Certain cardiovascular conditions benefit from specialized care. Our condition-specific clinics provide focused expertise and individualized care plans to accommodate the needs of patients requiring this distinct level of care.
Cardiovascular Specialty Centers
- Structural Heart Center
- Advanced Heart Failure Center
- Advanced EP/Arrhythmia/A-Fib Center
- Vascular Care Center
- Interventional Cardiology Center
- General and Preventive Cardiology Center
- Women’s Cardiology Center
- Advanced Cardiac Imaging Center
Managing blood thinning medication requires careful attention to detail, monitoring and education. Our Coumadin Clinic is staffed by nurses who use sophisticated software to monitor each patient's profile. Nurse practitioners and physicians are available for immediate consultation as well. No appointment is necessary for coumadin checks. This clinic is located at our main campus location.
Our Heart Lab is responsible for monitoring and treating patients' cardiac rhythms. We offer non-invasive monitoring as well as ongoing follow-up and support for patients with implantable treatment devices. This clinic is located at our main campus location.
We offer three types of non-invasive monitoring to identify rhythm or blood pressure abnormalities while the patient takes part in normal day-to-day activity:
- Holter Monitor
- Event Monitor
- Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor
For patients with an implanted device, the Heart Lab provides ongoing follow up and support. We offer in-office evaluation, troubleshooting and programming of pacemakers, ICDs, and implantable loop recorders. We also follow patients through remote home monitoring and trans-telephonic monitoring.
Patients with pulmonary hypertension require focused attention and specialized care. Pulmonary hypertension is a rare and complex illness, requiring careful evaluation and appropriate use of medical therapy to prevent deterioration. Modern therapy has allowed a marked improvement in a patient's survival and quality of life. Our team provides fast access for pulmonary hypertension patients, along with rapid communication back to referring physician.
With new and rapidly changing options to treat valvular heart disease, our Valve Clinic combines the expertise of interventional cardiologists, heart failure specialists, imaging experts, and cardiovascular surgeons to evaluate the best option for your particular valve problem.
Venous insufficiency can cause chronic edema, wounds, and pain to patients. Our vein specialists use specialized imaging techniques to locate the source of the problem and recommend the proper course of action to treat this condition. Venous ablation therapy may be an option for some individuals and can be done as an outpatient procedure.