Dr. Stephen Teich
Stephen Teich is a graduate of SUNY Downstate Medical Center and completed his residency in internal medicine at St. Vincent’ Hospital in Manhattan. Dr. Teich also completed a cardiology fellowship at the Georgetown University/Washington DC VA medical program.
He spent 33 years as a private practitioner in adult cardiology at the Abington-Jefferson Hospital in Abington, Pennsylvania, and has served as Director of Visiting Student Education in Cardiology on behalf of several medical institutions in the Philadelphia area including Temple, Thomas Jefferson, Drexel, and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Teich was awarded with Temple University’s Blockley-Osler Award for Excellence in Teaching and Abington Hospital’s Golden Apple Award. He was named in Philadelphia Magazine’s “Top Doctors” issue in recognition of his care of the geriatric population and in 2017, he authored “Stephen’s Manual of EKG Interpretation.” Dr. Teich has recently left retirement and entered the field of addiction medicine because of his desire to join the therapeutic community in the face of the ongoing epidemic of substance abuse.
Dr. Teich spent a year at Caron Treatment Center in Wernersville, PA, as a fellow in addiction medicine and received board certification in that field in 2019, adding to his certifications in internal medicine and cardiology.