Richard I. Blum, MD

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Dr. Richard Blum graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1978. He completed his Internship at Georgetown University Medical Center. At the Boston Medical Center (formerly known as the Boston City Hospital), he finished his residency in Internal Medicine followed by a fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease. In addition, Dr. Blum finished a fellowship at the Harvard School of Public Health in Cardiovascular Disease.

Dr. Blum provides specialized care for the heart and cardiovascular system. He is certified under the American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology. He is currently welcoming new patients.

Areas of focus

Languages Spoken

  • › English

Board certifications

  • › American Board of Internal Medicine, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology - 1994
  • › American Board of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease - 1983
  • › American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine - 1981

Hospital affiliations

Education

  • › Harvard School of Public Health, Cardiovascular Disease, Fellowship - 1984
  • › Boston Medical Center (Formerly Boston City Hospital), Cardiovascular Disease, Fellowship - 1983
  • › Boston Medical Center (Formerly Boston City Hospital), Internal Medicine, Residency - 1981
  • › Georgetown University Medical Center, Internship - 1979
  • › Harvard Medical School – 1978

Memberships & associations

  • › American College of Cardiology
  • › Biomedical Ethics Committee
  • › Graduate Medical Education Committee
  • › Heart Rhythm Society

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