Cardiology at Longmont United Hospital

Longmont United Hospital has an exclusive cardiology physician team who perform cardiology services only at Longmont United Hospital. This gives to the opportunity for the communities the Hospital serves to receive the fastest and safest emergency cardiac care. Our cardiology physicians are very close proximity when on call. The Cardiac Catheterization Lab team works together every day to provide the best care for our patients.

We have a wide range of tools to answer questions about the heart by offering a full range of non-invasive technologies including Cardiac CAT Scan, Cardiac MRI, Nuclear Imaging, Carotid scans, and the very latest 3D Cardiac Echo technology. A specialized cardiac rehabilitation program is offered at our on-site fitness facility.

Our Heart Care Team of cardiologists, cardiology nurses, cardiac rehabilitation nurses, care coordinator and dedicated staff are available to provide both scheduled and emergency heart care in a compassionate and personalized environment.


Cardiac Catheterization 24/7

From Cardiovascular Technologists to Critical Care Nurses, our Cardiac Cath Lab Team provides 24-hour coverage to any emergency heart care without exception. Our commitment to the community is to provide quick coronary artery intervention, if needed, to heart attack patients arriving in our Emergency Department.

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Emergency cardiac catheterization care includes Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (balloons and stents) through transradial catheterization. This innovative technology will provide you with a very short recovery time. The cardiac catheterization labs are also available for scheduled cardiac testing.

Pacemaker and Pacemaker / defibrillator implantation for cardiac rhythm management issues is available for patients in need.