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Cardiovascular Diagnostic Outpatient Services

Summa Cardiovascular Institute (SCVI) offers a number of cardiovascular diagnostic services at several convenient locations. Your cardiologist will advise you of the test(s) necessary in order to meet your customized heart care plan. Following are the cardiovascular diagnostic outpatient services available and the locations where they are offered:

Device Clinic: Monitoring of implantable cardiac devices; e.g. pacemakers, implantable defibrillators, and lead extraction.

    Summa Akron City Hospital
    The Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin Pavilion
    95 Arch St., Ste. 370
    Akron, OH
     
    (330) 375-3887 
    Summa Barberton Hospital
    155 5th St., NE
    Barberton, OH

    (330) 615-3916


    Echocardiography: A noninvasive (the skin is not pierced) test that uses sound waves to evaluate the heart’s chambers and valves. The echo sound wavers create an image on the monitor as an ultrasound probe is passed over the heart, providing a graphic record of the heart's position, motion of the walls, or internal parts such as the valves.

    Summa Akron City Hospital
    The Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin Pavilion
    95 Arch St., Ste. 370
    Akron, OH
    (330) 375-3887

    Summa Health Center at White Pond Corporate Park
    789 White Pond Dr., Ste. A
    Akron, OH
    (330) 535-8378


    Summa Barberton Hospital
    155 5th St., NE
    Barberton, OH
    (330) 615-3916

    Summa Health Center at Fulton
    4466 Fulton Dr., NW
    Canton, OH
    (330) 493-9226

    Summa Health Center at Lake Medina
    3780 Medina Rd., Ste. 200
    Medina, OH
    (330) 764-4253

    Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
    195 Wadsworth Rd.
    Wadsworth, OH
    (330) 331-1640 


    EKG (Electrocardiogram): A test that records the electrical activity of the heart, measuring how electrical impulses move through the heart muscle as it contracts and relaxes. Electrodes (small, plastic patches) are placed at certain locations on the chest, arms, and legs, and then connected to the electrocardiogram machine by lead wires to measure the heart’s electrical activity. A report can be printed out for further interpretation by your doctor. The test can show abnormal rhythms (arrhythmias or dysrhythmias), and can sometimes detect heart muscle damage.

    Summa Akron City Hospital
    The Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin Pavilion
    95 Arch St., Ste. 370
    Akron, OH
    (330) 375-3887 

    Summa Barberton Hospital
    155 5th St., NE
    Barberton, OH
    (330) 615-3916 



    Summa Health Center at Lake Medina
    3780 Medina Rd., Ste. 200
    Medina, OH
    (330) 764-4253

    Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
    195 Wadsworth Rd.
    Wadsworth, OH
    (330) 331-1640

    Event Recorder: A small, portable, battery-powered machine used by a patient to record ECG over a long period of time. Patients may keep the recorder for several weeks. Each time symptoms are experienced, the patient presses a button on the recorder to record the ECG sample. As soon as possible, this sample is transmitted to the doctor's office for evaluation.

    Summa Akron City Hospital
    The Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin Pavilion
    95 Arch St., Ste. 370
    Akron, OH
    (330) 375-3887 

    Summa Health Center at White Pond Corporate Park
    789 White Pond Dr., Ste. A
    Akron, OH
    (330) 535-8378 


    Summa Barberton Hospital
    155 5th St., NE
    Barberton, OH
    (330) 615-3916

    Summa Health Center at Fulton
    4466 Fulton Dr., NW
    Canton, OH
    (330) 493-9226

    Summa Health Center at Lake Medina
    3780 Medina Rd., Ste. 200
    Medina, OH
    (330) 764-4253
    Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
    195 Wadsworth Rd.
    Wadsworth, OH
    (330) 331-1640 

    Exercise Stress Testing: A test that is given while a patient walks on a treadmill or pedals a stationary bike to monitor the heart during exercise. Breathing and blood pressure rates are also monitored. A stress test may be used to detect coronary artery disease, and/or to determine safe levels of exercise following a heart attack or heart surgery.

    Summa Akron City Hospital
    The Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin Pavilion
    95 Arch St., Ste. 370
    Akron, OH
    (330) 375-3887

    Summa Health Center at White Pond Corporate Park
    789 White Pond Dr., Ste. A
    Akron, OH
    (330) 535-8378 


    Summa Barberton Hospital
    155 5th St., NE
    Barberton, OH
    (330) 615-3916

    Summa Health Center at Fulton
    4466 Fulton Dr., NW
    Canton, OH
    (330) 493-9226

    Summa Health Center at Lake Medina
    3780 Medina Rd., Ste. 200
    Medina, OH
    (330) 764-4253
    Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
    195 Wadsworth Rd.
    Wadsworth, OH
    (330) 331-1640 

    Holter: A small, portable, battery-powered ECG machine worn by a patient to record heartbeats on tape over a period of 24 to 48 hours during normal activities. At the end of the time period, the monitor is returned to the doctor's office so the tape can be read and evaluated.

    Summa Akron City Hospital
    The Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin Pavilion
    95 Arch St., Ste. 370
    Akron, OH
    (330) 375-3887 

    Summa Health Center at White Pond Corporate Park
    789 White Pond Dr., Ste. A
    Akron, OH
    (330) 535-8378


    Summa Barberton Hospital
    155 5th St., NE
    Barberton, OH
    (330) 615-3916

    Summa Health Center at Fulton
    4466 Fulton Dr., NW
    Canton, OH
    (330) 493-9226

    Summa Health Center at Lake Medina
    3780 Medina Rd., Ste. 200
    Medina, OH
    (330) 764-4253
    Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
    195 Wadsworth Rd.
    Wadsworth, OH
    (330) 331-1640 

    Nuclear Cardiology: A radioactive tracer (radionuclide) is injected into a vein and is distributed into the heart. A gamma camera ism then used to take pictures of the heart with rest, exercise, or medication-induced stress testing. These cardiac images help to identify coronary heart disease, the severity of prior heart attacks, and the risk of future heart attacks.

      Summa Akron City Hospital
      The Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin Pavilion
      95 Arch St., Ste. 370
      Akron, OH

      (330) 375-3887 

      Summa Health Center at White Pond Corporate Park
      789 White Pond Dr., Ste. A
      Akron, OH

      (330) 535-8378 


      Summa Barberton Hospital
      155 5th St., NE
      Barberton, OH

      (330) 615-3916

      Summa Health Center at Fulton
      4466 Fulton Dr., NW
      Canton, OH

      (330) 493-9226 

      Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
      195 Wadsworth Rd.
      Wadsworth, OH

      (330) 331-1640 

       

      Noninvasive Vascular: Imaging technologies such as ultrasound and Doppler imaging are used to diagnose circulation problems in the arms, legs, arteries of the neck, and in the abdomen that can indicate a blockage caused by plaque or a blood clot.   

        Summa Akron City Hospital
        The Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin Pavilion
        95 Arch St., Ste. 370
        Akron, OH

        (330) 375-3887 

        Summa Health Center at White Pond Corporate Park
        789 White Pond Dr., Ste. A
        Akron, OH

        (330) 535-8378 


        Summa Barberton Hospital
        155 5th St., NE
        Barberton, OH

        (330) 615-3916

        Summa Health Center at Fulton
        4466 Fulton Dr., NW
        Canton, OH

        (330) 493-9226 

        Summa Health Center at Lake Medina
        3780 Medina Rd., Ste. 200
        Medina, OH

        (330) 764-4253 
        Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital
        195 Wadsworth Rd.
        Wadsworth, OH
        (330) 331-1640 
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