Nassau County Police care looking for a Roslyn man who was reported missing Tuesday, triggering the issuance of a Silver Alert.
Randy Kiewe, 47, a cardiologist, was last seen parking his BMW near the Roslyn train station around 6:30 a.m. on September 22, police said.
The Silver Alert said Kiewe was in need of medical attention and medication for the treatment of depression.
It also noted that Kiewe had attempted suicide in the past.
Police described Kiewe at 5-foot-seven and 210 pounds, with straight brown hair, hazel eyes and glasses.
Kiewe is the medical director and founder of the Lake Success practice CompleteCare Cardiology, PLCC, and is considered a regional expert in angina, arrhythmias, hypertension, cholestoral and lipid diseases, heart attacks and heart failure, specializing in the manifestation of heart disease in women, according to his biography on the CompleteCare website.
With a bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University and his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Kiewe is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases and nuclear cardiology.
A former cardiology fellow with North Shore University Hospital, Kiewe is a consultant to Long Island Jewish Medical Center’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and frequently lectures on the topic.
The Long Island Press this year named Kiewe best cardiologist as part of its annual “Best of Long Island” contest.
Nassau County Crime Stoppers has requested that anyone with information on Kiewe’s whereabouts call its hotline at 1-800-244-TIPS or the Nassau County Missing Persons Section at 516-573-7347.