Advanced Cardiovascular Technology with Old-Fashioned Care for Patients
We provide a multidisciplinary approach with advanced treatment options and services. Our cardiologists specialize in diagnosing a wide range of cardiovascular conditions including
atrial fibrillation, arrhythmia, penetrating atherosclerotic ulcers and other heart and valve diseases.
Services we provide at Florida Medical Center include the following:
Cardiac Catheterization Lab
Coronary and left ventricular digital angiograph
Right and left heart catheterization
Rotational and directional atherectomy
Stent implantation thrombectomy carotid angiography and stenting
Our cardiovascular care team includes electrophysiologists who specialize in heart rhythm disorders. They can help diagnose your irregular heartbeat and help you find the right treatments, which may include medication or an implanted
device like a pacemaker.
Brand new, sophisticated EP Laboratory
Advanced imaging to minimize radiation exposure without sacrificing image quality
Modern 3D mapping system for complex ablation cases
Operating Room setting to help minimize implant infection risk
Dedicated EP-trained nursing/technician personnel
All board-certified, experienced electrophysiologists
Treatments for Atrial Fibrillation (AFib)
Convergent Procedure - A new minimally invasive procedure that combines the best of electrophysiology and cardiac surgery treatments to help restore normal heart rhythm for long-time sufferers of AFib.
WATCHMAN Implant to help reduce AFib stroke risk
Electrical cardioversion - application of an electrical shock to the chest in an attempt to reset the heart’s rhythm.
Catheter ablation - inserting a thin, flexible tube (the catheter) to reach the heart by way of the blood vessels.
Additional Cardiovascular Procedures
Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery, such as balloon valvuloplasty
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