Jeff Hsing, MD

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Jeff Hsing, MD

Personal Biography:

A Northwest native, Dr. Hsing attained a bachelor’s degree and medical degree from the University of Washington, and a master’s degree at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

He completed residency training in internal medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, and fellowships in cardiology and electrophysiology at Stanford University and Harvard University-Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology and electrophysiology.

Dr. Hsing entered the field of electrophysiology after working in biomedical and electrical engineering.

Dr. Hsing, his wife Susan, son Nolan and dog Preston enjoy many outdoor activities, from hiking and bicycling to skiing.

Medical Education and Training:

Bachelor's degree: University of Washington
Master's degree: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Medical degree: University of Washington
Residency: Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Cardiology fellowship: Stanford University
Electrophysiology fellowship: Harvard University-Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Board certification: Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology



  • Cardiology
    Cardiology is a medical specialty dealing with disorders of the heart. The field includes diagnosis and treatment of cardiac birth defects, coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease and arrhythmias. Physicians specializing in this field of medicine are called cardiologists.
  • Electrophysiology
    Electrophysiology is a sub-specialty of cardiology focusing on diagnosis and treatment of abnormalities in the electrical impulses of the heart. Electrophysiology includes catheter studies of heart activity and the heart's responses to programmed electrical stimulation. These studies help physicians assess complex heart rhythms, clarify symptoms, design treatment and assess risk of developing arrhythmias in the future. Electrophysiology treatments include radiofrequency ablation, antiarrhythmic drug therapy and implantation of pacemakers and automatic implantable cardioverter-defibrillators. Physicians specializing in this field are called electrophysiologists.