Top cardiologists make $3 million a year

Top New York City Interventional Cardiologists Now Making $3 Million a Year

There’s no recession for top interventional cardiologists in New York City. Mt. Sinai’s Samin Sharma and New York-Presbyterian’s Jeffrey Moses now make at least $3 million a year, Sharma told CardioBrief.

Sharma will make his money staying in one place at Mt. Sinai. Moses, however, will have to travel between New York-Presbyterian’s uptown (Columbia University Medical Center) and east side (Weill Cornell Medical Center) medical centers. New York-Presbyterian announced on Friday that Moses will now play an expanded role at New York-Presbyterian, serving as the director of interventional cardiology at both centers. Moses was previously located at the Columbia University site.

More power to them, and all that.


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Steve Parker, M.D. says January 25, 2013

The football coach at U. of Alabama earns $5 million/year and got at $250,000 bonus just for beating Notre Dame. Last I heard, he hasn’t saved any lives.

No criticism, I’m just sayin’.


Anonymous says January 27, 2013

Heh, don’t ask the people of Alabama whether saving lives is more important than winning football games.

Appreciative Reader says January 28, 2013

Mr. Mangan,

What do you find to be significant about this information?


An appreciative reader

    Mangan says January 28, 2013

    I just like it when genuine talent, smarts, hard work, and determination in a field that benefits humanity is rewarded, in a world in which cheating and connections seem ever more important.

AllanF says January 29, 2013

Seems like an ink blot post. 😉

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