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Cardiac Arrhythmia Treatment / Electrophysiology

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 Cardiovascular Care Locations

Our board-certified electrophysiologists, under the leadership of Gregory Feld, MD, perform one of the largest volumes of device implantations, ablations and laser lead extractions in the nation. We offer advanced remote monitoring for devices, and are experts in using minimally invasive surgical techniques.

UC San Diego Health's renowned electrophysiology program is dedicated to diagnosing, preventing and treating all types of cardiac arrhythmia.

Meet Our Electrophysiology Specialists

Why Choose Us?

U.S. News & World Report - UC San Diego Health Ranked Nationally in Cardiology & Heart Surgery

  • Our physicians have developed atrial fibrillation and flutter treatments used throughout the world.
  • We perform large numbers of pacemaker and ICD implantation procedures, in most cases with minimally invasive techniques and no or limited hospital stay.
  • Our electrophysiology lab is the most advanced in the region.
  • We perform more pacemaker and ICD lead extractions than any other medical center in the region.

Do You Have an Irregular Heartbeat?

Cardiac arrhythmias are disruptions in the rate or rhythm of the heart's electrical system, which controls how the heart contracts and pumps blood. Most arrhythmias are harmless, but others can be serious or life-threatening. Learn how we diagnose arrhythmias.

Conditions we diagnose and manage include:

Treatment Options

Depending on the cause and severity, arrhythmias may be treated with medications, devices or surgery. We are experts in minimally invasive surgical techniques.