FAQ - Adult Cardiology
New patients may require a referral from their primary care physician. Please call our offices at 909-558-4200 to make an appointment.
Yes, you will receive a new patient packet which will include:
- History and physical form (also available online)
- Your scheduled physician’s biography card
- Map and directions
- Card to list all your medications
Please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment to allow for parking, additional paperwork and time to relax in order to take an accurate blood pressure reading.
We’re located at the Lobby Level of the Medical Center in the Schuman Pavilion in Suite 1617.
You can park in front of the Medical Center in any guest parking spot or use valet parking located at the front entrance.
To change your appointment, please call the International Heart Institute at 909-558-4200.
Your primary care physician coordinates all of your care and refers you to specialists for conditions they cannot treat. Your primary care doctor may refer you to a cardiologist. The cardiologist will guide your cardiac care, planning tests and treatments.
The attention of a cardiologist may be required if you have a significant heart condition. Consult your doctor if you’re experiencing symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath or dizzy spells.
With a new patient visit, you can expect to spend between 30-60 minutes with a Cardiologist. Any testing with the exception of an EKG will be scheduled at a later time.