Top Doctors 2017: Cardiac Electrophysiology

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Cardiology Specialties

Physicians specializing in cardiology use a wide variety of surgical and nonsurgical techniques to treat diseases and disorders of the heart, which range from congenital defects—whether of interior walls of the heart, heart valves, or arteries and veins that carry blood to the heart—to arrhythmias and acquired heart diseases such as coronary artery disease and congestive heart failure.

Cardiac Electrophysiology
These cardiologists focus on the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders.


George Lee Dolack, M.D., arrhythmias, catheter ablation, pacemakers/defibrillators; Southlake Clinic, Cardiology, 4011 Talbot Road S, Suite 500, Renton, 425.251.5110; Valley Medical Center; University of Washington, 1981
    
Sanjeev Garhwal, M.D., arrhythmias, catheter ablation, pacemakers/defibrillators; Western Washington Medical Group, 12728 19th Ave. SE, Suite 200, Everett, 425.225.2700; Providence Regional Medical Center Everett; New York University School of Medicine, 1997
    
Jeanne E. Poole, M.D., arrhythmias, angioplasty & stent placement, pacemakers/defibrillators; University of Washington Medical Center, Cardiology, 1959 NE Pacific St., third floor, Seattle, 206.598.4300; University of Washington Medical Center; University of Washington, 1980  
  
Jad Swingle, M.D., arrhythmias, catheter ablation, pacemakers/defibrillators, atrial fibrillation; The Polyclinic, Cardiology, 904 Seventh Ave., Seattle, 206.860.2302; Swedish Medical Center–First Hill campus; Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, 2000
     
Darryl S. Wells, M.D., arrhythmias, atrial fibrillation, catheter ablation, pacemakers; Swedish Heart & Vascular, 550 17th Ave., Suite 450, Seattle, 206.320.3276; Swedish Medical Center–Cherry Hill campus; Vanderbilt University, 2001 

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