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CLIFTON PARK NOW OPEN
Our new Clifton Park location is now open and accepting urgent walk-in visits. Make your appointment today!
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Capital Cardiology Associates
LEADING THE COMMUNITY WITH INNOVATIVE AND COMPASSIONATE CARDIAC CARE
Frequently Asked Questions
7 Southwoods Boulevard
130 Main Street
1785 Rte 9
5546 State Hwy 7, Suite 2
2200 Burdett Avenue
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About Capital Cardiology
The roots of Capital Cardiology Associates trace back to two separate practices in Albany and Troy. The group of doctors soon merge to create a new practice, Capital Cardiology Associates (CCA), providing services to Samaritan Hospital in Troy, Albany Medical Center, and St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany. They shared the belief that there should be no barriers to the community seeking cardiac care.
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Capital Cardiology Associates provides a full range of diagnostic, interventional, surgical, therapeutic, and preventative services in the treatment of cardiovascular disease to patients throughout the Capital Region.
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Our cardiac team regularly shares articles and is featured in news reports on heart news, health trends, patient education, healthy lifestyle tips, and wellness recommendations.
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35 board-certified Cardiologists
Our cardiac care team is comprised of over 30 board-certified cardiologists, 35+ advanced care providers, and more than 300 healthcare professionals dedicated to the highest quality of care for our patients, their families, caregivers, and the community.
Our Healthcare Services
Our board-certified cardiologists, advanced care providers, and healthcare professionals offer a full range of cardiology services to treat all categories of heart disease. Click on the sections to learn more.
If your heart beats too fast or doesn’t beat with a regular pattern, you may need electrical cardioversion.
Cholesterol screening is a blood test used to measure the amount and type of cholesterol in your blood.
Cardiac CT Scanning
Cardiac CT uses advanced technology to visualize your cardiac anatomy, coronary circulation, and great vessels.
Electrocardiography (ECG, EKG)
Your doctor uses this test to find out if you have a heart problem or to monitor heart activity.
Exercise Stress Test (Cardiac Stress Test)
Your doctor schedules this test to see how your heart works when you’re active.
The patient wears a portable ECG recorder for 24-48 hours while performing normal daily activities.
Nuclear Stress Testing
This diagnostic procedure creates images of blood flow through the heart.
This test evaluates heart health by measuring the blood flow brought by the coronary arteries to the heart muscle.
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
An effective option to improve quality of life in patients who otherwise have limited choices for repair of their aortic valve.
Transesophageal Echocardiogram (TEE)
This non-surgical outpatient procedure provides live images of the heart.
A one-time procedure with people with Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) not caused by a heart valve problem.
Cardio-oncology is a team-based approach to help cancer patients to assess for early signs or symptoms of cardiovascular disease or heart damage due to cancer treatments.
The Capital Region’s Cardiology Leader
Since opening our doors as a benchmark cardiology practice over 20 years ago, we have continued to build on our reputation as the Capital Region’s leading cardiology practice in the treatment of cardiovascular disease.
Why Choose Us
Our board-certified cardiologists and advanced care providers provide a full range of diagnostic, interventional, surgical, therapeutic, and preventative services in the treatment of cardiovascular disease.
Short Wait Times
Our Enhanced Cardiac Access team is available to immediately evaluate patients at our Corporate Woods location.
Over 40 Years in Business
Since 1980, our reputation is firm as a benchmark cardiology practice with a track record of reliability, success, and trustworthiness.
We are regularly looking for enthusiastic healthcare professionals to join our team! In addition to a great working environment, CCA offers an excellent benefits package which includes generous time off, very affordable HMO premiums, and high-level company contributions to your 401K Plan.
Frequently Asked Questions
HOW DO I SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT?
To schedule an appointment at any one of our six locations, please call (518) 292-6004 to speak with a patient service representative. If this is a referral, please have your provider information handy.
WHO DO I CALL WITH BILLING QUESTIONS?
WHEN WILL I GET LAB RESULTS?
All lab and test results will be reviewed by a doctor or nurse. If there are significant abnormalities, the office will call you. Otherwise, the doctor will discuss your results at your next visit. We do not call or mail our patient lab results on a routine basis. If you need a copy of your results, one will be provided at your next visit.
HOW DO I GET A COPY OF MY PATIENT RECORDS?
In order to obtain a copy of your patient records, you will need to sign a release form, which is available at each office. Please allow five business days to process your request.
I HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT MY MEDICATIONS, CAN YOU HELP?
Have your medication questions answered by Capital Cardiology Associates’ Clinical Pharmacist, Dr. Kate Cabral. Call 518-292-6004 or ask your doctor for more information
DO YOU HAVE A WALK-IN CLINIC FOR PATIENTS?
The Enhanced Cardiac Access (ECA) suite provides same-day evaluations of patients with non-life-threatening symptoms such as chest pain, palpitations, shortness of breath or rapid heart rate. The ECA allows rapid evaluations utilizing exercise stress tests, heart CT scans, nuclear stress tests, echocardiograms, continuous cardiac telemetry monitoring, and blood work in our on-site blood testing lab.