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Ridgecrest Cardiology

At Ridgecrest Regional Hospital’s Cardiology Clinic, we provide access to specialized and comprehensive cardiovascular care that focuses on assessment, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation. Our board-certified physicians, registered nurses, and support staff take a patient-centered approach to care, meaning we don’t just listen to your heart—we listen to you!

Our trusted cardiology department serves patients throughout Ridgecrest and the Greater Kern County area, and our center offers:

  • Full-time outpatient cardiac care
  • Non-invasive vascular testing
  • Pacemaker Clinic and surgical implant of both pacemakers and defibrillator devices
  • Non-invasive cardiology testing
  • Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation

Our cardiology staff is standing by to help direct you toward the care you need. Call our team at (760) 499-3277 or reach out through our online contact form.

Comprehensive Cardiac Testing in Ridgecrest

The first step in establishing a personalized treatment plan is to understand the nature and scope of your heart issue. Our Cardiology Clinic offers a wide range of tests to help diagnose heart problems.

If your primary care physician has recommended testing, our team will walk you through every aspect of our process, so you feel comfortable throughout. Other clear signs that diagnostic testing may be needed include chest pain, palpitations, fatigue, shortness of breath, leg swelling and cramping, and the presence of Varicose veins.

Our testing services include:

  • Cardiac stress test
  • ABI
  • Cardiac monitoring
  • Holter Monitor
  • Echocardiogram
  • EEG’s

Our Trusted Ridgecrest Cardiologist Put Your Heart Health First

Because heart disease often has no noticeable symptoms, many people don’t realize they have a problem until a major event like a heart attack or stroke occurs—which is one of the reasons why heart disease is the biggest killer in the United States. To combat this, it is important to not only stay on top of your blood pressure, blood cholesterol level, diet, and lifestyle, but to also understand risk factors. Our cardiology team can help you manage many of your risk factors for heart disease, so you can take your heart health into your own hands.

Risk factors for heart disease include, but are not limited to:

  • Diets that are high in fat, cholesterol, or sodium
  • High blood pressure
  • Stress
  • Lack of physical activity
  • Smoking
  • Diabetes
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
  • A family history of heart disease

At RRH, we understand how troubling heart problems can be, which is why we not only focus on testing and treating the issue, but also offer rehabilitation solutions through our Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program. This program is designed to improve the quality of life for our patients and is tailored to their specific needs. From helping patients navigate nutrition, physical activity, and stress levels to sharing resources and matching you with experts, our Ridgecrest cardiologists want you to feel confident that you are in good hands every step of your journey.

To learn more about our cardiac tests and treatments, or to schedule an appointment, call our staff today at (760) 499-3277.

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