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Heart and Vascular Center
Mon – Fri, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Inside Watauga Medical Center
336 Deerfield Road
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828) 264-9664
Fax: (828) 264-8144
The Cardiology Center is now the Heart and Vascular Center
Telehealth is now available. You may be able to visit with your healthcare provider from the safety of your own home! Call (828) 264-9664 to schedule an appointment. The Heart and Vascular Center of Watauga Medical Center (formerly named The Cardiology Center) is committed to providing you with diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular disease close to home. High Country residents no longer have to leave the mountains for care from the nation’s top medical professionals. It is located inside Watauga Medical Center, allowing patients access to comprehensive intervention and diagnostic services. Our team is committed to promoting health in the High Country and simply making life better.
If you are experiencing chest pain, shortness of breath, or other life-threatening symptoms, call 911. If you are experiencing non-life-threatening cardiac symptoms, call (828) 264-9664 to schedule an appointment. *
Note: Heart and Vascular services are available at Grandfather Specialty Clinic (Linville, NC). Call (828) 264-9664 to schedule an appointment.
Patients may contact the Practice Manager at (828) 264-9664 with questions, concerns, complaints or compliments regarding The Heart and Vascular Center.
Forms to complete before your appointment
- Afib Monitors
- Arrhythmia Clinic
- Cardiac Imaging
- Cardiac Resynchronization
- Cardiology Consultations
- Cardiovascular Interventions
- Diagnostic Catheterizations
- EKGs (electrocardiogram)
- Exercise Treadmill Tests
- Heart Monitors
- Implantable Monitors
- Nuclear Stress Tests
- Stress Echocardiograms
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