Our interventional cardiologists perform hundreds of cardiac catheterizations every month, averaging between 1,600-2,000 cardiac catheterizations each year. Collectively, our team includes board-certified interventional cardiologists, electrophysiologists (EP physicians), cardiac nurses and technicians bringing you the experience you need in caring for your heart.
About 75% of our catheterizations are done using radial artery access. An interventional cardiologist places a catheter in the radial artery in your wrist instead of in the femoral artery in your groin. Radial artery access offers you many advantages. You will have less bleeding, fewer complications and a shorter hospital stay. You will be able to get out of bed and walk around soon after the procedure.