Medical Services Heart & Vascular Arrhythmia Center We offer the latest diagnostic tests and treatments for cardiac arrhythmias, including a wide range of minimally invasive procedures. Find a Location Find a Doctor Heart & Vascular Menu Arrhythmia Center Diagnostic Testing Treatments/Procedures Cardiology Minimally Invasive Procedures Heart Attack Care Clinical Research Diagnostic Services Heart & Lung Surgery Heart Disease Treatment Lung & Airway Disease Treatment Other Services Cardiac Rehab Heart Failure Center Patient Success Stories Prevention & Wellness CardioVascular Mobile Health Unit Freshstart Hands-only CPR Heart Healthy Lifestyle Tips My Heart Rocks Take Time For Your Heart Women Take Heart Valve Center Treatments Your Hospital Stay Care After Heart Surgery Intensive Care for Heart Conditions Nurses with Heart Care Expertise Partners in Heart Care Transitional Care Units Leading Care for Cardiac Arrhythmias The St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute offers the most comprehensive treatment for irregular heartbeats, also known as cardiac arrhythmias, in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Our electrophysiologists — doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating cardiac arrhythmias — provide the latest therapies and minimally invasive treatments in our Electrophysiology Lab. Research-driven Heart Care Our doctors participate in research to discover new therapies that improve quality of life for people with life-threatening heart irregularities. We’re often the first hospital in the region to offer innovative arrhythmia treatments — treatments that not only relieve symptoms, but cure the underlying cause of the arrhythmia. We specialize in: Catheter ablation – This minimally invasive procedure destroys the tissue that’s causing the arrhythmia. It can greatly improve or even stop the symptoms of atrial fibrillation (AFib), supraventricular tachycardia, premature ventricular contractions (PVC) and other types of arrhythmias. Implanted pacemakers and defibrillators – These devices control your heartbeat and correct dangerous arrhythmias such as bradycardia. We were the first facility to offer leadless pacemakers and an advanced cardiac resynchronization therapy-defibrillator through clinical trials. Laser lead extraction – Sometimes, the wires (leads) that run from the implantable device to your heart must be removed. Our arrhythmia specialists are experienced in this complex procedure. Watchman – This device can help patients with AFib that is not caused by a heart valve problem who cannot tolerate long-term drug therapy, by blocking the source of blood clots that can cause strokes. Your heart care team is here to support you and answer questions every step of the way. Our focus is to help you manage your condition and improve your health. Schedule an Appointment Call (859) 331-3353 Heart Rhythm Problems A local woman says breakthrough technology has made a big difference in giving her back a part of her life. World's Smallest Pacemaker Electrophysiologist Dr. Christian Hays explains the newest pacemaker technology. Learn how a pacemaker smaller than a quarter helps keep patients’ hearts beating steady. Our Electrophysiologists For more information on each physician, please click on their names below. (from left to right) Dr. Mohamad C. Sinno, Dr. Thomas P. Carrigan, Dr. J. Christian Hays. Watchman Device If you have AFib and don’t tolerate blood-thinning drugs, St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute offers a new option to help prevent stroke related to AFib. LEARN MORE ABOUT WATCHMAN The Line on Atrial Fibrillation Specialist physicians from St. Elizabeth and Mayo Clinic share their expertise on afib diagnosis, treatment, and stroke risk. Tuesday, July 17, 6:30 - 8 p.m. St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center, Erlanger For more information or reservations, click here or call 859-301-WELL (9355).