All physicians within the cardiology practice provide clinical consultation, including heart evaluation and assessment to determine the patient's risk of developing heart disease.
The evaluation includes a review of the patient's medical history and a physical assessment of the body. An electrocardiogram (ECG) is often performed to help determine the condition of the patient's heart. The physician may also order additional tests if needed.
After the evaluation is complete, the physician will develop an individualized treatment plan for the patient and give a full report to the referring physician.