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Our experienced cardiologists are prepared to care for patients of all ages and conditions. No matter what your condition – coronary artery disease, heart failure, heart valve disorders, rhythm disorders and even heart attack – we are committed to making sure that our patients feel better now and stay healthy in the future.
We understand that being diagnosed with a cardiac condition can be difficult, both physically and emotionally, and we strive to make your experience as easy and comfortable as possible. Our team will answer your questions at every step, fully explaining your options as we define the problem.
Our cardiologists diagnoses and treats diseases of the heart and blood vessels, including:
Treating Cardiac Conditions
When our cardiologists diagnose a cardiac disorder, we will work closely with our patients and their family to determine the best treatment plan based on the patient’s age, condition and lifestyle.
Cardiac Emergency Care
Crozer-Keystone surgeons perform emergency and scheduled repairs of life-threatening conditions of the aorta. These dangerous conditions include an area of the aorta that has stretched and weakened (aneurysm) or torn.
Primary angioplasty is an emergency procedure to open blocked arteries in a heart attack patient. Crozer-Keystone offers clot-busting (thrombolytic) drugs as well as primary angioplasty for heart attack patients.
Crozer-Keystone Health System’s Cardio-Oncology Program offers the latest advanced techniques to detect and manage heart disease in cancer patients. Our cardiologists work collaboratively with oncologists and primary care physicians to identify those at greatest risk and structure a detailed plan of care.
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To request a cardiology appointment, please call 1-866-95-PULSE (1-866-957-8573) or request an appointment online.
From the Heart: Jeanne
Jeanne Gionfriddo from Folsom, Pa. suffered a sudden onset of atrial fibrillation. Electrophysiologist Sandeep Sharma, M.D. performed a catheter ablation to save her life.