Dr. Van Crisco and his team received a five star review from a patient who recently received care at our Outpatient Cath Lab: “All staff was excellent and put up with my nervous sense of humor. Thank you to all, especially Dr. Crisco.” – C.W. Our state-of-the-art, free-standing Cath Lab is a convenient location where patients can receive high-quality imaging and interventional care from our clinical team, in a far more comfortable environment than any hospital. #patientreview#cathlab
Congratulations, Dr. Miciah Jones! He recently completed his fellowship and has now earned the designation of Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC). Dr. Jones is an interventional cardiologist at First Coast Heart & Vascular Center with expertise in preventive cardiology, general cardiology, acute heart attack care, and both non-invasive and interventional management of peripheral and coronary artery disease.
Incredible work being done at First Coast Heart and Vascular! Dr Sunil Singh had an 84 year old male patient, with a failing surgical mitral valve along with increasing heart failure symptoms. He performed the minimally invasive transcatheter mitral valve replacement with an Edwards Sapien S3 valve. Patient is expected to see a great improvement in his heart failure symptoms! To learn more about Dr Singh or any of our wonderful doctors, please visit https://www.firstcoastheart.com/our-physicians/
To make an appointment at any one of our 9 locations, please call: Duval: (904) 423-0010 Clay: (904) 375-8100 St. Johns: (904) 342-8300 Flagler and Putnam: (386) 446-9966
Dr. Ameeth Vedre, a General Cardiologist for First Coast Heart and Vascular, will be presenting an educational webinar on Monday, July 27th at 12:30 pm. The topic will be: Cardiovascular Prevention 2020: The Other Pandemic. There will be a chance to ask questions via chat, so bring your all your cardiology questions for Dr. Vedre!
Congratulations to Dr. Sunil Singh, on becoming a fellow of The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (FSCAI). FSCAI is a mark of excellence among interventional cardiologists. This is a very prestigious honor for him and we at First Coast Heart and Vascular are glad to have Dr Sunil Singh as part of our practice. Dr. Singh is seeing patients currently in our Jacksonville and Fleming Island offices.
We are so excited to announce the opening of our new cardiology office in Palm Coast, FL. We will be seeing cardiology patients from surrounding areas including Flagler county, Palm Coast, Ormond Beach and Bunnell.
Stop by and visit us soon! We are located at 26 Office Park, Suite B, Palm Coast, FL 32137.
For a map click here.
The topic will be: Under Pressure – Learn how your sex can impact your blood pressure and heart health.
High blood pressure is the most common risk for cardiovascular disease in the U.S., affecting one in three adults. Did you know that after menopause, a woman’s chance of developing high blood pressure becomes greater than a man’s?
Learn more about:
The risk factors for developing high blood pressure.
The causes of heart disease in men & women.
Increased risk of heart disease based on ethnicity.
Dr. Kevin Hayes
Dr. Hayes is well rounded in all aspects of cardiology but has a focus on cardiac imaging. He is very passionate about making a difference in the lives of his cardiac patients by educating them on their cardiovascular disease and allowing them to be involved in the decision making process.
Yesterday one of our patients came to see Dr. Dinesh Pubbi to have her pacemaker checked. Unfortunately the patient was unable to get out of the car and into our building. Dr. Pubbi with the help from several of our staff and one of our Boston Scientific reps – Jamie Kirkley, took our equipment out to the patient in her car. Talk about curb service! Thanks everyone for going the extra mile!
What does your sex have to do with it? How to keep your heart ticking.
Join us for a FREE presentation, lunch, and discussion with heart expert Dr. Neil Sanghvi. The event will be held Wednesday, July 29 from Noon to 1pm at the WJCT Studios.
You will benefit from attending this event if you are interested in learning about the facts, symptoms, and treatments of irregular heart rhythms as well as understand the differences between women and men when it comes to heart care.
Surprising but true: Heart failure is more common in women than men, yet women receive treatment 2X less often than men. The focus of this community heart education talk is to discuss available therapies to treat irregular heartbeats and how women are treated differently than men.
Learn more about:
How to decide if a cardiac device is right for uou and life after implant.
The role of catheter ablation for the treatment of atrial fibrillation (Afib).
Men are Mars and Women are from Venus. Does it matter?
Dr. Sanghvi is recognized as a leader in the field of clinical electrophysiology. His interests include atrial fibrillation, novel techniques for stroke prevention, and device therapy for heart failure and irregular rhythms.