Nandita Scott, M.D.

Physician Investigator (Cl)
Cardiovascular Research Center, Mass General Research Institute
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Cardiology, Massachusetts General Hospital
MD University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine 1994
balloon occlusion; cesarean section; chest pain; dyspnea; echocardiography transesophageal; graft occlusion vascular; heart septal defects atrial; heart valve prosthesis implantation; hot flashes; hypertension pregnancy-induced; menopause; mitral valve stenosis; pregnancy outcome; premature birth

Dr. Scott is a graduate of the University of Ottawa Medical School in Ontario, Canada. She held the positions of Chief Internal Medicine and Chief Cardiology Resident. She subsequently completed a fellowship in Echocardiography at Massachusetts General Hospital.

She worked on Cape Cod for several years and became involved with the American Heart Association to help found the first Go Red For Women Luncheon there. As a result she was awarded the American Heart Association Physician of the Year Award in 2005.

She joined the Cardiology Division at MGH in 2007 and is currently the Co-Director for the Corrigan Womans Heart Health Program.

Dr. Scott also helped establish the Cardiovascular Disease and Pregnancy Service at MGH and sees women who develop heart disease during pregnancy or pregnant women with pre-existing cardiac conditions. 

Publications Clinical Profile

Yawkey Center Outpatient Care
32 Fruit Street
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