- Assistant Professor of Medicine
- Coronary Artery Disease
- Heart Attack
- Coronary Interventions
- Transradial Catheterization
- Adult Congenital Heart Disease
- Congenital and Structural Heart Interventions
- Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
- Percutaneous Ventricular Assist Devices (artificial hearts)
- Friedrich-Alexander University School of Medicine Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
- Internal Medicine/Pediatrics - Yale University Bridgeport Hospital Program
- Cardiovascular Disease/Pediatric Cardiology - Johns Hopkins University
- Adult Congenital and Structural Interventional Cardiology - Toronto General Hospital/University of Toronto
- Interventional Cardiology - Toronto General Hospital/University of Toronto
- Interventional Interventional Cardiology - Tufts University Medical Center
- Internal Medicine
- Cardiovascular Medicine
Christian Nagy, MD is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Adult Cardiovascular disease, and Pediatric Cardiology. He’s a practicing cardiologist and an assistant professor at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Dr. Nagy attended medical school at the Friedrich-Alexander University School of Medicine Erlangen in Germany. Upon completion of a combined residency at Yale University and Bridgeport Hospital in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, where he also served as chief resident, he was the first fellow to complete dual training in Adult and Pediatric Cardiology at Johns Hopkins University. He then completed a two year fellowship in interventional cardiology at Toronto General Hospital, specializing in adult congenital, structural, and coronary interventions. He later finished a year of interventional cardiology training at Tufts Medical Center with a special focus on structural interventions and transcatheter aortic valve replacement. As a cardiology fellow he was able to foster his love for education, precepting medical students and educating residents and fellows.
Dr. Nagy is a published author with a particular interest in structural heart interventions. His love for cardiology and vast training leaves him open to many different treating modalities. Moreover, Dr. Nagy is interested in building long lasting relationships with his patients and hopes to foster clear communication and trust.
Dr. Nagy believes in lifelong learning and is a member of multiple cardiovascular societies.