Our trusted colleagues at ColumbiaDoctors work with NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Westchester right here in Scarsdale to offer advanced diagnostic testing options, expert heart care, and the latest research-based therapies. We offer a full range of cardiovascular services in Westchester to help patients monitor heart health and function and provide non-surgical treatment of heart conditions, such as coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and triglycerides, heart rhythm problems (arrhythmias), heart valve disorders, and congestive heart failure.
Conditions we Treat
ColumbiaDoctors cardiologists at NewYork Presbyterian Medical Group Westchester are here to help you take care of your heart, avoid chronic heart disease and recover from congestive heart failure or other cardiac conditions. Catheterization procedures are performed at our two state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization laboratories at NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital, a campus of NYP, the #1 hospital in New York for cardiology and cardiac surgery services, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report (2021-2022).
Treatments and Services
Some of our expert cardiologists from ColumbiaDoctors at NYP Medical Group Westchester, also known as Westchester Cardiology, have operated in the Westchester region and at NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville, proudly serving our culturally diverse community for decades.
Diagnostic assessments may include:
- Echocardiography (stress echocardiography and transesophageal echocardiography)
- Stress testing
- Holter monitoring
- Non-invasive Doppler studies
Advanced Heart Care in Westchester
Patients who require cardiac catheterization for angiography, angioplasty, stent insertion, or an arrhythmia may be treated in the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital or NewYork-Presbyterian/ Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Do you Need to See a Cardiologist?
It’s important to first see a primary care doctor, who may perform an EKG to assess your heart rhythm, conduct blood tests, and will discuss your family history of health conditions. Find an internal medicine or primary care physician.