Welcome Message From Our Cardiologist - Dr. Ashok Garg:
Arizona Heart Clinic was envisioned by Dr. Ashok Garg to provide an exceptional experience of comprehensive and compassionate care to patients with Heart diseases and those overweight. With this mission, the Clinic has decided to set the following high goals for itself.
We evaluate our patients thoroughly, answer their questions patiently, and do not put a limit on the time spent with our patients, this way we strive to provide the highest level of satisfaction.
State of the Art Equipment:
Our Clinic has the state of the art equipment to diagnose and treat heart problems including Echocardiogram, Cardiac stress Test, Holter Monitoring, Wireless 24-hours Event recorders, Tilt Table testing, Testing for Peripheral artery disease, Pacemaker and Implantable Defibrillator checks. However, we value even more the compassionate care provided by our physicians and staff members.
Heart Disease Prevention Value Packages:
Heart disease prevention is unfortunately not reimbursed by Insurance companies. We offer two special value packages for early detection of heart disease attempting to prevent serious heart illness later in life.
High School/College students – Pre-sports Heart Screening package
Both packages include Consultation, Electrocardiogram, Echocardiogram. Heart Protection Package also includes an additional Cardiac Stress test.
We specialized in procedures, including Pacemaker and Implantable Defibrillator implantation, Ablation of cardiac arrhythmias, and use of LARIAT device, to stop using Coumadin/ warfarin for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation.
To schedule an appointment please call (602) 923-2222 (Phoenix Office) or (480) 264-6655 (Mesa Office).
About Dr. Ashok Garg, M.D.
Dr. Ashok Garg M.D. is a Board Certified Physician. He did his medical school from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences,
New Delhi, the leading medical school in India. He did his training in
Cardiac Electrophysiology (Advanced training in Heart Rhythm diseases)
and Cardiology (Training in Heart Diseases) from the University of California at San Diego.