Salisbury: 410-749-8906 Berlin: 410-641-3794 Primary Care: 410-543-8240
Thank You for choosing Peninsula Cardiology Associates, P.A., for your cardiology care. We specialize in the medical diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of the heart and blood vessels. Your heart and its care are very important to us. Each of our physicians is certified by both the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Cardiovascular Disease. Our office staff has many years of experience in caring for your special needs as an individual. Together, we want to make your experience with Peninsula Cardiology a comfortable one.
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If you are currently experiencing chest pains, CALL 911 immediately for emergency care.
Our cardiology offices are open from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. To make a new appointment or change an existing cardiology appointment, contact our Salisbury office at 410-749-8906, our Berlin office at 410-641-3794 or visit our Patient Portal.
Most appointments are scheduled between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. We will always try to honor your request for a particular physician. Otherwise, you will be scheduled with the most available physician at the requested appointment time.
The vascular lab uses non-invasive diagnostic tools to evaluate for a wide variety of vascular conditions. Majority of the exams involves the use ultrasound to image and evaluate blood flow in specific arteries and veins.
The nuclear medicine department at Peninsula Cardiology utilizes gamma radiation to obtain vital cardiac information. There are three types of testing in the nuclear medicine department. They areNuclear Stress Tests, MUGA Scans, and PET Scans.
Electrophysiology is the study of the heart’s electrical or conduction system.
An EKG is a diagnostic test that is used to evaluate your heart rate, rhythm, and can be used as a tool to help diagnose other cardiac abnormalities.
An echocardiogram is an ultrasound test of the heart. Stress echocardiogram combines a treadmill test with an echocardiogram. This test will help your physician determine if there are areas of your heart, which do not receive enough blood supply due to possible coronary artery disease.