Estelle Torbey MD

Estelle Torbey, MD


Estelle Torbey, MD is an electrophysiologist/cardiologist at the Lifespan Cardiovascular Institute. She is board certified in cardiovascular computed tomography, nuclear cardiology, echocardiography, cardiology, and clinical cardiac electrophysiology.

Before joining Lifespan, Dr. Torbey was an electrophysiology physician with Barnabas Medical Health Group at Community Medical Center in Toms River, New Jersey. She served as both hospitalist locum tenens and cardiology locum tenens at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, New York. Previously, she was an emergency medicine physician at University Medical Center, Rizk Hospital in Beirut, Lebanon.

She completed fellowships in cardiology at Staten Island University Hospital in New York, electrophysiology at University Medical Center, New York, and in advanced cardiac electrophysiology at Brown University, Rhode Island.

Dr. Torbey has co-authored many articles published in medical journals, including a chapter on “Anemia in Heart Diseases,” that appeared in Anemia: Prevalence, Risk Factors and Management Strategies (Nova, 2014). She has been a guest speaker at prestigious symposia and panels throughout the northeastern United States. Dr. Torbey appeared on "New York Doctors," a medical program produced by ART TV, and addressed the topic of women and heart health.



Cardiovascular Institute, East Providence, RI, 950 Warren Ave.
950 Warren Avenue, Suite 201
East Providence, RI 02914

Secondary Phone: 401-606-1004


  • Medical School:  Lebanese University
  • Fellowship:  Rhode Island Hospital
  • Fellowship:  NYU Langone Medical Center
  • Internship:  Staten Island University Hospital - North
  • Residency:  Staten Island University Hospital - North