Emory Johns Creek Hospital (PHOTO: Emory Hospital)

Emory heart and vascular center expanding in N. Fulton, Forsyth

Emory Heart and Vascular Center is expanding services to offer patients a wide range of care in Cumming and Johns Creek. 

The center has opened a new practice in Cumming and is increasing its services and access in Johns Creek.

In Cumming, the office includes six physicians and one physician assistant. Patients will have access to cardiology, interventional cardiology, cardiac electrophysiology, therapeutic and diagnostic cardiology testing services. It is located at 634 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 100.

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Emory Johns Creek Hospital, located at 6325 Hospital Parkway, is increasing access to services including cardiac electrophysiologists — doctors who help diagnose abnormal heart rhythms. 

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“Emory has one of the country’s most comprehensive and innovative treatment programs for heart rhythm disorders,” says Angel Leon, MD, interim director of the Division of Cardiology, Emory School of Medicine. “Anyone who is experiencing palpitations, heart racing or other rhythm symptoms can visit Emory Johns Creek Hospital or one of our other screening locations to determine if their condition is serious and requires treatment by a specialist.”

To learn more or make an appointment in Cumming or Johns Creek, please call 404-778-7777.

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