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Your Heart. Our Team.
Virginia Heart is the leader in cardiovascular care in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area and our patients have been putting their trust in us for over 30 years. We promise you compassion, communication and expertise in every experience.
Expertise when you need it most.
Our Virginia Heart team of physicians and professionals are dedicated to providing the highest standard of care using the most advanced diagnostic procedures and treatments, and ensuring our patients with the best possible outcomes and quality of life.
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Advancing Treatments for Heart Failure.
Virginia Heart Recognizes the complexity of heart failure and the need for a highly trained and specialized team to treat this unique group of patients.
Advancing Treatments for Atrial Fibrillation.
Virginia Heart physicians are at the forefront of new treatments for this prevalent heart rhythm disorder.
Areas of Expertise
Lisa's Story- Supraventricular Tachycardia
Lisa's entire life she was told the episodes she experienced was severe anxiety or panic attacks. The doctors at Virginia Heart took their time to listen to what she was experiencing and discovered she had Supraventricular Tacycardia, and those episodes were not panic attacks.
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Bob's Story - Bundle Branch Block
Because of careful monitoring of his left bundle branch block by Dr. Robert Shor, Bob Weber has been able to continue his passion for cycling. Bob averages 4,000 miles a year and demonstrates how patients with chronic heart conditions can continue to lead active lives. “I have been with Virginia Heart for many years and they take great care of me. It's all routine, but very reassuring to have a cardiologist and staff that put a premium on long-term monitoring,” Bob says.