A strong patient focus involving committed attention to each patient is a hallmark of the care you get at Coliseum Heart Institute. From the moment you make contact through Patient Relations to the end of your recovery period, you’ll appreciate the comfort and convenience provided by Coliseum. We have a patient relations coordinator to inform, answer questions, guide, support and care for you every step of the way. This is an important aspect of the entire process, providing patients with the information and hands-on care they need and want at such an important time in their lives. This approach not only helps to reduce uncertainty and fear but aids in the success of the surgery and recovery period.
Coliseum Medical Centers is participating in cardiology research through Sarah Cannon Research Institute (SCRI). Dr. Maria Bartlett and Dr. Juan Esnard are principal investigators for current studies. Craig Odum, RN is the research coordinator.http://sarahcannon.com/campaigns/cardiology
Our Services & Programs
Treating Afib wiwth Cryoablation
Opening Blocked Arteries in the Leg
Healthbreak: Atrial Fibrillation
Cardiac Services at Coliseum Medical Centers
What is a pacemaker?
Coliseum Heart Institute has an unprecedented partnership. It provides something much needed to Middle Georgia – total care for the heart. Comprised of some of the most respected cardiologists and electrophysiologists in the region, this partnership means these physicians will work side-by-side with the dedicated staff at our very own Coliseum Heart Institute to ensure that patients receive the most comprehensive cardiac care possible.
To find the right physician for you, call Consult-A-Nurse, Coliseum Health System’s physician referral service or search for a physician online.
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Support Groups & Community Events
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American Heart Association
The American Heart Association provides a website with a wealth of information on heart disease.