Faculty ProfilesGary Milechman, MD
1 Daniel Burnham Ct, Ste 260C
San Francisco, CA 94109
Dr. Gary Milechman is a Clinical Professor in the Division of Cardiology at UCSF. He practices full time at the UCSF Golden Gate Practice at 1 Daniel Burnham Court in San Francisco. He graduated from the Bronx High School of Science, went to City College of NY where he got a B.A. in Biology and a B.A. in Chemistry, then went to Medical School at the State University of NY at Stonybrook. He completed his Medical Internship and Residency, and Cardiology Fellowship at UCSF/Mt. Zion.
Dr. Gary Milechman loves to take care of patients, and he loves to teach Medical Students, Medicine Residents, and Cardiology Fellows. He is Board Certified in Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, and Heart Rhythm Device Management. Dr. Milechman has won many Teaching Awards over his distinguished career at Mt. Zion, CPMC, and UCSF. He feels that educating his patients about their cardiovascular and general health issues will lead to better compliance and better outcomes.
Cardiac Catheterization and Interventional Cardiology, Clinical Cardiology, Heart Rhythm Issues, Implantation and Evaluation of Pacemakers and ICD's, Lipid Management, Physical Exam Expertise, Preventive Cardiology, Teaching and Mentoring of Residents and FellowsAwards and Honors
"Teacher of the Year", Dept. of Card., CPMC, 2014-2015
"Teacher of the Year", Dept. of Med, CPMC, 2012-2013
"Teacher of the Year", Dept. of Med., CPMC, 2008-2009
Teaching Excellence in Cardiology, CPMC, 2003-2004
“Teacher of the Year” Award, CPMC, 2001-2002
Outstanding Teacher Award, Mt. Zion/UCSF Medical Center, 1997-1998
Outstanding Teacher Award, Mt. Zion/UCSF Medical Center, 1994-1995
Outstanding Teacher Award, Mt. Zion/UCSF Medical Center, 1993-1994
Outstanding Clinical Instructor, UCSF, 1987-1988
Outstanding Teacher, Dept. of Med., Mt. Zion Hospital and MC, 1987-1988
Recent Articles (3)
Chou TM, Chair KM, Jim MH, Boncutter A, Milechman G. Acute occlusion of left internal mammary artery graft during dual-chamber pacemaker implantation. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2000 Sep; 51(1):65-8.