Union Hospital Cardiology Center, Dover Ohio
(330) 364-0856

Cardiac Rehabilitation
(330) 364-0876

Cardiac stress testing may include walking on the treadmill followed by an examination under the nuclear camera to help diagnose heart disease or damage.

Cardiac ultrasound provides images of a beating heart and can help diagnose heart disease or malfunctioning heart valves.
There are many different causes of chest pain. A heart attack is only one of them. The diagnostic team at the Union Hospital Cardiology Center has the job to help identify the cause of heart disease and provide information needed for an accurate diagnosis.

Located on the first floor of the beautiful new Boulevard South Addition, the Cardiology Center is convenient for patients who may park close to the Center entrance just off the Boulevard.

The Cardiology program at Union Hospital has grown to include the facilities and people needed to quickly and accurately help the patient's doctor make that diagnosis. And while Union Hospital has equipped its new facility with the latest tools and hardware, the Center's most valuable asset is our experienced, highly educated staff of technicians and nurses.

Our staff brings a patient-focused way of caring for people with compassion for the anxieties they face. They help make the technology seem less intimidating and the ordeal of a stress test...less stressful. The result is a very high quality of care and superior work on the patient's behalf. Visiting cardiologists frequently comment that our testing process and reports are very thorough and complete. Attribute that to the high level of skill, education, and care our staff brings to the job every day.

Patients coming to the Cardiology Center may park near the entrance to the Boulevard South Addition just off the Boulevard in Dover.

Recovery from a heart attack, heart surgery, or chronic heart disease is the mission of Cardiac Rehabilitation. Hundreds of people have regained their fitness and endurance, increased their self-confidence and outlook on life, and reduced their risk of future heart disease by graduating from cardiac "rehab" at Union Hospital.