Cardiac Treatment Services at Grand View Hospital
Grand View Hospital staff offers an array of cardiac treatment services, such as:
Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at Grand View Hospital
The David M. Flowers, MD, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory provides early intervention for coronary heart disease and vascular disease. Procedures available include cardiac catheterization, angioplasty, and stenting.
Emergency Care at Grand View Hospital
Grand View Hospital's Emergency Department is staffed around the clock to respond to heart-related emergencies. Cardiologists are on-duty or on-call to ensure that patients with a suspected heart attack, severe heart failure, or other serious cardiac symptoms receive prompt cardiac care.
Telemetry Unit at Grand View Hospital
Grand View Hospital's Telemetry Unit offers nursing care for patients with heart-related conditions. The unit is specially equipped to monitor your heart so you can safely begin cardiac rehabilitation. You will be outfitted with a heart monitor, a small transmitter that sends information about your heart rhythm to health-care professionals for evaluation.
Intensive Coronary Care Unit (ICCU) at Grand View Hospital
Grand View Hospital's ICCU is staffed with critical-care registered nurses trained to care for patients with life-threatening illnesses. Highly skilled cardiologists are always on duty or on call, and our Intensive Coronary Care Unit is equipped with modern cardiac monitoring devices.
Our ICCU is also staffed by intensivists, also known as critical care specialists, who exclusively treat seriously-ill or injured patients. These board-certified physicians are skilled at identifying complications that may arise and at taking further action before conditions worsen.
Cardiac Clinical Trials
Physicians who practice at Grand View Hospital participate in cardiac clinical trials that expand their knowledge of heart disease. As a result, you have access to treatments not necessarily available at other hospitals. Eligible patients participate in clinical trials on a voluntary basis. Participation in clinical trials helps to keep physicians and staff abreast of the newest heart care treatment options.