David A. Brogno—MD, FACC

“It’s important to me to bring a high level of cardiac care to Rockland County, particularly the use of catheter-based treatments. These minimally-invasive procedures minimize the scars, pain, and recovery time, and have become the ‘gold standard’ in the treatment of heart disease.” – David A. Brogno—MD, FACC

David A. Brogno—MD, FACC

Originally from the Midwest, Dr. Brogno attended the University of Michigan for both his undergraduate and medical school education, graduating with a doctor of medicine (MD) degree in 1983. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Roosevelt Hospital in New York City, where he earned the Best Teacher award and was selected to be the chief medical resident.

After completing his fellowship in cardiology at St. Luke’s Hospital in New York, Dr. Brogno performed an additional fellowship in interventional cardiology, participating in key research studies such as the coronary artery surgery study, the CAPTIN trial, and the SHOCK trial. He published articles about his research in prestigious medical journals including the Journal of the American College of Cardiology and the New England Journal of Medicine.

In 1991, Dr. Brogno joined the practice, when it was the Ramapo Cardiology Associates, as an interventional cardiologist. During his 20 years of practice in Rockland County, Dr. Brogno has been instrumental in improving cardiac care for area residents. He spearheaded the drive to bring advanced cardiac services, such as angioplasty and cardiac surgery, to the county and was the initial chief of the cardiac catheterization lab and interventional director of the Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern. In appreciation of his service, he was honored by Good Samaritan Hospital with the 2008 Sister Joseph Rita Award for Outstanding Care.

Dr. Brogno is an assistant professor of clinical medicine at Columbia University and an attending physician in interventional cardiology at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. In addition, he is the chief of cardiology at Nyack Hospital (a Columbia affiliate) and an attending physician in cardiology at both Good Samaritan Hospital and The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ.

He lives with his wife Nancy and their two daughters in Nyack, where they have resided for the last 20 years.


  • Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine — Internal Medicine
  • Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine — Cardiovascular Disease
  • Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine — Interventional Cardiology
  • Licensed to practice medicine in New York and New Jersey


  • American College of Physicians
  • American Medical Association
  • American Society of Internal Medicine
  • Fellow, American College of Cardiology
  • Society for Coronary Angiography & Intervention