Cardiologists in Fredericksburg, Virginia

Your heart is your hardest working muscle, which is why Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center is here to be your hardest working heart care team. Our experienced heart and vascular specialists are equipped to treat all conditions of the heart and vascular system. From diagnosis through treatment and beyond, we deliver customized, comprehensive care for the best possible outcomes.

Have a question about your heart? Contact Consult-A-Nurse at (888) 685-1610 (DOCS).

Recognition


We are designated by the American College of Cardiology as an Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI—for having a team and procedures in place to offer fast, specialized emergency heart care.

Our full range of cardiac services

When you trust your cardiovascular care to us, you'll benefit from:

  • An individualized care plan created by our multidisciplinary team of cardiologists, respiratory therapists, rehabilitation therapists, occupational therapists, dietitians and social workers
  • A complete continuum of cardiovascular services—including heart screening and imaging, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care—all in one location
  • 24/7 cardiac catheterization lab staffed by skilled specialists and equipped with the latest technology
  • The only Accredited Chest Pain Center with Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) in the greater Fredericksburg area, meaning we provide a fast, skilled response to potential heart attack patients
  • Heart attack treatment times below national averages, getting you the care you need quickly

Heart conditions we treat

Some of the cardiovascular conditions we treat include:

Heart attack signs and symptoms

Some heart attacks can come on suddenly with obvious, intense symptoms, but others may begin with just mild pain and discomfort. Call 911 if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Breaking into a cold sweat
  • Nausea or atypical abdominal pain
  • Pain that travels down one or both arms
  • Pressure, pain or fullness in your chest
  • Shortness of breath
  • Unexplained anxiety
  • Unusual weakness or fatigue

When to go to the emergency room (ER) for chest pain

If you have chest pain or discomfort (or other symptoms of a heart attack), you should call 911 or go to the ER. Don't take chances when it comes to your heart care.

Generally, a patient with chest pain should be evaluated with X-rays and an electrocardiogram (EKG) to give further evidence on the seriousness and nature of the chest pain.

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Cardiology at HCA Virginia

Cardiology is the medical treatment of the heart and parts of the circulatory system as they relate to the heart. Cardiologists specialize in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the cardiovascular system.

Learn about Cardiology