Marko Yakovlevitch, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.C., is a clinical cardiologist. Dr. Yakovlevitch's scope of practice ranges from noninvasive detection and prevention to sophisticated management of complex, advanced heart disease. He is medical director of Summit Cardiology at Northwest Hospital & Medical Center, Seattle.
Dr. Yakovlevitch earned his medical degree from Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. He completed his cardiology fellowship training at the University of Washington, Seattle. He is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and nuclear cardiology.
Dr. Yakovlevitch is a UW clinical assistant professor and Northwest Hospital/Summit Cardiology Training Site Director for the UW Cardiology Fellowship Program and the UW Family Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Yakovlevitch's clinical practice is guided by the belief that medical care can best improve a person's health and well-being when state-of-the-art knowledge and technology are combined with personalized care built on compassion.
|Yale Univ. School of Medicine||Medical education||1990|
|UW - Division of General Internal Medicine||Internship|
|UW - Division of General Internal Medicine||Residency|
|UW - Division of Cardiology||Fellowship|
|MD||Yale University School of Medicine||1990|
|American Board of Internal Medicine||Cardiovascular Disease||1997|
|Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology||Nuclear Cardiology||2000|