We’re extremely pleased to join the national cardiology community in applauding Dr. Mark Willcox, electrophysiologist at AHVI, for his ground-breaking study into the effectiveness of top heart monitors. As a result of his research, Dr. Willcox found that human technicians detected arrythmias twice as often as automated algorithms. As a study initially designed to compare Read More
The Alaska Heart Beat Blog
The “Alaska Heart Beat Blog” is dedicated to informing patients about numerous areas of cardiovascular health and prevention. It primarily focuses on the importance of being screened for cardiovascular disease and the risk factors associated with it, as well as information about varicose veins and venous insufficiencies.
If you have more detailed questions about the Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute, its Vein Clinic, or imaging and diagnostic testing services, please call 907-561-3211 for information or to book an appointment.
Our office continues to experience an influx of call volumes and we have recently upgraded our phone system and hired additional staff to help us provide better service to each of you. Please listen to the entire message before making a selection. Doing this will increase the likeliness of connecting to the correct person who Read More
In recognition of outstanding service on behalf of the Heart Rhythm Society, Ms. Racenet, MSN, FNP, FHRS, CEPS, CCDS, was honored for her professional leadership and dedication to furthering the field of clinical cardiac Electrophysiology (EP). As a cornerstone of cardiology, EP is a medical field devoted to the management of abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias). Read More
Today, more than one million Americans serve in the National Guard and Reserve, representing over half our nation’s military. These brave men and women have committed their lives to the service of their country’s national defense—yet, many struggle to find support as they navigate balancing their military and civilian lives. Hoping to encourage greater reprieve Read More