Staying Ahead of Your Heart Health

Did you know that even subtle symptoms like a simple fluttering or skipping sensation can be signs of an irregular heartbeat or arrhythmia? While often harmless, this can lead to serious concerns like heart failure or stroke. We’re here to help with all the information, resources and support you need to make smart, proactive decisions about your health.

At the AdventHealth Cardiovascular Institute, you’ll find an extensive program for people with atrial fibrillation and other heart arrhythmia conditions. Our cardiac experts are pioneers in a host of minimally invasive treatment options, like the world’s smallest pacemaker and, when needed, advanced surgical techniques such as ablation and WATCHMAN. Doctors from all across the Southeast refer their most complex cases here, to Central Florida, where we provide world-class care, close to home.


Your Guide to Understand Arrhythmias

Whether you want to learn more about symptoms or have been diagnosed with an arrhythmia like atrial fibrillation, we’re here to give you the information and resources you need to make decisions about your care. This guide answers important questions like:

• What is atrial fibrillation?
• What are the warning signs of an arrhythmia?
• How is atrial fibrillation diagnosed?

Your Treatment Is Our Specialty

We know you have a life to live, and that you don’t want to spend any more of it than you have to in the hospital. At the AdventHealth Cardiovascular Institute, we treat arrhythmias and atrial fibrillation using some of the latest technologies and procedures, including minimally invasive surgeries, so you can get back to the life you love.

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    Electrophysiology Studies

    Our electrophysiology team skillfully diagnoses heart rhythm abnormalities and treats patients with leading-edge therapies, including pacemakers and other implanted devices.

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    Cardiac ablation is a procedure that is used to destroy small areas of tissue in your heart that may be causing your heart rhythm problems. This is most often performed as a minimally invasive approach using a catheter inserted through a tiny incision in your groin.

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    A pacemaker is a small device placed in the chest or abdomen to help control abnormal heart rhythms. We’re proud to be the first in Orlando to offer the minimally invasive Micra™ leadless pacemaker, which is just one-tenth the size of a traditional implant.

Hear How We're Saving Lives

Get to know the specialists who are helping many patients treat — and even cure — their heart arrhythmias in these videos.

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  • Usman Siddiqui, MD, Electrophysiologist, explains how to treat heart arrhythmias, often with immediate success.

  • George Monir, MD, Electrophysiologist, describes how the ablation procedure can cure arrhythmias, providing a new lease on life for many patients.

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World-Class Heart Care in the Heart of Central Florida

As the chosen hospital partner of the American Heart Association in Central Florida, AdventHealth offers heart care where you live, with world-class cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons ready to serve you. In addition to our award-winning network of hospitals, we offer convenient access to numerous outpatient facilities in Seminole, Lake, Osceola, Orange, Polk, Volusia and Flagler counties.

We're on a Mission for Your Health

Through education and prevention, leading-edge research and advanced surgical procedures, AdventHealth is a global pacesetter in cardiovascular disease treatment.

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    #1 Hospital in Greater Orlando

    AdventHealth Orlando is recognized as the #1 hospital in Greater Orlando by U.S. News & World Report.

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    Partnering With the American Heart Association

    AdventHealth and the American Heart Association collaborate on community initiatives that bring awareness to preventative heart care, heart attack and stroke warning signs and healthy lifestyle education. AdventHealth is also an authorized provider of American Heart Association certification courses.

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    Nationally Recognized for Patient Safety, Quality and Transparency

    The Leapfrog Group has exclusively recognized AdventHealth with the Emerald Award in 2022 for remarkable achievements and leadership in patient safety, quality and transparency by a health care system, including maintaining a culture of excellence throughout all levels of the organization. Delivering consistent, high-quality, whole-person care is our priority, and we’re honored to be the first health care system to earn this award.

Take Charge of Your Care Today

It’s never too late — or early — to take heart health into your hands. If you have an arrhythmia, reach out to us today to take the first step toward a healthier heartbeat.

Or call us at 800-871-0165.