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A Higher Level of Technology...A Higher Level of Care.

  • Brand new, sophisticated EP Laboratory
  • Advanced imaging to minimize radiation exposure without sacrificing image quality
  • Modern 3D mapping system for complex ablation cases
  • OR setting to help minimize implant infection risk
  • Dedicated EP-trained nursing/technician personnel
  • All Board-certified, experienced Electrophysiologists

Your heartbeat is the rhythm of your life, but problems with your heart’s electrical system can make your heart feel out of step. These problems are called arrhythmia, and they can cause a wide range of symptoms, including:

  • Palpitations (a sensation of fluttering or irregularity of the heartbeat)
  • Weakness
  • Fatigue
  • Low blood pressure
  • Dizziness
  • Fainting
  • Heart failure
  • Collapse and cardiac arrest

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.

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