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Cardiac Cath Lab

Warren Memorial Hospital has expanded our cardiovascular services with the addition of a cardiac catheterization (cath) lab. Cardiac catheterization is a minimally invasive way to access blood vessels around the heart in order to capture diagnostic images and/or treat blockages.

Our cath lab in Front Royal offers patients more local access to high-quality diagnostic and interventional services. We are collaborating with highly experienced cardiologists and vascular surgeons from Valley Health's Heart & Vascular Center at Winchester Medical Center to offer a range of outpatient services including diagnostic caths, non-surgical coronary interventions (PCI) and peripheral vascular interventions. For patients who need additional testing or interventions such as surgery, we work closely with the WMC Heart & Vascular team to provide coordinated care.

Other Cardiovascular Services

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The availability of cardiac catheterization services is a logical extension of cardiovascular services already offered by Warren Memorial Hospital, including EKG, nuclear stress testing, echocardiograms and cardiac CT for calcium scoring. We have been a fully-accredited Chest Pain Center since 2012, earning recognition by the American College of Cardiology for our demonstrated expertise and commitment in treating patients with chest pain who may be experiencing a heart attack. We offer Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, a medically supervised exercise and education program designed to benefit individuals who have a heart condition or lung disease.

Valley Health is committed to making specialist care more accessible in our local communities. We work in partnership with highly-experienced physicians on our Heart & Vascular team so you can see a specialist closer to home. Valley Health Warren Memorial Hospital Multispecialty Clinic in Front Royal offers cardiology services with cardiologists James Anderson, MD, Neal Gaither, MD, and Trisha Nashed, MD. For more information, call 540-636-0627.

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