Dr. Pablo Codner

Invasive Cardiology-Based Heart Valve Intervention at Columbia University Medical Center, July 2015-July 2017

Dr. Codner is a Cardiology fellow from Rabin Medical Center where he is under the guidance and supervision of the renowned Chairman of Cardiology, Professor. Ran Kornowski. Pablo was born in Argentina and was raised in a small Jewish community in Mendoza. Pablo attended medical school at the public university and at the age of 27, he made “Aliyah” to Israel. During his first years in Israel, he served the Israeli Defense Forces as a medical officer. He is married to Carolina, a skilled veterinarian and mother of his three beautiful daughters: Noa, Emma, and Adi. They currently live in near Netanya in Central Israel.

Dr. Codner joined Rabin Medical Center in 2007 as an internal medicine fellow and he has been a resident in Cardiology since 2011. For the past few years he has been coordinating a dedicated outpatient clinic specialized in the selection and follow up of patient before, during, and after Transcutaneous Aortic Valve Replacement, a novel treatment technology which has saved the life of thousands of persons in Israel and in the world.

Thanks to the generosity of the American Friends of Rabin Medical Center, Dr. Codner participated in a short observership program at the prestigious Heart-Valve Center of the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York. This program together with the unconditional support of his mentor, Professor. Kornowski allowed him to be accepted for a highly competitive interventional cardiology fellowship program at this program. Professor Kornowski proudly stated, “As the chairman of the Cardiology Department at Rabin, I would like to assure you that this award will be well served and Pablo is about to obtain outstanding training in one of the best cardiology institutions in the world.” Dr. Codner’s program will start June 2015. Pablo is convinced that this program will give him the skills and knowledge to provide the best possible care to his patients at the Rabin Medical Center, upon his return to Israel.

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