Dr. Norman Abbott is a cardiologist in Palm Harbor, FL, offering care for conditions affecting the heart & cardiovascular system, such as coronary artery disease.


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  • Recommends
  • Available
  • On Time
  • Friendly
  • Professional
  • Knowledgeable
  • Nice Office
  • Understandable
  • Reachable
  • Helpful Staff

There is undoubtedly no one I would rather see at my bedside in case of an emergency than Dr. Norman Abbott. I have known the doctor for at least fourteen years and he has not only treated me with respect he has many times gone out of his way to be helpful and understanding, especially during the last few weeks of my husband's illness and final demise. He is the best there is in my opinion and I wish him nothing but health, happiness, and a long life.

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Palms Heart Center, PA (Palm Harbor)  

Accepting New Patients?

Yes, Dr. Norman S. Abbott is accepting new patients at this office.


(727) 786-9623


2626 Tampa Road, Palm Harbor, FL 34684

Office Details

Doctor Specialty Cardiology
Accepting New Patients? Yes
Practice Specialty Cardiology
Hospital Affiliation
  • Florida Hospital
Languages Spoken English

Palms Heart Center, PA (Tarpon Springs)  

Accepting New Patients?

Yes, Dr. Norman S. Abbott is accepting new patients at this office.


(727) 937-3018


1501 S. Pinnellas Avenue, Suite G, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689-1950

Office Details

Doctor Specialty Cardiology
Accepting New Patients? Yes
Languages Spoken English

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Insurance Accepted  

  • Medicare

About Dr. Abbott
Dr. Abbott



Dr. Norman Abbott graduated from Universidad Central del Este (UCE) in 1967 before completing a residency in Internal Medicine at Richmond University Medical Center. He then completed a fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease at University of South Florida.

Dr. Abbott has two offices in Florida where he specializes in Cardiology.


Education & Training  

Medical School


  • Richmond University Medical Center
    Residency in Internal Medicine


  • University of South Florida
    Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease


Hospital Affiliations

  • Tarpon Springs Hospital Foundation Inc
  • Trustees of Mease Hospital Inc
  • Morton Plant Hospital Association Inc
  • University Community Hospital

Languages Spoken  

  • English

Dr. Abbott's Medicare Fee‑for‑Service Data (2014)  

Please Note: The information displayed below is sourced from the 2014 Medicare Physician and Other Supplier National Provider Identifier (NPI) Aggregate Report. It's important to remember that the statistics below are not inclusive of all patients treated by Dr. Abbott, but only those who participate in Medicare.

  • Doctor participates in Medicare?: Yes 
  • Number of HCPCS Codes: 74 
  • Number of Services: 7630 
  • Medical Suppress Indicator:  
  • Number of HCPCS Associated With Medical Services: 73 
  • Number of Medical Services: 7230 
  • Number of Medicare Patients with Medical Services: 1099 
  Medicare Patient Demographics
  • Total Number of Medicare Patients: 1099 
  • Average Age of Medicare Patients: 79 
  • Number of Patients Under Age 65: 63 
  • Number of Patients Age 65 to 74: 275 
  • Number of Patients Age 75 to 84: 422 
  • Number of Patients Over Age 84: 339 
  • Number of Female Patients : 590 
  • Number of Male Patients: 509 
  • Number of Non-Hispanic White Patients: 1062 
  • Number of Black or African American Patients: 0 
  • Number of Asian Pacific Islander Patients: 0 
  • Number of Hispanic Patients: 17 
  • Number of American Indian/Alaska Native Patients: 0 
  • Number of Patients with Race Not Elsewhere Classified: 0 
  • Number of Patients with Medicare Only Entitlement: 965 
  • Number of Patients with Medicare & Medicaid Entitlement: 134 
  Medicare Patient Condition Demographics
  • Percent of Patients with Atrial Fibrillation: 31% 
  • Percent of Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia: 18% 
  • Percent of Patients with Asthma: 7% 
  • Percent of Patients with Cancer: 13% 
  • Percent of Patients with Heart Failure: 39% 
  • Percent of Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease: 36% 
  • Percent of Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: 25% 
  • Percent of Patients with Depression: 24% 
  • Percent of Patients with Diabetes: 35% 
  • Percent of Patients with Hyperlipidemia: 72% 
  • Percent of Patients with Hypertension (High Blood Pressure): 75% 
  • Percent of Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease: 75% 
  • Percent of Patients with Osteoporosis: 12% 
  • Percent of Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis / Osteoarthritis: 47% 
  • Percent of Patients with Schizophrenia / Other Psychotic Disorders: 6% 
  • Percent of Patients with Stroke: 9% 
  Medicare Payments Data
  • Total Submitted Charge Amount: $1,311,646.49 
  • Total Medicare Allowed Amount: $650,239.83 
  • Total Medicare Payment Amount: $488,420.19 
  • Total Medicare Standardized Payment Amount: $476,227.22 
  • Total Medical Submitted Charge Amount: $1,279,646.49 
  • Total Medical Medicare Allowed Amount: $629,049.37 
  • Total Medical Medicare Payment Amount: $471,807.02 
  • Total Medical Medicare Standardized Payment Amount: $459,614.05 
  Medicare Prescription Drug Data
  • Drug Suppress Indicator: n/a 
  • Number of HCPCS Associated With Drug Services: 1 
  • Number of Drug Services: 400 
  • Number of Medicare Beneficiaries With Drug Services: 100 
  • Total Drug Submitted Charge Amount: $32,000.00 
  • Total Drug Medicare Allowed Amount: $21,190.46 
  • Total Drug Medicare Payment Amount: $16,613.17 
  • Total Drug Medicare Standardized Payment Amount: $16,613.17 
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