Listening to the Beat of Your Heart

Did you know approximately 2.7 million Americans have an abnormal heart rhythm known as atrial fibrillation (AFib)?

AFib is a serious heart rhythm disorder that causes the heart's two upper chambers to contract very fast and irregularly.

As a recognized leader in state-of-the-art arrhythmia management, the multidisciplinary team of experts at Hoag’s Jeffrey M. Carlton Heart & Vascular Institute performs some of the most complex heart rhythm procedures available in the nation.

Hoag’s commitment to remaining at the forefront of innovative technology and progressive treatment options enables the highly trained cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, electrophysiologists and other specialists to deliver exceptional patient care tailored to the individual.

Hoag’s state-of-the-art facilities provide not only enhanced patient comfort and safety, but also offer the latest leading-edge technologies for accurately evaluating and treating cardiac arrhythmias, including the Allan & Sandy Fainbarg Electrophysiology Cath Lab Suite – the first of its kind in Orange County.

Advanced diagnostic and treatment technology available at Hoag includes:

  • Atrial appendage occlusion, both surgical and non-surgical approaches
  • Catheter ablation
  • Hybrid combined catheter ablation and minimally invasive surgical procedure
  • Mini Maze Procedure
  • Topera RhythmView – State-of-the-art diagnostic mapping tool

Hoag physicians are also actively involved in progressive research and clinical trials enabling greater access to advanced cardiovascular care.

For more information, call 888-798-2901.