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Screening & Diagnosis

New and Current Patients

Non-Invasive Imaging


Fax: 858-657-1252

 Cardiovascular Care Locations

If you have a suspected heart or vascular condition, look to the experts at UC San Diego Health for access to the most sophisticated methods for diagnosis and screening. 

Advanced imaging technologies have dramatically improved our ability to detect and treat cardiovascular disease at an early stage. If you have an increased risk for heart disease due to either genetics or lifestyle, you will benefit from today's enhanced technology.

At UC San Diego Health, all imaging results are evaluated by both cardiology and radiology specialists, a collaborative approach that ensures highly accurate results. 

Non-Invasive Imaging Services

Call 858-657-8111 to schedule an echocardiogram, stress echocardiogram, transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE), treadmill test, blood pressure or heart rhythm monitoring, or EKG.

Early, Accurate Detection

If you're at risk of developing a heart or vascular disease, your doctor may recommend a screening test. Screening tests find signs of disease early, so you can get timely treatment. When your doctor detects these problems as soon as possible, you may be able to help prevent life-threatening conditions.

Heart Disease Screening

You may receive imaging services to help your doctor see if you have an increased risk of heart disease or heart attack. This includes:

Vascular Disease Screening

Vascular screening tests evaluate your blood vessels to look for blockages or plaque buildup. Ask your doctor if you should receive a screening to check for:

Diagnostic Tests & Services

Diagnostic tests help us determine if you have heart or vascular disease. They also help us recommend a treatment program that fits your individual needs.

Women's Heart Care

Trust our Women's Cardiovascular Health Program to provide gender-sensitive risk factor tests and symptom assessments for coronary heart disease, heart failure, and stroke.


Cardiologist Pam Taub, MD, explains how UC San Diego Health provides comprehensive heart and vascular care, including cardiac rehabilitation and wellness.