Dr. Stephanie Moore
Dr. Moore attended The Ohio State University and earned degree in Pharmacy. She is a graduate of UC Medical College where she also completed her residency in internal medicine. She completed her cardiology fellowship at the University of Utah, including one year sub-specialty training in heart failure/ transplantation and mechanical circulatory support. She was the Associate Director of the Utah Cardiac Transplant program for 4 years prior to relocating to Boston.
She is an Assistant in Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital as well as an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Moore has an active involvement in both the heart failure/ transplantation and ventricular support services at Mass General. She is a board member for Boston American Heart Association and is Co-Chair for the Circle of Red, a passionate group of women that support the fight against heart disease. She is active in multiple national and international societies, board certified in both Internal Medicine and Cardiology. She also is the Medical director for the Cardiac Connected Care Program at Mass General and Assistant Medical Director for Quality Care for the Physicians Organization. Dr. Moore serves as the program coordinator for heart failure education for the Cardiology Fellowship Program.