With over twenty-five years of experience, Dr. Michael Sacher has developed an excellent reputation as a cardiologist serving Massapequa and Greater Long Island. Not only does Dr. Sacher have extensive training and experience, his warm interactions with patients and his careful manner are highly recommended by his community.
Dr. Sacher is fully-accredited to deliver specialized procedures like stress tests, echocardiograms, and vascular ultrasounds for the renal, carotid, and arterial systems. The doctor holds an impressive triple-board certification in internal medicine, cardiology, and nuclear medicine. His medical care is defined by his most important goal for visitors, which is comprehensive preventative medicine. He is known an insightful and thorough doctor, delivering careful and detail-oriented treatment for complex and sometimes hard-to-diagnose conditions.
Dr. Sacher began his education at Des Moines University for his MD, and he completed both his internship and residency at Winthrop Hospital. With the desire for more intensive training, Dr. Sacher finished his fellowship in cardiovascular disease at the New York Hospital of Queens in Flushing, NY. Dr. Sacher’s clinical interests and objectives include cardiac risk identification, management, and wellness. In addition to treating patients in a private practice setting, Dr. Sacher also currently holds staff roles at both St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn, and North Shore Plainview. He is an active member of professional associations including American Heart Association and American Society of Nuclear Cardiology. He is fluent in four languages to better meet patient need, including English, Spanish, Hebrew, and Farsi.
Medical School - Des Moines University
Winthrop-University Hospital, Residency in Internal Medicine
New York Hospital Queens, Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease
American Board of Internal Medicine
Cardiovascular Disease (Internal Medicine)
Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology
Awards and Publications
Sacher ML, Sacher HL, Landau SW, Dietrich KA. The Relative Influence of Left and Right Bundle Branch Block Upon Sensitivity and Specificity of First Pass Cineangiography. Submitted to JAOA 12/95
Sacher ML, Sacher HL, Landau SW, Dietrich KA. Unexpected Reversal of an Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy and the Urgent Need for Reevaluation of the Indicators of Survival. New York State Journal of Medicine. 1992. September 92 (9) 404-405.