Comprehensive Cardiovascular Services

Learn more about the Comprehensive Cardiovascular Services we offer.

We also offer many specialized tests in our office to diagnose whether a person has cardiovascular disease and how it is affecting them. We also see many patients who are referred by other physicians for evaluation and second opinions.

Procedures and Tests Instructions

In addition to regular or annual check-ups, patients come to us for:

  • Routine Monitoring
  • Diagnostic Testing
  • Preoperative Care
  • Wellness and Prevention
  • High-Risk Prevention
  • Remote Patient Monitoring Services

If you have any questions regarding our cardiovascular services, please contact our practice at 305-666-4633.

Helpful Links

American College of Cardiology – Please visit the American Heart Association site for additional information.

American Heart Association – The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is: “Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Please visit the American Heart Association site for additional information.

WebMD – WebMD provides valuable health information, tools for managing your health, and support to those who seek information. You can trust that our content is timely and credible. Please visit the WebMD site for additional information.

CardioSmart – CardioSmart is a patient education site of the American College of Cardiology. CardioSmart’s mission is to engage, inform, and empower patients to better prepare them for participation in their own care. Please visit the CardioSmart site for additional information.

American College of Radiology, ICAEL – Our nuclear lab is accredited by American College of Radiology and our echo lab with ICAEL.
Please visit the American College of Radiology and ICAEL websites for additional information.

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