MEDICAL EMERGENCY - DIAL 911
HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital Cardiac Services offer comprehensive preventive, diagnostic and primary care for patients with all types of heart disease.
Care is tailored to each individual’s needs and is provided by a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, therapists, dietitians and other health care professionals.
Our team of heart specialists provides a comprehensive range of services—right in your own backyard.
Adult Cardiology Services
- Cardiac rehabilitation Diagnostic heart catheterization
- Diagnostic echocardiography
- Diagnostic stress testing
- Heart failure management
- Heart rhythm evaluation and management
- Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)
- Peripheral vascular care
- Preventative cardiology
Individuals experiencing chest pain are quickly evaluated for appropriate treatment which may include thrombolytics (clot busters) to minimize damage to the heart.
Some individuals may be referred for diagnostic procedures such as stress tests, transesophageal echocardiograms, electrophysiology testing, tilt table studies, continuous blood pressure monitoring or cardiac catheterization. Such tests allow physicians to identify heart rhythm aberrations and determine valve function and the condition of heart muscle and coronary arteries.
HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital has partnerships with tertiary care facilities to provide an option for a seamless transition to advanced cardiovascular medicine, cardiac and vascular surgery, and vascular radiology care for patients who need these services. The Cardiac Rehabilitation program at St. Nicholas Hospital assists in recovery.
For general information on our emergency department, please call (920) 459-8300.
Find a Cardiologist or Primary Care Doctor
If you think that you may have heart disease, or there is heart disease in your family and you would like to know how to reduce your risk factors, make an appointment with a cardiologist or your primary care physician to discuss your concerns.
Click here to find a Prevea Health cardiologist or primary care physician.
Prevea St. Nicholas Health Center
3100 Superior Ave., Suite 300
(Use N. Taylor Dr. Entrance)