The Best Heart Doctors In Long Island
What makes Heart and Health Medical the most trusted Heart Specialists in Long Island?
- Over 20 Years of Experience Providing Cardiology Care
- Focus On Preventative Care & Customer Service
- Accepts Most Insurances
- Affiliated with Long Island’s Major Hospitals
- Award-Winning Medical Providers
- Four Long Island Office Locations In Nassau & Suffolk Counties
- State-of-the-Art Medical Facilities
- Telemedicine Available
The Best Heart Specialists In Long Island
The Heart and Health Medical Cardiology team is expertly skilled and professional in their area of work. Each member is trained in the latest technology trends to treat the patients for the best possible outcomes. Our cardiologists are passionate about their job, proactive in their treatment, and dedicated to the care of their patients.
We aim towards being the best by providing the right care and attention to the patients for preventing heart disease. The best possible care starts with our patient relationships, before treating our patients, we first think about how we would like to be treated if we were the patients. Of course, everybody wants to be treated in the most effective way, and our compassionate cardiologists do the same.
We integrate the highest standards of quality in our services. Only the most experienced cardiologists are a part of our team. We want to redefine the healthcare industry through the integrated delivery approach that further helps in the wellness of those whom we serve.
When To See A Heart Specialist?
Cardiovascular Conditions & Diseases
- Angina (Chest Pain)
- Coronary Artery Disease
- Heart Attack
- Heart Valve Disease
- Pulmonary heart disease – Pulmonary hypertension
- Congestive heart failure
- Heart murmurs
- Patent foramen ovale (PFO)
- Hypertensive heart disease
- Ischemic heart disease – Ischemic cardiomyopathy
- Atrial septal defect (ASD)
- Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM/ HOCM)
- Congenital heart diseases
- Atrial myxoma
- High blood pressure
- Mitral Valve Prolapse
Symptoms of Cardiovascular Disease
- Abnormal heartbeats that feel fluttering, pounding, or rapid.
- Angina – chest pain
- Chest discomfort or chest pain
- Fainting or near fainting
- Getting out of breath (breathlessness) while at rest or with exertion
- Heart rhythm changes
- Numbness, pain, coldness, or weakness in your arms or legs.
- Pain occurring in the jaw, back, neck, throat, or upper abdomen
- Persistent or dry cough
- Racing heartbeat
- Shortness of breath
- Slow heartbeat
- Swollen ankles, legs, and feet
- Unusual spots or skin rashes
Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease
- Family history
- High blood pressure
- Physical inactivity
- High cholesterol
- Gender (males are at an increased risk)
- Elevated C-reactive protein