THE HEARTBEAT OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
10 Offices | 9 Cardiologists | We're Here For You
Cardiology Specialists Medical Group has been serving patients in the Inland Empire for over 30 years. Our mission is to improve our patient’s quality of life by providing comprehensive, compassionate, quality cardiovascular care. Our first office opened in 1992 with 6 employees. We have since opened 10 locations in the Inland Empire. We now have over 60 staff including 10 Cardiologists who spend every day putting the well-being of our patients at the forefront.
TAKE IT FROM OUR PATIENTS
I took my father for his first cardiologist appointment and we received nothing but excellent customer service. Nurse Paola was very professional and polite to us. She offered us a sooner time for my father to be seen. Her coworker James was also very helpful. I fully recommend this clinic and my father will be happy to continue his heart care here permanently.
I took my grandmother here, and I have to say the customer service was exceptional! Specifically, the customer service representatives that were attending to me and my grandmother on the phone and at the desks. I felt like we were listened to, and were well taken care of by the staff. Very pleased overall.
11 OFFICES IN THE INLAND EMPIRE
RIVERSIDE | CORONA | SAN BERNARDINO |
PERRIS | MONTCLAIR | MURRIETA | HEMET | BANNING |
TEMECULA | LAKE ELSINORE | BIG BEAR LAKE
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