Rebecca Scandrett, MD
Office and Contact Information
Franklin Medical Group Cardiology
- Main: 203-709-7300
- Fax: 203-709-4501
About Dr. Scandrett
Dr. Rebecca Scandrett is an interventional cardiologist practicing at Saint Mary's Hospital and also at the Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center on West Main Street in Waterbury.
She received her medical degree from New Jersey Medical School, completed her residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and her fellowhip in Clinical Cardiology at Yale University School of Medicine. She also completed advanced fellowships in non-invasive cardiology and interventional cardiology at Yale University School of Medicine.
Graduate: UMDNJ, N.J. Medical School
Undergraduate: Williams College
Residency: NY Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia
Fellowship: Yale-New Haven Hospital
Clinical Areas of Interest
Meet Dr. Scandrett
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