• Cardiology Services at Parker Adventist Hospital

  • Cardology.jpgParker Adventist Hospital offers: expert physicians, the latest technology, comprehensive treatment to diagnose and treat heart disease and heart attacks. Our program includes: early detection of cardiac disease, emergency care for heart attacks, chest pain and cardiac catheterization services. We also offer healthy heart seminars and coronary calcium artery screenings to help people prevent heart disease.  

    Cardiologists use catheterization treatments, including angioplasty with stent placement, to treat narrowing or obstructed arteries caused by coronary artery disease.

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    The Cardiac Services at Parker Adventist Hospital include:

    • Cardiac Catheterization
    • Echocardiograms
    • Electrocardiograms
    • Event Recording
    • Fit testing/pre-employment stress testing
    • Holter Monitor Placement
    • Implantable loop (event) recorders
    • Indicating interventional cardiac procedures
    •  Nuclear Cardiac Perfusion Imaging 
    • Outpatient testing - 5 days a week
    • Pacemaker Placement
    • PCI's -percutaneous coronary interventions
    • Stress echocardiograms
    • Stress testing to evaluate chest pain – 365 days/year (revise stress testing bullet)
    • Transesophageal-echocardiography
    • Treating heart rhythm disorders

    If you do not have a primary care doctor or cardiologist, call 303-777-6877 for a referral.

    Additional information about cardiac testing and heart health is available online at the American Heart Association's website.

  • CPC Primary Accred2015 - Chest Pain Center with PCI Accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care (SCPC)

    By achieving this accreditation status, Parker Adventist Hospital demonstrated expertise in the following areas: 

    • Integrating the emergency department with the local emergency medical system
    • Assessing, diagnosing, and treating patients quickly
    • Effectively treating patients with low risk for acute coronary syndrome and no assignable cause for their symptoms
    • Continually seeking to improve processes and procedures
    • Ensuring the competence and training of Accredited Chest Pain Center personnel
    • Maintaining organizational structure and commitment
    • Having a functional design that promotes optimal patient care
    • Supporting community outreach programs that educate the public to promptly seek medical care if they display symptoms of a possible heart attack

    GWTG Heart Failure Award2011 - American Heart Association's "Get With The Guidelines" Gold Performance Achievement Award

    This award highlights Parker's achievement of a consecutive 12 month interval of 85% or higher adherence to all "Get With The Guidelines" Heart Failure Performance Achievement Indicators to improve quality of patient care and outcomes.

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