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NY's Best Cardiologist Answers Common Patient Queries March 20, 2017

New York, New York
NY's Best Cardiologist Answers Common Patient Queries, New York, New York

Under the guidance of Dr. Lee Marcus, Preventive Cardiology of New York (PCNY) believes educating patients is the best approach in handling cardiovascular diagnoses and treatments. With that in mind, this state of the art preventive cardiology practice in New York City answers some of their patients' frequently asked questions.

1. What Kind of Diagnostic Testing Does the Practice Offer?

Preventive Cardiology of New York (PCNY) is currently the only facility offering the CS-100 ECG test, which helps detect coronary artery blockages of as little as 40%, with upwards of 90% sensitivity, far exceeding the capabilities of stress testing. Also utilizing advanced blood panels, and tests like EBT calcium scoring and body scanning, SphygmoCOR central blood pressure analysis, and the EndoPAT endothelial function evaluation, Dr. Marcus offers a thorough analysis of your heart health and importantly your risk, on an individualized basis. 

2. Does a Typical Appointment Take Long?

Best Cardiologist New York NYThis practice's goal is to provide you with a comprehensive range of solutions without putting you through long wait times. That’s why they have invested in state-of-the-art screening and diagnostic equipment to speed up your appointments and offer treatment solutions without delay. Usually, all diagnostic testing is able to be scheduled on the initial visit. Dr. Marcus will review your medical history and any symptoms and conduct a thorough cardiovascular physical examination. When all results are back, he will summarize all pertinent findings and provide a list of clear recommendations, while possibly recommending additional testing if needed, to ensure accurate diagnosis and treatment going forward.

3. How Does Dr. Marcus Tailor His Services to Meet Every Patient’s Needs?

Dr. Marcus and his caring and supportive staff know that comprehensive cardiovascular health isn’t a “one size fits all” kind of service. An outstanding clinical cardiologist, he proactively assesses your symptoms and individual risk, instead of basing his diagnosis solely on traditionally utilized risk factors, which are known to frequently be inaccurate. The exceptional testing he offers not only leads to earlier detection of cardiovascular disease and risk, but also can provide a clearer road map to treating your unique circumstances effectively.

4. Is the Practice Open to All Types of Coverage?

The team at Preventive Cardiology of New York (PCNY) is happy to offer you detailed information about their insurance coverage. The practice offers its premium services for a fee, and your out-of-pocket cost depends on the kind of insurance you have. Review your insurance provider's out-of-network plan, so you know the exact amount you’ll have to pay.

The best cardiologist at Preventive Cardiology of New York (PCNY) will be happy to answer any further questions you may have. For further information about the services this cardiovascular doctor offers, call (646) 661-2427 or visit their website.

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