Effective Monday, Sept. 20, visiting hours for hospital inpatient units F, G and the ICU are limited to 12-2pm, seven days a week. There are no other changes to visiting hours in other areas. Click here for our full visitation information.

Is it Time to See a Cardiologist?

Heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in both men and women in the United States. Early detection of a heart condition, and early action with treatment is crucial in ensuring continued heart health.


Leading Reasons to See a Cardiologist

  • Chest Pain
  • Shortness of Breath with Exertion
  • Heart Palpitations
  • Irregular Heart Beat
  • History of High Cholesterol
  • History High Blood Pressure
  • Family History of Heart Disease

How to Prepare

Your visit to see your cardiologist shouldn't add any additional stress or fear. To make your visit as simple and stress-free as possible, it's helpful to come prepared for you appointment by:

  • Bringing bottles or a list of all of you current medications
  • Having a list of all the medical professionals you see, with contact information.
  • Notes of both your medical history and, if possible, family history.
  • Write down a list of any questions you may have and want to discuss with your cardiologist.

What to Expect 

During your visit, your cardiologist will perform a thorough exam and recommend additional tests if deemed necessary. Some tests that your physician may order include blood work, an EKG or ECG, stress testing, cardiac catherization, and other cardiac imaging.

Your doctor will talk you through the process and work with both you and your primary care provider to determine the best plan of care to address your condition and meet your individual goals.

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