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Our physicians specialize in treating the electrical conduction system of the heart. Due to the nature of our practice, our physicians are called upon to treat emergencies in the hospital as well as in the clinic. We cannot predict when our physicians will be called to treat an emergency patient, so please plan your day accordingly. If we have sufficient advance notice, we will call you prior to your appointment to inform you of delays. You may also call us before your appointment to see if your physician has been delayed. We will be happy to reschedule your visit if the physician is unable to see you at your scheduled appointment time.



Preparation

For your first consultation appointment in our office, please eat, drink, and take your customary medications as you normally would. 

You should anticipate having an ECG done at each visit so please dress accordingly. A button-down top will allow electrodes tabs to be placed easily without requiring you to completely disrobe. Ladies, please do NOT wear full pantyhose for your first appointment, as access for placing electrode tabs will be too limited.



Insurance 

If your insurance company requires a referral from your Primary Care Physician, it is the patient’s responsibility to obtain that referral. Referrals can be faxed to our office at (469) 800-4541.

If your insurance company requires a Specialist Office Visit Copay, we accept cash, check, or credit (Amex, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa). 

Please be sure to bring your insurance card and photo ID to our office for each visit along with your co-payment or co-insurance.



Forms

Please download and complete the New Patient Registration Forms before your initial visit to our office.​

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed for Lunch
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Clinical Research

The physicians of Arrhythmia Management are dedicated to advancing the treatment of cardiac electrophysiology conditions and they remain in the forefront of related clinical research.