Fratellone Medical Associates

Fratellone Medical Associates

“I entered a noble profession, made so by the efforts of my parents and my commitment to healing. I have followed generations of men and women who unselfishly sought to do their best for mankind. Much has been done in conventional medicine. More than twenty years ago a new door was opened – the field of integrative medicine. The possibilities in helping mankind are endless. Never has the outlook for the combination of conventional and integrative medicine been better, thus making treatment options endless.

- Patrick M. Fratellone MD RH (AHG) FIM FACC

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Welcome to Fratellone Medical Associates

Headed by Executive Medical Director Patrick Fratellone, MD RH (AHG), Fratellone Medical Associates is a collaboration of health care practitioners dedicated to integrating the highest standards of conventional, complementary and alternative medicine.

“Dr. Fratellone may well be
one of the most outstanding complementary cardiologists
in the nation.”

- Robert Atkins, MD

Our mission is to provide a personalized and individualized approach to your total health and well being. One of the few integrative cardiologists in the United States, Dr. Fratellone has completed a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine from the University of Arizona, under the leadership of the renowned Andrew Weil, MD. Dr. Fratellone is credentialed to provide the most effective and aggressive approaches to integrative medicine not only in the field of cardiology, but in internal medicine and infectious disease as well.

Our guiding philosophy is an individualized treatment approach that results from nurturing the intrinsic healing of the whole person. We truly believe that mind, spirit and body are connected, thereby impacting each individual’s health.

Dr. Fratellone is more than a conventional cardiologist. His interest in Herbal Medicine has allowed him to pursue extended training at The Northeast School of Botanical Medicine,coursework through the Southwest School of Naturopathic Medicine and American Herbal Guild.  Dr. Fratellone is a Registered Herbalist of the American Herbal Guild, one of the few medical doctors in the United States with this rare distinction.

Dr. Fratellone is the only integrative physician in New York with active admitting privileges at three (3) prestigious New York City Hospitals including Roosevelt, St. Luke’s and Beth Israel Hospitals.

Dr. Fratellone is licensed to practice medicine in New York and Connecticut.

 

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