NYU Langone Medical Associates—Chelsea, formerly known as New York Cardiovascular Associates, has been a mainstay of the Chelsea community for more than a decade. From our roots as an internal medicine and cardiology practice at St. Vincent’s Hospital in the 1980s, our practice has grown to encompass specialties such as interventional cardiology, vascular, pulmonary, and primary care, and sleep medicine.

We offer complete services—including disease prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment—to our patients in a single, convenient setting. At NYU Langone Medical Associates—Chelsea, our patients receive the care they need from multiple specialists without the need to travel between different doctors’ offices. Our experts work together under one roof, each offering expertise in their unique area to best benefit your overall health.

Dr. Manuel Morlote with Staff Member Dolores Lind

Dr. Manuel Morlote with staff member Dolores Lind.

Conditions we treat in adults include:

Our doctors also offer comprehensive cardiovascular care; alcohol and drug abuse treatment; smoking cessation; weight loss and weight management services; and immunizations and other primary care services. We also offer pediatric allergy and pediatric cardiology care.

We invite you to join us for one of our educational health forums, during which our experts discuss the basics of various vein and arterial diseases, and the most advanced treatment opportunities available. We also offer open houses, where we encourage you to meet our physicians and staff, inquire about cardiovascular conditions, treatment, and surgery, and tour our medical suite.

Our 40,000-square foot space also includes an onsite laboratory and an in-house sleep lab, where our sleep medicine specialists diagnose and treat a variety of sleep disorders.

Our Location

NYU Langone Medical Associates—Chelsea

160 West 26th Street, 2nd and 3rd Floors, New York, NY, 10001

Additional Information


Free Wi-Fi is available to patients and visitors.

Interpreter Services

Our staff members are available to communicate with patients and their families in Spanish and Korean.

Refer a Patient

If you are a physician who would like to refer a patient, please call 646-660-9999.