Electrophysiology Program

Heart rhythm disorders (abnormally slow, irregular or fast heartbeats) affect all ages and range from benign to life-threatening conditions. Our expert team relies on a foundation of empathetic patient care to diagnose and treat these various conditions. Our dedication to research complements the excellent patient care as we discover new tools to predict life-threatening arrhythmias or technologic advancements to provide safety to our procedures. The program's clinicians and researchers work closely with each other to tailor care to the patient’s needs for a better quality of life and longevity.

Personalized Care

Comprehensive Care Requires a Personalized Approach

From day one, our team — including administrators, nurses, nurse practitioners, doctors and researchers — is all involved in optimizing the care to the patient and their family. Our team is available to patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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Early Detection

Grant Funds Research for Predicting Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Researcher secures $2.5 million to develop novel risk-assessment tool to prevent the typically fatal heart rhythm disorder.

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