Patrick M. Fratellone
MD RH (AHG) FIM
Executive Medical Director
- One of the few MD’s in the US who is also a registered herbalist.
- Maintains active hospital admitting privileges in three New York City hospitals.
- He has seen three generations of family members.
Dr. Fratellone completed his B.S. and B.A. in Biology and Humanities, respectively, at the State University of Stony Brook (New York) in 1982. He completed his medical training in London, where he broadened both his clinical and bedside skills. Dr. Fratellone finished his medical residency at Lenox Hill Hospital, in New York City, where he also pursued and completed his Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease in 1994. During his three-year fellowship, he trained at the Nicholas Institute Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and the Division of Congenital Heart Diseases at the University of California at Los Angeles.
Dr. Fratellone hosts an internet web program HouseCalls With Patrick Fratellone, MD and has hosted a variety of radio programs on WWRL,WOR, and WBAI.. He has also appeared on ABC’s “The View with Barbara Walters,” “ABC World News Night with Peter Jennings,” Fox News Channel and “Good Day New York,” as well as numerous radio talk shows. These include “The Frankie Boyer Show (WBIX in Boston and regionally syndicated to five other stations): “AWARE Talk Radio,” hosted by LaVeda Peterlin and distributed to more than 400 stations nationwide. Dr. Fratellone is a regular contributor to Radius Magazine, The Bottom Line, Instinct Magazine, Healthy Woman and is a Medical Adviser to Life Extension Magazine.
His interview with the BBC ten years ago has been re-released and edited to include his opinions on new dietary lifestyles as opposed to diet fads. He recently appeared on FOX FILES with Actress Jennifer Esposito discussing Celiac Disease. Dr. Fratellone also is a regular instructor for the Sylvan Institute of Botanical Medicine.
Dr. Fratellone is the author of You’re on the Air with Dr. Fratellone–Answers to Questions Most Frequently Asked About Vitamins and Supplements for the Heart (to order, go to www.rpgassoc.com) as well as numerous articles on congenital heart disease published in medical journals such as Chest, American Heart Journal and Catherization Review
Dr. Fratellone is an attending physician at St. Luke’s Hospital, Roosevelt Hospital and Beth Israel Hospital in New York City. Dr. Fratellone is the only integrative physician in New York City with active hospital admitting privileges at three city hospitals. He is a member of the American College of Cardiology and the American College of Physicians.