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Cardiovascular Diseases

Our expert team of cardiologists provide a full range of cardiac services. We use the latest technology for evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and management of all cardiovascular diseases.

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Cardiac Devices

We use the newest pacemaker and implantable defibrillator technology. These amazing devices provide the required elevation in heart rhythm  and stop cardiac arrest.

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Diagnostic Services

Diagnostic testing aids physicians in creating a treatment plan for patients once they are diagnosed with a condition. To help ensure optimal outcomes, we advise patients to inform all of their doctors that we are their cardiology group.

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Our Practice

Our patients’ cardiovascular health is our first concern and we are committed to continually practicing in a patient-centered manner. This standard is held across all aspects of our office, from the locations we have selected, to our staffing and scheduling, to the technologies incorporated into our treatments. In addition to spending the time to be sure patients are well-informed about their treatment options, we have also put conscientious effort into creating a comfortable environment for you to receive personal cardiovascular care.

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Stay informed with office news and the newest procedural techniques by keeping up to date with all of our latest blog posts.

When to See a Cardiologist

When dealing with matters of the heart, you want to know that you are putting your health in the hands of experts. The heart specialists at Hunterdon Cardiovascular Associates (HCA) are devoted to helping you preserve the health of your ...read more

Types of Pacemakers

If told that you need a pacemaker, it can be intimidating. You may be concerned about undergoing a pacemaker placement procedure or living with a permanent medical device. However, pacemakers are extraordinary tools that help support your heartbeat and keep ...read more

What Is Cardiomyopathy?

Cardiomyopathy is a common type of heart disease. It affects an estimated one in 500 U.S. adults, though its prevalence may be higher given how this condition often goes undiagnosed, says the CDC. Knowing the signs and symptoms of cardiomyopathy ...read more

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