Cardiology

Cardiology



The best way to beat heart disease is to avoid it in the first place or catch it in its earliest stages. At Temple Health Ft. Washington, we offer easy-to-schedule appointments and high-quality care that emphasize cardiovascular health promotion and early detection of heart disease.



In Ft. Washington, you will find cardiologists from the well-respected Temple Heart & Vascular Institute. These specialists will work with you to reduce your risk of heart disease and help you maintain good heart health. If a problem is suspected, they can offer a wide variety of tests to reach an accurate diagnosis.

Our cardiologists tailor treatment plans to meet your unique needs. In most cases, lifestyle changes, medications or other non-invasive options may be the first recommendations. If more complex heart care is needed, you have full access to the advanced services of the Temple Heart and Vascular Institute. This includes everything from novel drug trials to new minimally invasive surgical procedures. 

Heart conditions managed at Ft. Washington include:
To schedule an appointment with a Temple preventive cardiologist at Ft. Washington, click here or call 215-540-0120.

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