Advanced Heart Care – Respect and Compassion
For more than two decades, Advanced Heart Care has been advancing its mission to provide the best, most advanced cardiovascular services available to small and under-served communities in North Texas and Southeast Oklahoma.
Founded in 1997 as a solo practice in Dallas (with outreach clinics in Paris and Decatur), Advanced Heart Care has quickly spread its philosophy of treating each patient throughout the region with the utmost respect and compassion. The network is now comprised of nine offices staffed by thirteen physicians and five nurse practitioners, all working to advance the mission.
Communities in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex which were previously under-served by well-trained, board certified cardiologists and a full complement of cardiovascular services now have access to:
- A-fib Ablation
- Cardiac Catheterization or Angiography
- Cardiology Consultations
- Cardiovascular Intervention (including Angioplasty)
- Coronary Stent
- Diagnostic Stress Testing
- Electrophysiology Consultations
- Electrophysiology Studies
- Hypercholesterol Treatment
- Hypertension Treatment
- Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator Implantation
- Pacemaker Implantation
- Peripheral Vascular Interventions (including Angioplasty and Stenting)
- Nuclear Cardiology
- Smoking Cessation
- Stress Echocardiograms
- Tilt Table Testing
- Transesophogeal Echocardiography (TEE)
These services are performed by a highly qualified medical staff, armed with the latest information and cardiovascular procedures.
Practice Administrator, Paul Wilkinson has been with Advanced Heart Care since 2000. He holds a Master’s Degree in Health Organizational Management, is an MGMA member and is a nominee to the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Prior to AHC, he worked as a consultant and with academic, large multi-specialty and primary care groups.
Through future expansion across North Texas and Southeast Oklahoma, Advanced Heart Care will continue to help more and more patients make well-informed decisions regarding medical care and treatment. And the utmost respect and compassion will remain the cornerstone.