A clinical cardiac electrophysiologist is a cardiologist who specializes in diagnosing and treating abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) using cardiac imaging, electrophysiology studies, and procedures like cardioversion. Cardiac electrophysiologists care for people with serious and life-threatening arrhythmias, including atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia. They are also highly skilled in preventive care to reduce the risk of arrhythmias and associated complications.
A cardiac electrophysiologist typically:
A clinical cardiac electrophysiologist may also be known by the following names: cardiac electrophysiologist, heart arrhythmia doctor, heart rhythm doctor, cardiologist, and heart doctor.
There are 2943 specialists practicing Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology in the United States with an overall average rating of 4.3 stars. There are 2179 hospitals in the United States with affiliated Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology specialists, including Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical Center, Cedars - Sinai Medical Center and Memorial Hermann Northwest Hospital.