If you have heart disease you're not alone. The American Heart Association (AHA) estimates that 79,400,000 (1 in 3) American adults are living with cardiovascular disease (CVD). The Polyclinic cardiology department's physicians specialize in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all diseases of the heart, coronary arteries and heart valves.
At The Polyclinic you can rely on our experienced, board-certified cardiologists to use the latest technological advances available in cardiology today, at our clinic and the First Hill, Providence and Issaquah campuses of Swedish Medical Center.
Our cardiology services include cardiac wellness and prevention as well as diagnosis and treatment of coronary heart disease, valve disease, hypertension, CVD, heart rhythm conditions, fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) and congestive heart failure. Other services include but are not limited to:
- Coronary artery atherectomy
- Coronary artery angioplasty
- Stent placement
- Cardiac arrhythmia detection and monitoring
- Cardiac electrophysiology studies
- Radiofrequency ablation of arrhythmia
- Pacemaker placement
- Defibrillator placement
Heart Imaging Studies
- Echocardiography and exercise "stress" echocardiography
- Nuclear studies of the heart muscle, perfusion and function
- Coronary calcium studies
- CT coronary angiography
- Diagnostic cardiac catheterization studies
- Lipid clinic (individualized help with lipids management for patients at high risk for cardiovascular disease)
- Anticoagulation clinic (individualized help in managing the use of blood thinners)
- Pacemaker and defibrillator clinic
Would you like to see one of our cardiologists?
We want your doctor visit as successful and productive as possible. If this is your first time scheduling with a cardiologist at The Polyclinic, we will need:
- A referral from your doctor (primary care provider or another specialist)
- Recent medical records (medical history, scan reports, EKG reports, lab work results, and any other medical studies)
To make your appointment most productive, here are a few things the Patient Service Representative may ask about when you call:
- Do you have a primary care provider (PCP), here at The Polyclinic or elsewhere?
- Who referred you to The Polyclinic Cardiology?
- Have you already received a diagnosis about your condition? If so, what was your diagnosis?
- What imaging and other medical studies have you had done related to this condition? (You will need to have them sent to us prior to your appointment.)
- Are you currently on any medications or undergoing treatment related to this condition?
Once you’ve collected this information, please call The Polyclinic Cardiology at (206) 860-2302 to speak to a Patient Service Representative.