The Emory Clinic Heart and Vascular Center and Emory Cardiovascular Specialists have combined their practices to offer patients a greater range of cardiovascular treatment on the Emory Saint Joseph’s campus. This practice of 18 physicians provides a variety of services including general cardiology, electrophysiology, preventive cardiology, women’s heart, cardiac sports medicine, interventional cardiology, adult congenital cardiology, and structural heart disease.
The outpatient Saint Joseph’s Hospital Cardiac Imaging Center is located on the same floor as the office practice, providing same day service for many diagnostic procedures, including nuclear cardiology and echocardiography.
“We deliver highly specialized care with a personal touch. Our physicians have a vast amount of clinical experience and expertise in providing comprehensive cardiovascular care to our patients. We partner well with our community physicians in coordinating our patient care,” says George Chang, M.D. Additionally, the practice includes the Cardiac Device Clinic for management of devices such as pacemakers or implantable defibrillators, which require routine, detailed follow-ups to assure proper function.
Patients at the new cardiology suite will also have access to the latest clinical trials and research within the field of cardiology.
General cardiologists: Alexis Cutchins, MD, Dan Eapen, MD, Stephen Frohwein, MD, Laura Gonzales, MD, Thomas Guest, MD, Donald Jansen, MD, Jonathan Kim (sports cardiologist), David Steinberg, MD, Alan Taranto, MD, Byron Williams, Jr., MD, and Byron Williams, III, MD.
Interventional cardiologists: George Chang, MD, William Lieppe, MD, Spencer Palmer, MD, and James Stewart, MD.
Electrophysiologists: David DeLurgio, MD, and Anshul Patel, MD.
Adult Congenital cardiologist: Cam Hebson, MD