Jacqueline Eubany, MD

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

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Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Cardiovascular Disease

438 East Katella Avenue, Orange, CA 92867, USA

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Dr Jacqueline Eubany is a board certified cardiologist and electrophysiologist, who is currently practicing medicine in Orange County, California. She attended the University of California Riverside for her undergraduate studies, and Boston University for medical school. She joined the United States Navy after medical school and completed most of her medical training in the US Navy. While working as a physician in the US Navy, her clinic was responsible for the healthcare of Active Duty Military, including wounded war veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and members of congress. She served in the United States Navy for twelve years. She was inducted as a fellow in the prestigious American College of Cardiology, and in the Heart Rhythm Society. She is an active member in other distinguished societies, and has served on several advisory boards related to heart disease. She has been invited to be the guest speaker for several heart health events because she has a major interest in women’s heart health. Dr. Eubany has visited over 50 countries, and enjoys scuba diving, horseback riding, biking and reading about world history.

Education

  • MD: Boston University School of Medicine

  • Internship: Naval Medical Center San Diego (Internal Medicine)

  • Residency: Naval Medical Center San Diego (Internal Medicine)

  • Fellowship: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (Cardiovascular Disease)

  • Fellowship: George Washington University (Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

  • Cardiovascular DiseaseAmerican Board of Internal Medicine

  • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

  • LATEST ACTIVITY
  • VIDEOS
  • ARTICLES
  • APP REVIEWS
  • BLOG
  • PODCASTS

Videos

Women’s Heart Health

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

3 months ago

Blog

Is there such a thing as healthy fats?

All our lives we have been taught that fats are bad for your health. It makes you gain weight, and it is bad for your heart. We find ourselves looking at the nutritional content of...

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

4 months ago

Blog

Women and Heart Disease: The Real Story

Heart disease remains the number 1 killer of women in the United States. It kills more women than breast and lung cancer combined. Every 80 seconds a woman dies from cardiovascular disease. Few women are...

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I was honored to appear on Doctorpedia's COVID-19 Webcast to discuss the complexities of race in today’s healthcare world alongside Dr. Khama Ennis. You can watch the entire video here:

Videos

COVID-19 Webcast: Combatting Healthcare Disparities w/ Dr. Jackie Eubany & Dr. Khama Ennis

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ASCVD Risk Estimator Plus

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

August 4, 9:09PM

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4.5

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Overall Comment

What is so great about this app is that it can give you your risk for heart disease, and it can also tell you about some therapies and the potential risk reduction impact of the therapies. It also has an advice section where it makes suggestions on how you can lower your heart disease risk. It is easy to use. It requires information like your cholesterol level, your blood pressure, and other factors. It is generally used by physicians to calculate patients' risk factors but patients can also use it themselves to be more proactive in their cardiovascular care.

Pros

It allows patients to be more proactive about their health care. When patients understand why they are doing certain preventative measures, I think they are more likely to be compliant with therapy.

Cons

It does require recent blood work that you may not have readily available but this can be easily overcome.

Withings Health Mate

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

August 4, 12:31PM

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The Withings Health Companion app can help you track your heart rate, exercise, sleep, weight, and other important factors of heart health and wellness.

Pros

There are many great features that can be helpful for people to manage their heart health.

Cons

Some of the features - particularly the sleep tracker - could use some work and users may be able to find better options in other apps.

Podcast

Swimming With Sharks & Protecting Your Heart w/ Dr. Jacqueline Eubany

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

7 months ago

Article

Meditation Can Lower Your Risk For Heart Disease

Meditation has been shown to lower your risk for heart disease. Meditation is defined as engagement in mental exercise (for example concentrating on one’s breathing or repetition of a mantra) for the purpose of reaching...

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

7 months ago

Article

Physical Activity and Your Heart Health

Physical activity is important for good heart health. It is beneficial in healthy individuals, people who are considered high risk for disease, and those who are currently living with chronic health conditions. From a heart...

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

7 months ago

Article

Heart Healthy Tips For The Holidays

As most of you know, the holiday season remains one of the most difficult times to maintain your healthy lifestyle with lots of social events happening and friends and family visiting. You have spent so...

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Women’s Heart Health

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Stress and Lack of Sleep

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Mediterranean Diet

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Atrial Fibrillation Testing

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Heart Attack Risk Factors

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Dr. Jacqueline Eubany – Video Business Card

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

7 months ago

Article

Meditation Can Lower Your Risk For Heart Disease

Meditation has been shown to lower your risk for heart disease. Meditation is defined as engagement in mental exercise (for example concentrating on one’s breathing or repetition of a mantra) for the purpose of reaching...

Read Article
Jacqueline Eubany, MD

7 months ago

Article

Physical Activity and Your Heart Health

Physical activity is important for good heart health. It is beneficial in healthy individuals, people who are considered high risk for disease, and those who are currently living with chronic health conditions. From a heart...

Read Article
Jacqueline Eubany, MD

7 months ago

Article

Heart Healthy Tips For The Holidays

As most of you know, the holiday season remains one of the most difficult times to maintain your healthy lifestyle with lots of social events happening and friends and family visiting. You have spent so...

Read Article
Jacqueline Eubany, MD

7 months ago

Article

Founding Medical Partner: Dr. Jacqueline Eubany

INTERVIEW WITH DR. JACQUELINE EUBANY   What guided your decision to go into medicine and specifically, your chosen field?   I picked this field initially because I was always fascinated by the science and biology...

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Withings Health Mate

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Jacqueline Eubany, MD

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

August 4, 12:31PM

4.6

StarStarStarStarStar

Overall App Score

Overall Comment

The Withings Health Companion app can help you track your heart rate, exercise, sleep, weight, and other important factors of heart health and wellness.

Pros

There are many great features that can be helpful for people to manage their heart health.

Cons

Some of the features - particularly the sleep tracker - could use some work and users may be able to find better options in other apps.

ASCVD Risk Estimator Plus

Doctor Logo

Jacqueline Eubany, MD

August 4, 9:09PM

User since 2020

4.5

StarStarStarStarStar

Overall App Score

Overall Comment

What is so great about this app is that it can give you your risk for heart disease, and it can also tell you about some therapies and the potential risk reduction impact of the therapies. It also has an advice section where it makes suggestions on how you can lower your heart disease risk. It is easy to use. It requires information like your cholesterol level, your blood pressure, and other factors. It is generally used by physicians to calculate patients' risk factors but patients can also use it themselves to be more proactive in their cardiovascular care.

Pros

It allows patients to be more proactive about their health care. When patients understand why they are doing certain preventative measures, I think they are more likely to be compliant with therapy.

Cons

It does require recent blood work that you may not have readily available but this can be easily overcome.

Jacqueline Eubany, MD

3 months ago

Blog

Is there such a thing as healthy fats?

All our lives we have been taught that fats are bad for your health. It makes you gain weight, and it is bad for your heart. We find ourselves looking at the nutritional content of...

Read Blog
Jacqueline Eubany, MD

4 months ago

Blog

Women and Heart Disease: The Real Story

Heart disease remains the number 1 killer of women in the United States. It kills more women than breast and lung cancer combined. Every 80 seconds a woman dies from cardiovascular disease. Few women are...

Read Blog

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