIHD as well as the 2021 AUC for Multimodality Imaging in CAD. Dr Tamis-Holland’s clinical and research interests focus on the treatment of patients with Acute ST Elevation Infarction. She is co-author of the 2013 ACC-AHA’s Guidelines for STEMI and the 2015 Focused Update for PCI in STEMI. She also worked on the executive committee for the Mission Lifeline STEMI Accelerator Program in NYC focusing on improving systems of care for patients in NYC. Dr Tamis Holland is a devoted teacher, educator and volunteer. She is the proud recipient of the “Michael Lesch Teaching Award in Cardiology”, as well as the AHA’s “Luminary with Heart” award and the AHA’s “Heart of Our Mission” award.

New York, NY, United States

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