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The Most Comprehensive

Healing & Wellness Cardiac Facility in the Region

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Denver’s Top Heart Doctor Group

The South Denver Heart Center

From the award-winning team of cardiologists that make up South Denver Cardiology Associates and comprehensive support staff to the state-of-the-art facility that was custom built to our unique specifications, every part of your experience as a guest at our center has been designed with peace and healing in mind.

The South Denver Heart Center is the perfect place to take proactive steps to manage a potential risk or concentrate on maximizing wellness after a cardiac event. The South Denver Heart Center is the right place for you.

When you visit the Heart Center, your physician will discuss exercise, nutrition, and stress-reduction with the same level of focus as medication and diagnostic tests as they design a plan tailored to your personal needs.

Eastern philosophy meets cutting-edge Western medicine at the South Denver Heart Center to create an award-winning, comprehensive cardiac care center. We invite you to call us at 303-744-1065 to learn more about our heart doctors and how we can help you.

Please Note: We do not see patients at Skyridge or any UCHealth facility.

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Pritikin Intensive Care Rehab

South Denver Cardiology Associates a Centura Health Clinic is the first Cardiac Rehab site to offer the Pritikin ICR ™ program in Colorado. Having a heart event can be a challenging and emotional experience. As you begin your recovery, South Denver Cardiology and Pritikin are ready to help you.

Physicians

The physicians of South Denver Cardiology Associates, P.C. are pioneers in cardiovascular medicine and Denver’s top heart doctors.

Special Programs (Walk with a Doc)

Walk with a Doc is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage healthy physical activity in people of all ages and reverse the consequences of a sedentary lifestyle in order to improve the health and well-being of the country.

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To better serve and care for you, SDCA now has Video House CallsClick here to learn more about Video House Calls.

NOTICE: Effective immediately (3/14/20), all Wellness and education classes are temporarily suspended until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience, however, it is the goal of SDCA to provide the safest health care environment while following state and federal COVID-19 guidelines and precautions. Keep up to date with the latest CDC recommendations here.

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*Denver’s top cardiologists are looking for your feedback to make us better. You may receive a satisfaction survey either by mail or email and we appreciate you taking your time to tell us how we are doing. Thank you in advance. (If you receive a call offering you money to take our survey, this is spam and not from us.)

In cooperation with the state of Colorado, South Denver Cardiology Associates is providing health care prices for “health care services”, complying with the Colorado Revised Statute: 25-49-103 –Transparency in Health Care Prices Act Click here for pricing of our most common services.

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