Dr. Ganem was
raised in Westchester County and graduated cum laude from the
University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Ganem received her medical degree from New
York Medical College in Valhalla, at which time she was admitted into the
Alpha Omega Alpha honor society.
She did her internship and
residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center where she also served as chief
medical resident in internal medicine. During her training, she received
research awards, wrote textbook chapters, and presented abstract publications
at national conferences. She completed her cardiology fellowship at North Shore
University Hospital/Long Island Jewish Health System. In her final year, she
served as chief fellow within the cardiology fellowship program.
Ganem has a particular interest in cardiovascular disease in women as well as
non-invasive imaging, including 64-slice cardiac CT-angiography. She is a
member of the American College of Cardiology, American Society of
Echocardiography and the American Medical Association. She is affiliated with
White Plains Hospital and Greenwich Hospital. Her board certifications include
internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, echocardiography, nuclear cardiology
and cardiac CT angiography.
Dr. Ganem is fluent in French and conversant