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Friday, May 24, 2019

(Courtesy of HRH) At Hudson Regional Hospital, our cardiology department deals with all aspects of the diagnosis and treatment of heart diseases. This department, like every department in our hospital, is staffed with specially trained physicians and nurses and outfitted with the latest technology and equipment to provide you with the best possible care.

The department of non-invasive cardiology focuses on patient screening for various types of heart disease. This division includes a cutting-edge echocardiography machine so that we can evaluate patients for valvular and structural heart disease. We also offer outpatient and inpatient electrocardiography and 24-hour Holter monitoring.

Below is a brief outline of the cardiology department and services at Hudson Regional Hospital.

Cardiology Leadership

The cardiology department is led by Dr. Petr Tsenovy. Following his education at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York, Dr. Tsnenovy participated in clinical research programs at Harvard Medical School and New York Medical College.

Diagnosis and Treatment

The Cardiology Department offers regular office hours, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., so that we may see patients who have been discharged from the hospital or referred by their primary care physicians. We examine the patient’s history as well as perform a thorough physical examination to determine the cause of the patient’s symptoms and the best treatment plan. Diagnostic measures include stress testing in the form of echocardiography and soon, nuclear stress testing to diagnose or rule our heart disease. We will also soon be able to offer MUGA (multigated acquisition) scans to evaluate left ventricular function.

Our staff is fully trained to provide the care our patients need no matter what cardiovascular issues they have, including heart failure, coronary artery disease, hypertension, peripheral vascular medicine, cholesterol disorders or heart rhythm disorders. We can also provide interventional services including treatment for heart attack and coronary stenting.

Preventive Care

Just as important as diagnosis and treatment, however, is prevention. Our cardiology department is actively involved in promoting heart disease prevention and helping educate our patients on how to stay healthy and avoid problems in the first place. Supported by a skilled and compassionate team including nurses, cardiac technologists and others, our cardiologists work with patients to determine the best course of treatment and ensure that they have access to the latest and best in healthcare services. Our physicians are dedicated to staying up to date on the most advanced modern techniques so that they can provide each patient with personalized, expert care.

The Hudson Regional Difference

At the Hudson Regional Hospital Cardiology Department, we are honored to have your loyalty and trust, and we appreciate the opportunity to participate in your healthcare. Going forward, we will continue to provide the excellent service we are known for already. We look forward to a future of serving our community and helping individuals and families look after their health and relationships. We welcome new patients and look forward to making you feel welcome and becoming your trusted healthcare partners.

About Hudson Regional Hospital

Hudson Regional Hospital offers preventive and other services both on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Patients can inquire about these services or schedule appointments by contacting the hospital directly, either via telephone at 201-392-3100 or via email at [email protected] Patients facing medical emergencies should proceed directly to the emergency room. The emergency room contact number is 201-392-3210.

For a tour of the new Hudson Regional Hospital or to meet the owner and executive staff, physicians should call George Matyjewicz at 201-392-3436 or email [email protected].