First Coast Heart & Vascular Center is pleased to welcome Dr. Gayle Martin and her staff will be joining First Coast Heart & Vascular Center effective November 1st. The two cardiology practices will continue to provide services under one name, First Coast Heart & Vascular Center. She will be located in our new Fleming office…Details
First Coast Heart & Vascular Center offers patient education and shares information on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular diseases.
At First Coast Heart & Vascular Center, we believe that the first step toward a healthy heart starts with patient education and with the countless the selections that we all make every day. We believe a well-informed patient will make healthier lifestyle decisions. To that end, we want to help educate our patients so that they can be an empowered patient.
First Coast Heart & Vascular Center advises patients to lead a healthy lifestyle and practice preventive care. First Coast Heart & Vascular Center also strongly supports the primary care doctor relationship as a course to improved overall health. We work with your primary care physician so that we can better ensure coordinated, suitable medical treatment. Your First Coast Heart & Vascular Center cardiologist will make sure to keep your family physician informed of the care you receive from us.
At First Coast Heart & Vascular Center, we believe that it is important that our patients understand their medical diagnosis, tests, and treatment plan for their heart and vascular diseases. Patient education is a big part of what we do every day. Our goal is to provide all of our patients with the highest level of expertise, as well as continuity of care. Our biggest satisfaction comes from taking care of our patients.
We are excited to announce that we have moved our Fleming Island office to a new location! Effective November 1st, 2018 our new Fleming Island office we will be located at 4565 Highway 17, Suite 106, Fleming Island, 32003. The office complex is located just north of the Dunkin Donuts on Highway 17. Our phone…Details
Bringing new EP Technology to St. Augustine Great News about Dr. Neil Sanghvi and Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine. Together we are creating a new EP lab and ablation program. Flagler Hospital has committed resources to build a 1,000 square foot, state of the art hybird EP lab. The goal is to create one of…Details
Welcome Dr. Sunil Singh! We are pleased to add another Interventional Cardiologist to our practice. Dr. Sunil Singh is originally from New York where he attended medical school at New York University School of Medicine. He completed his Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship at Hofstra North Shore LIJ School of Medicine. Most recently he completed his Interventional…Details
We are very excited to welcome Dr. Punita Kaveti to our practice! Dr. Kaveti is originally from India. She attended Osmania Medical College. She trained at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA for Internal Medicine. Later, Dr. Kaveti trained at University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM where she received a Cardiology Fellowship. She…Details
First Coast Heart & Vascular Center is pleased to announce that Michael J. Koren, MD and his staff from Apex Cardiovascular have joined the practice. The two cardiology practices will continue to provide services under one name, First Coast Heart & Vascular Center. Dr. Koren and his staff have moved to First Coast Heart &…Details
The majority of people living with diabetes understand that they have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. But the following statistics show clearly that there is a strong link between heart disease and diabetes. As many as 68 percent of people age 65 and older with diabetes die from some form of heart disease. Approximately…Details
Is there a connection between AFib and Dementia? One of the most comprehensive studies to date has revealed more evidence that people diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AFib), a type of rapid or irregular heartbeat may be at greater risk for cognitive decline and dementia. The new study doesn’t conclude if the association is more than…Details
Today heart disease is America’s number one killer, but, unlike many diseases, there isn’t a specific age to start screening for heart or vascular disease. Your primary care doctor may refer you to a cardiologist if you have risk factors for cardiovascular disease or you are exhibiting symptoms that suggest that it may already be…Details