Yonatan Buber, MD
An expert in the fields of congenital heart diseases, pulmonary hypertension, interventional catheterization for congenital heart defects and general Cardiology.
Dr. Buber is a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences At the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Between the years 2005-2012 Dr Buber served as an Internal medicine resident and Cardiology fellow and chief fellow at the Chaim Sheba medical center, Tel Hashomer,
Between the years 2012-2014 he served as a senior clinical fellow at the Boston Adult
Congenital Heart Disease and Pulmonary Hypertension program at Boston Children’s Hospital
and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, both affiliated to the Harvard university Medical School.
During his senior fellowship Dr. Buber was a visiting senior clinical fellow at the advanced heart disease, ventricular assist devices and cardiac transplant program at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and at the division of pediatric electrophysiology at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Between the years 2014-2015, Dr Buber was trained at interventional congenital
Cardiology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the Ohio state Medical Center under the
supervision of Prof. John Cheatham.
Upon Dr. Buber’s return to Israel, he founded and currently serves as the director of the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Service at the Leviev Heart Center at Tel Hashomer Medical Center.
Dr Buber lectures at the Tel Aviv University. He authored over 30 scientific papers in top-rated medical journals as well as textbook chapters in the fields of adult congenital heart disease and pulmonary hypertension.
Dr Buber also serves as a committee member at the Israel Adult Congenital Heart Association, the International Society of Adult Congenital Heart Disease, the American Congenital Heart Association and the American college of cardiology- Adult Congenital Heart Disease chapter.