Andrew Krumerman, MD
Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology at Northwell, Northern Westchester Hospital and a Professor of Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Andrew Krumerman, MD, is the Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology at Northwell, Northern Westchester Hospital and a Professor of Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Krumerman’s clinical focus has been ablation of complex atrial and ventricular arrhythmia. He was an early adopter of zero fluoroscopy catheter ablation.  He is credited with developing several successful CIED programs at Bronx area hospitals where cardiac resynchronization and conduction system pacing techniques are employed.

Dr. Krumerman received his Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1992 from the University of Michigan. He received his Doctor of Medicine in 1996 from the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv, Israel, and in 1999, he completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. In 2003, Dr. Krumerman completed a fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed his fellowship in Cardiac Electrophysiology at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University in 2004.

Dr. Krumerman is a founder of the Montefiore ECG Research Group. Through this forum, he has mentored medical students, residents and fellows interested in pursuing academic careers. His research focuses on disparities in health care, tools and techniques to minimize fluoroscopy during catheter ablation procedures and the development of artificial intelligence algorithms that improve health care delivery.  He is one of the developers of the Pacer ID application.

Dr. Krumerman has served as an investigator in multicenter NIH-sponsored trials such as the CABANA study and The Women’s Health Study. He has also collaborated with the Mayo Clinic’s ECG-AI research group to validate algorithms designed to detect early onset congestive heart failure. He has authored over 50 scientific papers and is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the Heart Rhythm Society.