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We offer a wide range of Cardiology services. Cardiology Specialists Medical Group has 10 doctors on board and each of our doctors specializes in different cardiology fields. Below you'll find a list of the  treated conditions we tend to and the procedures we perform.


Services Offered

  • ​Abnormal Heart Rhythms or Arrhythmias 

  • Aorta Disease and Marfan Syndrome 
  • Congenital Heart Disease

  • Coronary Artery Disease (Narrowing of the Arteries) 

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism

  • Heart Attack 

  • Heart Failure 

  • Heart Muscle Disease (Cardiomyopathy) 

Heart valve disease

Heart valve disease develops when one of the heart’s valves is not working properly. Sometimes a valve doesn’t open as much as it should (called stenosis). Sometimes a valve doesn’t close as tightly as it should (called a leaky valve, or regurgitation). But today there are treatments for heart valve disease such as valve repair and valve replacement. Here you can learn about heart valve disease and the various treatments you and your doctor might consider.

  • Pericardial Disease 

  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

  • Rheumatic Heart Disease 

  • Stroke

  • Vascular Disease (Blood Vessel Disease) 

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Services Offered

  • Transesophageal Echocardiogram

  • Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)

  • MitraClip Procedures

  • Watchman 

  • PFO for TIA Stroke 

  • Endovascular Aortic Repair (EVAR) For Abdominal Aneurysm 

  • Treating PAD (Peripheral Artery Disease)  

  • IVC Filter Removal / Placement

  • Venogram 

  • TEE / Cardioversion  

  • Limb Salvage 

  • Perivalvular Leak Plug 


Tests Offered

Coming Soon!

Cardiac Calcium Score Screenings

  • Non-Invasive screening

  • Cardiac Calcium Score Screenings are used to check for cholesterol buildup & hardened, or calcified, plaque on the walls of the arteries in the heart.

  • It can detect coronary artery disease before any symptoms occur to determine the severity of any pre-existing coronary artery disease.

  • This screening only takes minutes.

  • During the test, a computer tomography (CT) scanner rotates around the body while a computer creates detailed cross-sectional images, like slices, of the inside of your body. 

  • If calcium deposits are present, they show up as bright white spots on the scan images. After a few minutes, you will have a cardiac calcium score that helps you estimate your heart attack risk.

  • No IV contrast.

  • It can also measure bone density.

CCSS - Coming Soon


We'd love to hear from you

Phone: 951-352-3937

Fax: 951-352-2839

Doctor and Patient

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8:30 to 12 pm &

1 pm to 5 pm

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Phone: 951-352-3937

Fax: 951-352-2839

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