An arrhythmia occurs when the electrical signals in the heart do not function
properly, causing the heart to beat too fast, too slow or irregularly.
There are many
types of arrhythmia that can impact the heart, which is why it’s important to seek care
from an expert healthcare provider experienced in evaluating and treating
the full array of heart rhythm disorders and other heart conditions.
Jay H. Lee, M.D. Discusses Hoag's Arrhythmia Management Program
Why Choose Hoag for Arrhythmia Management?
Experience and Outcomes – With more than 20 years of experience in arrhythmia management,
Hoag is a recognized leader in the
diagnosis of arrhythmia and treatment of all types of arrhythmia with superior patient outcomes
that rival national figures. Being a high-volume institute enables the
cardiovascular team at Hoag to achieve a technical skill level not all
facilities can match.
Physician Expertise – Hoag’s
expert cardiovascular team includes highly trained cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, electrophysiologists
(cardiologists who specialize in heart rhythm disorders) and other specialists
who work closely to diagnose and
treat arrhythmia, as well as other heart conditions. Together, this multidisciplinary team
provides streamlined access to a full array of advanced cardiac care tailored
to the individual.
Innovative Technology & Treatment – Hoag’s commitment to remaining at the forefront of innovative
technology and progressive treatment options enables its dedicated team
of cardiovascular experts to deliver exceptional patient care. From the
latest technologies for accurate
screening and diagnosis to the full gamut of
state-of-the-art treatment options, Hoag patients at HHVI achieve some of the highest clinical outcomes in
State-of-the-Art Patient-Centered Care – Hoag’s commitment to providing revolutionary patient-centered
care is evident in its recently renovated and expanded state-of-the-art
facility. The new
Jeffrey M. Carlton Heart & Vascular Institute provides not only enhanced patient comfort and safety, but also offers
the latest leading-edge technologies for accurately evaluating and treating
the full array of cardiovascular conditions, including the new
Allan & Sandy Fainbarg Electrophysiology Cath Lab Suite – the first of its kind in Orange County.
Research – Hoag physicians are actively involved in progressive research and
clinical trials enabling greater access to advanced cardiovascular care.
Meet Our Physician Team
Under the direction of Electrophysiologist
Jay Lee, M.D., Jeffrey M. Carlton Heart & Vascular Institute’s highly experienced
Electrophysiology Physician Team continues to lead the way in advanced
arrhythmia care. To find a cardiac arrhythmia specialist near you call
us at 877-340-4642.