Home Page

Curriculum Vitae

Steven D. Anisman MD FACC
Bennington, VT 05201
Work Phone: (802) 442-0800



Fellowship: Cardiovascular Disease
Worcester Medical Center / St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, MA - June 2008

Residency: Internal Medicine - activities listed at right
Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA - June 2004

Residency Activities
Doctor of Medicine - activities listed at right
University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT - June 2001

Med School Activities

Master's Degree in Psychology - 3.89 GPA
Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT - January, 1993

Baccalaureate Degree in Psychology, Music Minor (Percussion Concentration)
University of North Texas, Denton, TX - May, 1991

College Activities

High School Diploma
Cheshire High School, Cheshire, CT - June 1986



Invasive Cardiologist, Bennington Cardiology; Bennington, VT. 2008-Present
Providing the full range of outpatient and inpatient cardiology services, including consultation, stress testing (exercise, chemical, nuclear, echo), diagnostic cardiac catheterization, transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography, permanent pacemaker implantation and management, cardioversion, management of hypertension and dyslipidemias, etc.

Sculptor, Anisman Studios; Bennington, VT. 2008-Present
Creating metal sculpture, using steel, stainless steel, copper.

Hospitalist / Internist, Mary Lane Hospital; Ware, MA. & Wing Memorial Hospital; Palmer, MA. 2004-Present
Providing on-site and call-in services as a licensed Internist; diagnosing and treating illnesses across the spectrum of Internal Medicine. Responsible for admissions, treatment plans, emergencies, daily monitoring, phone triage, family meetings, discharge planning, and coordinating care with community physicians.  

Hospitalist, Holyoke Medical Center; Holyoke, MA. 2004-2005
Provided on-site services as a board-certified, licensed Internist. Responsible for admissions, treatment plans, emergencies, daily monitoring, family meetings, discharge planning, and coordinating care with community physicians. Active in various planning committees; reworking admission and treatment pathways. 

Emergency/Crisis Clinician, Northwestern Counseling & Support Services (formerly Franklin Grand-Isle Mental Health); St. Albans, VT. 1993 - 1996
Provided emergency services for the suicidal and mentally ill; administered short and long term therapy to adults, couples and children; provided on-site crisis support to area hospitals, prisons, police and schools. Published an article regarding factors impacting usage of crisis services (does a full moon make a difference?).

Owner/President, Anisman Technologies. 1992 - Present
Developing software for desktop and handheld computers, web design, consulting. My handheld software, “CCU Guide,” has been released by SkyScape software for national distribution.

Freelance Author. 1989 - Present
Click the icon on the right for some representative publications.

Freelance Musician. 1980 - Present
Performing as a drummer, percussionist, bassist, or pianist as required. Set lists and mp3 musical samples are available.




Board Certification Internal Medicine: American Board of Internal Medicine Diplomate 2004
Board Certification Cardiovascular Disease: American Board of Internal Medicine Diplomate 2008
Medical License: Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Medical License: State of Vermont
Medical License: State of New York
Hospital Privileges
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, Bennington VT
St Peters Medical Center, Albany NY
Baysate Mary Lane Hospital, Ware MA
BLS & ACLS Certification
American Red Cross



Private Tutor. 1984 - Present
Teaching and reviewing with students for classes in music (percussion, bass, piano and music theory), psychology, English and math. I am currently focusing on drumset and music theory instruction.
Instructor, University of Vermont Continuing Education; Burlington, VT. 1994 - 1995
Developed and taught beginning and intermediate level programming courses for adults using the BASIC programming language.
Drummer/Co-Producer/Percussionist/Transcriptionist, Paul Horton CD; Minneapolis, MN. August 1994
Created, rehearsed, performed, recorded drumset and percussion parts for a CD, “Separate Skies”, of original music. Coordinated pre-production and production schedule, managed talent, transcribed melodic, harmonic, rhythmic parts, prepared lead sheets. The bass player on approximately 1/2 the CD is John Munson of the number 1 group Semi Sonic. MP3 samples are available on music page, above.
Client Service Administrator, Fleet Investment Services; New Haven, CT. 1993
Administered computer network, managed and planned accounts in the long and short range in conjunction with clients and officers.
Temp, Jackie A. Matchett Temporary Services; New Haven, CT. 1992 - 1993
Secretarial, receptionist, word processing and office management duties.
Educational Consultant, Jostens Learning Corporation; New Haven, CT. 1991 - 1992
Provided training and maintenance for computer systems in New Haven public schools; taught/trained students, staff, and personnel in the use of various computer programs; wrote technically oriented manuals for layman use.
Instructor, Stanley Kaplan Agency; New Haven, CT. 1991 - 1992
Prepared and taught SAT and GRE preparation courses at various Stanley Kaplan sites.
Adult Education Teacher, New Haven Adult Education Center; New Haven, CT. 1991
Taught an Advanced GED (high school equivalency) class.
Counselor, Summer Music Camps; (Camp Encore/Coda and Northeast Music Camp). 1986 - 1988
Oversaw and organized camper activities and organized and participated in music performances at sleepaway camps.




Hobbies: Drums, percussion, bass, piano, guitar; welding (primarily wire sculpture), woodworking, photography; scuba, sailing, raquetball, golf, frisbee, pool, swimming; computers, poker, chess, reading, movies.

Hobbies Page



References will be provided upon request.

Back to Top of Page Back to Home Page

Last Updated: