New cardio center to open at GRHealth

GRHealth’s Heart and Cardiovascular Services will open a new center on campus May 18. The Cardiovascular Center 15th Street will be located at 937 15th Street, Augusta, Georgia, 30912 – the site of the former sports medicine center.

The center will house general cardiology, interventional cardiology, cardiac rehabilitation, and an outpatient echocardiography lab. All services will be available beginning May 18, except for cardiac rehabilitation, which will be available June 1. The center will offer state-of-the-art cardiac rehabilitation monitoring equipment and on-site cardiology diagnostic testing, in addition to convenient parking and close proximity to hospital-based services.

GRHealth’s Heart and Cardiovascular Services will continue to see patients at its two other locations, which include the following with their corresponding services:

  • Cardiovascular Center Chafee Avenue – 1003 Chafee Avenue:
    • Cardiothoracic surgery and vascular surgery pre- and post-operation appointments
    • Electrophysiology
    • Outpatient vascular lab
  • Medical center – 1120 15th Street: In-patient procedures, including catheterization, echocardiography, electrophysiology, and surgery
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