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Under the leadership of Howard Rothman, M.D., Chief of Cardiology, cardiac patients receive a definitive assessment of their condition and access to state-of-the-art treatment .

 Diagnostic modalities include dual-isotope SPECT exercise testing, pharmacologic stress-testing for those unable to exercise, non-invasive detection of coronary artery calcification by electro-beam computerized tomography, and the NMR LipoProfile, a new test to detect heart disease. A full spectrum of Echocardiography Laboratory includes stress echo, and transesophagal echo (TEG), computerized electrocardiography and ambulatory monitoring with instant access to prior studies for comparison.

The Cardiology Department commitment to innovative emergency care is demonstrated by international participation in landmark clinical trials including TIMI, GUSTO, ASSENT and Myocardial Infarct Registry.  Post-infarct, bypass or angioplasty patients can look forward to comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation by a multi-disciplined team of nurses and therapists.  A full-service pacemaker and arrhythmia service is being expanded to meet future growth.

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Archive Press Releases
  • Englewood Hospital Cardiac Surgery Program Ranks #1 in New Jersey
  • Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Physicians Publish Cardiac Surgery Study in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery
  • Carotid Stenting: Minimally Invasive Option to Reduce Stroke Successful for High Risk Patient
  • Intravascular Radiation for Renarrowed Arteries: Cardiac Brachytheraphy Joins Expertise of Interventional Cardiology and Radiation Oncology.
  • New Test May Predict Heart Disease
  • Ballplayer's death instigates new look at ephedra dangers
  • EHMC Begins Clinical Trials for Blood Substitute
  • New Test May Predict Heart Disease