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ColumbiaDoctors Cardiology offers world-class, comprehensive cardiac care, including preventive care, diagnostic services, and treatment for the most advanced heart issues.
ColumbiaDoctors' general cardiology program offers a personalized approach to cardiac care at two convenient locations, the Milstein Pavilion and at 51 West 51st Street.
Ambulatory monitoring is used to help these patients learn whether they truly have hypertension and not just white-coat hypertension.
The Schneeweiss Adult Congenital Heart Center at Columbia is one of the world’s leading programs in adult congenital heart disease
Cardiac amyloidosis is a life-threatening disease in which the heart muscle becomes stiffened and thickened with protein fibrils, making it hard to fill with blood, leading to heart congestion.
ColumbiaDoctors' Heart Rhythm Program provides comprehensive care for patients with heart rhythm problems.
But the aggressive treatments often needed to save the life of a person with cancer can cause damage of their own, frequently putting them at risk for heart disease.
Columbia University Medical Center is home to one of the largest and most advanced adult cardiovascular imaging programs in the world and the largest such program in the northeast.
Columbia’s Center for Advanced Cardiac Care offers the most advanced medical and surgical options to patients with heart failure.
ColumbiaDoctors Cardiology is at the forefront of care and treatment of patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and is pioneering advances in the field
Columbia’s inpatient cardiology services are ranked among the best in the nation.
Columbia is one of the world's leading tertiary referral centers for patients with complex cardiovascular, endovascular, and structural heart disease.
Columbia’s PVD program offers a multidisciplinary, clinically integrated, and patient-centered approach to the management of complex, acute, and chronic vascular diseases.
ColumbiaDoctors' experts in the field of sports cardiology have earned national recognition for their clinical activities and research relating to the cardiac care of athletes.
The Structural Heart & Valve Center is a multidisciplinary program that incorporates all of the advanced technologies and specialties to manage patients with complex valvular heart disease.
Heart disease is often thought to affect men more than women; however, it is the number one cause of death for women in the United States.