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At Good Samaritan Medical Center, we provide resources that can help you navigate your heart journey. We’re here for you and are ready to help you connect with the doctors and health professionals who can provide the high-quality, safe care you deserve.
The signs and symptoms of heart disease can be hard to recognize on your own. That’s why our heart experts use some of the latest diagnostic tools to get a clear picture of your heart’s condition so you can get the fast and effective treatment you need.
30-Day Event Recorders
4-Hour Holter Monitors
Arterial Vascular Study Lower Extremity
Dobutamine Stress Test with Echocardiography Imaging or Nuclear Imaging
Exercise Stress Test
Lexiscan Stress Test
Transesophageal Echocardiogram (TEE)
Heart & Vascular Treatments
Atrial Fibrillation Ablation
An ablation involves threading a long, thin, flexible tube called a catheter into the heart through a blood vessel in the arm, upper thigh or neck. Live X-ray images are used to carefully guide the catheter into the heart. Several flexible tubes with electrodes on the tips are run through the catheter and placed in different small blood vessels in the heart.
Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
Some patients may benefit from minimally invasive procedures like cardiac catheterization. In the Cath Lab, we can diagnose and treat many issues.
Procedures performed in the Cath Lab
Coronary and left ventricular digital angiography
Coronary intravascular ultrasound
Right and left heart catheterization
Since heart function is a complex matter, electrophysiology studies your heart’s electrical system.
Procedures performed in the lab by our highly-trained electrophysiologists:
Evaluation and treatment of arrhythmias
Implantation and management of pacemakers and cardioverter-deﬁbrillators (ICD)
Intracardiac echocardiograms (ICE)
Management of antiarrhythmic medications
Chest Pain Center
If you or someone you know may be having a heart attack, don’t delay care. Our staff in the Chest Pain Center is prepared to provide a rapid response in the event of heart emergencies.
Other Heart and Vascular Treatments
Artificial Heart Valve Surgery
Women's Heart Health Program
At Good Samaritan Medical Center, we strive to increase awareness and reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease in women by providing preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic services through our Women’s Heart Health Program.
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