Newman Regional Health is proud to offer diagnostics and specialty care both in the hospital and the office for patients with cardiology conditions. In addition, Newman Regional Health is associated with Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, Missouri to help provide a comprehensive cardiology program for our community.
Cardiology services provided at Newman Regional Health include:
Interventional cardiology procedures are performed in our state-of-the art W.S. & E.C. Jones Cardiovascular Lab (CVL). Meet patient Gary Johnson and our top-notch cath lab team.
Cardiac conditions treated at Newman Regional Health include:
Heart failure treatment includes an initial evaluation for pulmonary hypertension (if right-sided heart failure) and, if needed, treatment for pulmonary hypertension. Home monitoring and follow-up care is critical to managing this condition.
Coronary artery disease screening and management includes an initial evaluation with a coronary CT angiogram, stress test, and treatment of acute chest pain/heart attack. Risk factor therapy and coordination of care with your primary care physician is used to manage, prevent, and reduce your risk for heart attack and stroke.
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) screening and management begins with an initial evaluation consisting of a peripheral CT angiogram, vascular ultrasound, ankle brachial index, and treatment of any blocked arteries in the leg (cold foot) or leg cramps (claudication). We’ll coordinate with your primary care provider and conduct risk factor therapy for preventive measures.
Treatment of dizziness/syncope involves bradycardia therapy with a pacemaker and tilt-table testing.
Evaluation and treatment of acute deep vein thrombosis requires an initial evaluation and possible acute venous thrombectomy and IVC filter placement.
Phone: (620) 342-4278 (HART)
1301 W. 12th Avenue, Suite 207
Emporia, KS 66801
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