"Heart Disease...Let's Defeat, Keep A Healthy Heart Beat"
Our cardiology department provides a full range of services for inpatients and outpatients. We pride ourselves on the quality of these services.
Our Cardiology Services Department uses state-of-the-art technology to evaluate heart function and diagnose heart disease and disorders.
EKG/ECG: A brief recording of the electrical impulses or rhythm of the heart.
Holter Monitoring: This 24 to 48 hour test records the heart rhythm over a period of time. While the test is being conducted, the patient keeps a diary of activities so that it can be matched to any unusual activity in the heart.
Echocardiography: An Ultrasound test used to assess the function of the heart. An Echocardiogram can examine the heart muscle, heart valves and blood flow through the heart.
Stress Testing: This type of test provides information on how well your heart works when physically stressed. Stress testing assists your physician in diagnosing coronary (heart) disease, assessing response to current treatment and/or monitoring disease progression. All stress tests are personally supervised by a cardiologist.
We are very pleased to offer this services to the community. It is our goal to empower our patients with the knowledge, confidence and desire to reach and maintain improved fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
We assure you of world-class services, within your budget range!
Senior Consultant and Interventional Cardiologist
Dr. Amit Gupta has been working as Senior Consultant and Interventional Cardiologist since 1997.
Treatment for coronary heart disease usually is the same for both women and men. Treatment may include lifestyle changes, medicines, medical and surgical procedures, and cardiac rehabilitation.
Our heart specialists with 20 years experience offer advanced cardiac resynchronization therapy and device management to help relieve symptoms for people with heart failure.
Heart disease is an umbrella term for any type of disorder that affects the heart. Heart disease means the same as cardiac disease but not cardiovascular disease.