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Now Scheduling Telehealth Appointments
Hoag is here for our community and wants to ensure you continue to receive world-class care as we face COVID-19. In an effort to keep you safe at home, Hoag has launched the ability to schedule cardiac surgery appointments via phone or video.
How to Schedule a Telehealth Appointment?
When you call your physician’s office, they will ask if you’d like to schedule a telehealth appointment. Telehealth appointments can be done via a phone call or through video. A staff member will then walk you through the steps related to completing a telehealth appointment.
Please note: Not all appointments can be done virtually. Your physician’s office will let you know what appointments can be done via phone or video, and what appointments are necessary to be done in person. Hoag continues to follow CDC recommendations to ensure our facilities are cleaned and sanitized for patients.
For more COVID-19 related information, visit Helpful Information about the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Consultation and Screening
Symptoms of heart valve disease include, but are not limited to: shortness of breath, swelling of feet, heart palpitations, chest pain, fainting, frequent falls, fatigue and/or decreased endurance. Hoag Heart Valve Center offers early detection screening for individuals with a family history of valve disease, individuals who have been told they have a heart murmur, or who are experiencing symptoms of heart valve disease. In addition, those who are interested in finding out whether or not they are at risk for VHD can also make an appointment.
- Schedule an on-site limited exam to screen for valve disease, Cardiology or Echocardiogram Evaluation.
- On-site consultation with Natesa Pandian, MD, an internationally recognized cardiologist with valve and echocardiogram expertise.
- On-site consultation with one of Hoag’s cardiac surgeons with extensive experience in valve repair
For more information about Hoag Heart Valve Center’s state-of-the-art early detection program for valvular heart disease, please call 949-764-5871.