Juan A. Terré, MD is an attending physician at the Montefiore-Einstein Center for Heart and Vascular Care. Dr. Terré is also an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and collaborates at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Global Health Center as an affiliated faculty.
Dr. Terré was born in Argentina, where he attended Universidad Nacional de Rosario and earned his medical degree. Dr. Terré underwent Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease training in the prestigious HPC followed by his Interventional Cardiology fellowship in Instituto Cardiovascular Atlántico, both in Mar del Plata,BA, Argentina. Subsequently, he joined The Mount Sinai Hospital/ Ichan School of Medicine for specialized training in Complex Coronary, Peripheral and Structural Heart Disease interventions. Afterwards, Dr. Terré joined the New York Presbyterian/ Columbia University Medical Center, where he first served as a fellow in the Strutural Heart and Valve Center and lately as an Instructor in Medicine and Associate Research Scientist. Dr. Terré's interests focuses on imaging predictors of outcomes in transcatheter structural heart interventions, outcomes in patients with chronic renal insufficiency and alternative innovative ways of treating patients with multiple valve disease and adult congenital heart disease.
Dr. Terré has a broad experience as an outpatient and inpatient cardiologist, specially focused in the management of coronary artery disease and valvular heart disease. As an interventional cardiologist, Dr. Terré underwent more than 4 years of formal interventional cardiology training, focused mainly on acute coronary syndromes, complex coronary interventions in high risk patients (3 V CAD, Low ejection fraction, CTO and LV support devices) and Transcatheter minimally invasive interventions for acquired (TAVR, TMVR, TTVR, PVL Closure), congenital heart disease (TTVR,TPVR, ASD Closure, VSD Closure) and stroke prevention interventions (PFO/LAAO).
Dr. Terré is fluent and able to deliver care independently in English, Spanish and Italian. He is focused in bringing cutting edge cardiovascular care to an underserved community in NY, working on early prevention and treatment of heart and vascular disease.