For Patients An Overview
Buckeye Heart & Vascular Center is a full-service diagnostics testing, imaging, and treatment facility. Our physicians are specially trained in various aspects of cardiology and vascular medicine, including electrophysiology, minimally invasive treatments, and diagnostic testing and imaging.
Dr. Sukir Sinnathamby, Dr. B.K Srivastava, and Dr. Mark E Krebs offer a complete range of cardiovascular and vascular services at Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute.
- Advanced diagnostic testing
- State of the art imaging technology
- Vascular treatment options
- Electrophysiological testing and treatment
At Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute, we take a more comprehensive, personalized approach to patient care and treatment. Our team of board-certified physicians works with each patient on an individual basis to coordinate the testing and treatment needed to address their concerns.
For Patients What to Expect
First Visit Information
What To Bring: During the first visit, patients will need to bring:
- A valid form of I.D
- Medical Insurance Information
Our staff works with each patient to ensure they fully understand the referral and insurance process.
At Buckeye Heart & Vascular Institute, we offer a complete range of solutions for patients dealing with various vascular and cardiovascular concerns. We understand that life after a cardiac event or diagnosis can be frightening for some patients. Our team of cardiologists works with our patients on a one on one basis to identify, treat, and prevent cardiac and vascular diseases.
Consultation & Evaluation: During a consultation, your physician will discuss your medical history, identify any symptoms, and order the appropriate testing. Our team of cardiologists works with each of our patients one on one to understand their condition and recommend the appropriate solutions to alleviate their symptoms and prevent further damage.
Diagnostic Testing & Imaging: Your physician will review any pre-op instructions before your scheduled testing or imaging procedure. Certain types of test may require patient to fast or follow other special restrictions before their visit.