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Dr. Paul Chai, MD

Dr. Paul Chai, MD

Age 52 Cardiothoracic Surgery M

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Dr. Paul Chai, MD is a cardiothoracic surgery specialist in New York, NY. Dr. Chai completed a residency at Duke University Medical Center. He currently practices at Weill Cornell Medicine's Cardiothoracic Surgery and is affiliated with Bayfront Health Saint Petersburg. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Chai is board certified in Thoracic Cardiovascular Surgery.

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  1. Weill Cornell Medicine's Cardiothoracic Surgery

    1. 1
      Cardiothoracic Surgery
      525 E 68th St # F677, New York, NY 10065 Existing Patients: (212) 746-5014
  1. Morgan Stanely Children's Hospital of NewYork-Prebyterian

    1. 2
      Morgan Stanely Children's Hospital of NewYork-Prebyterian
      3959 Broadway # 275, New York, NY 10032 Existing Patients: (212) 305-5975


  • Univ Of Mich-Cs Mott Children's Hosp, Fellowship Hospital — 2009
  • Duke University Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 2001
  • Duke University Medical Center, Internship Hospital — 1995
  • Duke University School Of Medicine, Medical School — 1994

Insurance Accepted

  • Aetna
  • Affinity Health Plan
  • Amida Care
  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
  • Capital District Physician's Health Plan (CDPHP)
  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Connecticare
  • EmblemHealth
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Fidelis Care
  • HealthFirst
  • HealthPlus
  • Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
  • MagnaCare
  • MultiPlan
  • Oxford Health Plans
  • POMCO Group
  • UnitedHealthCare
  • VNS Choice
  • Vytra Health Plans

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I just want to say thank you to Dr. Chai. A random case of bronchitis 3 says before my scheduled surgery with another MD almost 14 years ago, led me into the hands of Dr. Chai. I am now 33 years old and am told I am the healthiest TGA patient on caseload.. this would not be possible without his successful surgery to repair my aortic coractation. I am thankful for his knowledge, patience, expertise and passion to help others. Because of him I get to do the same for others as a PT:)
Jen in Tampa, FL — Feb 03, 2019
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Hospital Affiliations

  • Bayfront Health Saint Petersburg
  • NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
  • NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
  • NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
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