Corporate Woods - Albany

Capital Cardiology Associates

7 Southwoods Blvd. 4th Floor
Albany, NY 12211

Hours of Operation
Weekdays, excluding major Holidays, 8AM – 4:30PM

Appointments 518-292-6004
Main office 518-292-6000
Billing Office 518-292-6060
Directions 518-292-6010 Ext. 5014
Fax: 518-292-6087
Diagnostic Imaging Appointments 518-292-6030
Enhanced Cardiac Access Suite 518-292-6060

Call 518-292-6004 to schedule an appointment

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News from Capital Cardiology Associates

The latest updates and happenings

Employee Health and Fitness

There are two reasons why employee health and fitness are vital. Healthy workers are more productive workers, and that helps the company’s bottom line. Healthy workplace activities and programs reduce the development of chronic disease risk factors, lowering cases of cardiovascular diseases, and deaths from cancer.

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Candid Physician Electronic Medical Records and Blood Work

As we have transitioned from hand-written notes to electronic medical records, there are still improvements necessary to upgrade the American healthcare system. “The goal is to improve the system so that physicians can deliver the highest quality of care at the lowest cost,” Dr. Connor Healey suggests.

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How A Drug Is Made

You asked, “how is a drug made?” Mohammed Uddin, our pharmacy intern (Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences), details the long journey of research and drug development.

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What To Expect When You Visit Your Doctor This Summer

If you haven’t visited your doctor since the virus outbreak, your experience will be very different due to safety guidelines. “I want to reassure people that the medical community is doing all we can to mitigate risks as much as possible,” Dr. Lance Sullenberger, board-certified cardiologist, Capital Cardiology Associates.

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COVID-19: Do I Need to Stop or Change My Meds?

COVID-19 is a very new virus, and there is a lot that we still do not know about it. There have been some recent claims or speculation about how certain drugs may interact with the COVID-19 infection but nothing yet has been proven.

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What we have learned about the coronavirus

What has the Capital Region medical community learned about the coronavirus and how might that knowledge help end this pandemic? “What’s new for all of us is that we are learning about this virus every day. Our team is quite thorough and working together to provide the best care. You may see things on the news about how hospitals were overwhelmed, that is not the case in Albany. We had extra time to get our systems in place.”

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Medical Supply Donations

We all have a role to play in overcoming this pandemic – together. Thank you for your contribution of medical supplies to reduce the spread of the virus. Capital Cardiology continues to deliver the highest quality of care in our Albany and Troy offices.

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Diabetes Alert Day

Almost 10% of the American population is affected by diabetes. Diabetes is treatable; it does become dangerous when glucose levels are uncontrolled. Adults with diabetes are two to four times more likely to die from heart disease than adults without diabetes.

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Why Statins?

About 40 million adults in the U.S. take a statin to lower their cholesterol and to reduce their risk of heart disease, heart attack, or stroke. Dr. Robert Benton, Director of Research at Capital Cardiology Associates, explains the new research suggesting a possible anti-cancer benefit for statins.

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The High Cost of Obesity

Ten years from now, nearly half of U.S. adults will be obese if current trends continue. “Unfortunately, for myself and my colleagues, we see this increasing at an alarming rate,” commented Dr. Heather Stahura, a board-certified cardiologist at Capital Cardiology Associates. Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health stated that by 2030, 48.9% of adults nationwide will be obese. There are also concerns that obesity will impact the American economy.

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