NON INVASIVE CARDIOLOGY

A non-invasive cardiologist attends medical school and completes a three year residency and additional three or more years of fellowship training.  they are not surgeons,

and non-invasive cardiologists primarily see patients in an attempt to prevent and manage heart problems through medications and lifestyle changes.

The average non-invasive cardiologist sees close to 30 patients a day, and that varies depending on whether they run their own practice or work at a hospital.

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