Excellent Outcomes the First Time
We have achieved some of the lowest complication rates associated with catheter ablation. In the past two years, fewer than 10% of our patients have needed a repeat ablation -- a rate less than half the average.
Access to Clinical Trials
Our involvement in the latest ablation research means you have access to the most recent treatment advances. For example, we performed one of the region’s first laser balloon ablation procedures, which uses a laser to ablate an arrhythmia like atrial fibrillation. In our clinical trials, we constantly test new techniques and devices that aim to shorten procedures, reduce complications, and improve long-term cure rates.
Novel Mapping Technology, Greater Precision
Computerized catheter mapping combined with sophisticated imaging helps us determine exactly which locations in your heart are causing the arrhythmia, so we can more accurately target them for ablation and increase the accuracy of the procedure. We have expertise in several novel computer-based mapping and navigation systems, which helps enhance precision and shorten procedure times.