Cardiac Care

Addressing a heart condition begins with an accurate diagnosis, using a combination of the latest technology and the expertise of a talented team of cardiac professionals—AHN Grove City offers both.



This non-invasive test is simple and painless and uses electrodes attached to the chest to record the heart’s electrical activity.

Holter Monitor

A holter monitor is worn close to the body for 24-48 hours to monitor the heart’s activity during normal daily activities.

Event Monitor

A cardiac event monitor is a device used to monitor patients with transient cardiac symptoms. This monitor can be worn for up to 30 days, and can normally store approximately 5 “cardiac events” usually lasting 30-60 seconds in duration.

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor

No larger than a cell phone, this monitor measures blood pressure at intervals, noting fluctuations throughout the day, providing a truer picture. This is especially helpful for patients who experience ‘white coat syndrome’ when having their pressure taken at their physician’s office.

Stress Test

During a stress test, a patient walks briskly on a treadmill while connected to a heart monitor. Images taken before and after the physical activity, as well as the read out of the monitor, provide the physician with an accurate report of the condition of the heart.

Low-Risk Cardiac Catheterization

Cardiac catheterization is performed by a cardiologist and detects blocked arteries, valve defects, or heart muscle damage. It can also confirm that the heart is normal, providing reassurance that a patient’s symptoms are not related to heart problems.

A cardiologist performs cardiac catheterization by placing a thin flexible tube, or catheter, into a blood vessel and advancing it to the heart so that it can show the pumping ability of the heart and the blood flow through the coronary arteries.

Cardiac Rehab

Following a cardiac event, such as a heart attack or an interventional procedure, patients benefit greatly from AHN Grove City’s 12-week rehabilitation program, which helps them return to their activities of daily living. Through the program, patients exercise under the direct supervision of specially-trained nurses, who also help them develop an individualized plan for lifestyle changes, including diet and fitness, to avoid further cardiac issues.

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