Medical Cardiology

Virtua Medical Cardiology - NJ

Healing Hearts, Improving Lives

Whether you want to prevent heart disease, find a specialist for ongoing care, or have a complex cardiac issue, Virtua Health cardiologists are here to get you there. We seek the least invasive approach first and we often can help you manage your heart risk through changes in lifestyle (diet, exercise, smoking cessation, and stress reduction) or adjustments to medication.

Routine visits and check-ups with Virtua cardiologists can help to monitor your ongoing heart health. If you require a procedure such as cardiac angioplasty or surgery, we’re with you every step of the way. Working collaboratively with our sub-specialist colleagues in Virtua cardiology, we can arrange for and provide follow-up care, no matter how complex your condition.

With offices across South Jersey, we are here when and where you need us.

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