Cardiovascular Medicine | Holy Family

Cardiovascular Medicine

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At Holy Family Hospital, our expert cardiovascular care team consists of highly trained, board-certified physicians, surgeons, nurses, and support specialists who provide advanced diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for treating a variety of cardiovascular diseases and conditions.

Their commitment to personal and compassionate care has led them to practice in the Merrimack Valley where they are providing patients with convenient access to specialized care and sophisticated treatment options.

Services include:

  • Angioplasty
  • Angiography
  • Cardiac CT
  • Cardiac MR
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Cardioversion
  • Coronary Angiography
  • Electrocardiogram
  • Head Upright Tilt Test
  • IABP (intra-aortic balloon pump) Insertion
  • Multigated Acquisition Scan
  • Non-invasive Testing for Vascular Disease
  • Nuclear Imaging
  • Pacemaker Implants and Insertions
  • Percutaneous Angioplasty
  • Pericardiocentesis
  • Thrombolytic Therapy for Acute Arterial or Venous Thromboses
  • Stress Testing
  • Tilt Table Testing
  • TTE (Transthoracic Echocardiogram)
  • TEE (Transesophageal Echocardiogram)

 

Cardiac Rehabilitation at Holy Family Hospital
The concept that many people with heart disease can attain a healthier lifestyle is the basis of the cardiac 
rehabilitation program at Holy Family Hospital. Cardiac “rehab” involves progressive exercise conditioning sessions,
supplemented with education and support to create the balance that will encourage a more positive lifestyle.
 
The Team
Participants involved in the rehabilitation program have the opportunity to interact with many disciplines
within the health care team:
• Medical Director – The program is under the direction of a board certified cardiologist.
• Nurses – Experienced in critical care, cardiac assessment, education, and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).
• Exercise Physiologists – Experienced in conditioning and educating clients with cardiac disease.
• Registered Dietitians and Social Workers – Team members that provide educational lectures and individual consults.
• Client – The client is an active participant in defining goals and implementing plans to enhance healthful living.
 
CLICK HERE for the Holy Family Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Brochure in English.
 
HAGA CLICK para el folleto en español acerca de la rehabilitación cardiaca en el hospital Holy Family.
 
For more information about Cardiac Rehabilitation at Holy Family Hospital, please contact the program coordinator
at (978) 687-0156, ext. 2385.
 
What is Cardiac Rehabilitation? CLICK HERE
 
¿Que es la Rehabilitación Cardiaca? HAGA CLICK

Our Team

Request An Appointment or Book Online

Please submit the form below to request an appointment or if you prefer to speak with someone directly, please call 800-488-5959.

Please note: Our Steward DoctorFinder team does not book appointments for psychiatry, physical and occupational therapy, bariatric consultations, or radiology testing such as mammograms and x-rays. These appointments can be booked by calling the hospital department directly.

If you choose to request an appointment via the form below a member of our Steward DoctorFinder team will contact you shortly after. We will work with you to secure an appointment at your earliest convenience and at the location of your choice.

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You can also book online with select Steward Medical Group primary care and women's health providers using ZocDoc.

Resources

    Embracing Life After A Heart Attack Cardiac rehabilitation is a comprehensive exercise, education, and behavior modification program designed to improve the physical and emotional condition of patients with heart disease
    Detecting Coronary Artery Disease In Women Whether you are healthy or at risk for coronary artery disease it’s important to be mindful of the steps you can take for your health today, and into the future.
    Detecting Coronary Artery Disease Understanding the differences in symptoms men and women experience. Taking action to prevent coronary artery disease begins with understanding your risks and symptoms and a commitment to adopt healthy habits.