Electrophysiology Program

Heart rhythm disorders (abnormally slow, irregular or fast heartbeats) affect all ages and range from benign to life-threatening conditions. Our expert team relies on a foundation of empathetic patient care to diagnose and treat these conditions. Our dedication to research complements excellent patient care as we discover new tools to predict life-threatening arrhythmias or technologic advancements to provide safety to our procedures. The program's clinicians and researchers work closely with each other to tailor care to the patient's needs for a better quality of life and longevity.

Comprehensive Care Requires a Personalized Approach

From day one, our team—including administrators, nurses, nurse practitioners, doctors and researchers—is involved in optimizing the care to the patient and their family. Our team is available to patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Grant Funds Research for Predicting Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Researcher secures $2.5 million to develop novel risk-assessment tool to prevent the typically fatal heart rhythm disorder.

Sumeet S. Chugh, MD
Program Director

Sumeet S. Chugh, MD

"We are at the beginning of unraveling the mystery of sudden cardiac arrest."

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Analysis

Study finds that African-Americans experience sudden cardiac arrest at twice the rate of Caucasians.

Finding a Natural Rhythm

Eugenio Cingolani, MD, is developing a radically different kind of pacemaker—one made of a patient's own cells.

Conditions & Treatments

Programs & Services

  • Atrial Fibrillation Program
  • Familial Arrhythmia Program