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Sabrina Islam, MD, MPH

Sabrina Islam
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Specialties

Cardiology (General), Cardiovascular Imaging

4.9
35 Patient Satisfaction Ratings
About Me
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Office Locations

Temple Heart & Vascular Institute

Temple University Hospital – Main Campus

3509 N. Broad Street

Boyer Pavilion, 4th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19140

800-TEMPLE-MED

Publications
Selected Publications

Cai, A, Islam S, Hankins S, Fischer W, Eisen H. Mechanical support devices in heart failure. A comprehensive review. Journal of Transplant. (Ahead of print 2017). 

Islam S, Patel C, Anusionwu O, Ledley G. Implantation of a CardioMEMS heart failure system in dextro-Transposition of the great vessels. Drexel Med Journal. 2016 Spring:10 (1): 60-1.

Hoosain J, Islam S, Liu L, Eisen H. Risk factors in patients with heart failure. Drexel Med Journal. 2015 Spring; 9(1): 6-7. 

Aktar S, Islam S, Chokshi P, Bastien C, Naggar I, Kamran H, Stewart M, Salciccioli L, Lazar J. Characterization of cardiac time intervals in real time assessment of left ventricular function and ventricular-arterial coupling in humans using an electronic stethoscope. Journal of Clinical Hypertension. 2012 May; 14(Supplement 1): 193. 

Pena JR, Lopez MA, Islam S, Weksler B, Szabo P, Molina K, Poveda JM. Titers of circulating antibodies to the heat shock protein 60 (anti-hsp60) increase in women in response to stressful life situations. Psychosomatic Medicine. 2011 Apr; 70(3): A96. 

Pena JR, Quintini AM, Islam S, Weksler B, Yelamo CA, Pina N, Romero EA, Poveda J. Titers of circulating antibodies to the heat shock protein 60 (anti-hsp60) increase in response to surgery after bone trauma, independent of psychosocial stress or gender. Psychosomatic Medicine. 2010 Apr; 72(3): A64. 

Pena JR, Quintini AM, Islam S, Weksler B, Poveda J. Integral approach of coronary artery disease with reference to circulating antibodies to hsp60. Psychosomatic Medicine. 2009 Apr; 71(3): A62. 

Pena JR, Quintini AM, Islam S, Weksler B. Psycho-existential factors in patients with coronary artery disease with reference to circulating antibodies to hsp60. Psychosomatic Medicine. 2008 Apr; 70(3): A78. 

Ratings & Reviews

35 Patient Satisfaction Reviews

Our Patient Satisfaction Rating is an average of all responses to care provider related questions from our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Learn more about Patient Satisfaction Rating.

Overall Rating

4.90 / 5.0

Ratings Breakdown

4.8
Give easy to understand instruction
4.9
Provider expl in way you understand
4.9
Provider listen carefully to you
4.9
Show respect for what you say
4.8
Spend enough time with you
Patient Comments
5.0
June 1, 2022

Nice on time. Love the doc & help. Great staff.

5.0
May 3, 2022

Every time I go there everyone is cheerful and friendly.

5.0
April 22, 2022

Doctor Islam is very capable and thorough.

5.0
April 8, 2022

During this visit I was made to feel important and that my health mattered.

5.0
April 7, 2022

My experience was very good, since I received a lot of attention.

5.0
April 5, 2022

It was my first time going to Temple Cardiolgy department and I am very glad that I did. They were quick, respectful, and caring and the doctor spent a long time with me. Good job Temple Physicians, clercks, nurses and recepyionists. Thank you.

5.0
March 16, 2022

Dr. Islam and the support staff are always courteous a, respectful, and professional. She and the staff are always attentive to my medical needs.

5.0
September 16, 2021

Dr. Islam and staff are always attentive to my medical needs. Her and her staff are thoroughly professional.

5.0
June 7, 2021

My experience was very good!!

5.0
April 15, 2021

Dr. Islam is a very compassionate and caring person. She listens to me.