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Heart and Vascular Care at Bayview Medical Center - Baltimore

Our cardiac specialists at Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, provide comprehensive care and treatment for patients diagnosed with heart and vascular conditions.
 
Bayview Medical Center

How to Find Us

4940 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
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4940 Eastern Avenue
301 Building
Baltimore, MD 21224
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Hours of Operation

Appointments are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To schedule an appointment, or for insurance or referral information, please call 443-997-0270.

Specialties and Services

  • Consultations (301 Building)
  • Cardiac Diagnostic Testing and Monitoring (301 Building)
  • Medical Offices (301 Building)
    • Vascular Medicine
    • Vascular Surgery
    • Vein Center
    • Non-Invasive Vascular Testing
      • Extracranial cerebrovascular arterial duplex scan;
      • Venous and arterial duplex and physiologic studies of upper and lower extremities;
      • Pre-operative vein mapping;
      • Upper and lower extremities bypass graft surveillance;
      • Dialysis arterio-venous fistula and graft duplex;
      • Abdominal vasculature exams such as: Aorta duplex, Aortic bypass graft duplex, EVAR follow up duplex, Superior Mesenteric Artery duplex, Renal artery duplex, Kidney transplant surveillance.
  • Inpatient Services
    • General Cardiology
    • Heart Failure
    • Electrophysiology/ Heart Rhythm Services
      Evaluation and treatment of heart rhythm abnormalities including: 
      • Tilt table testing
      • Catheter ablation, biventricular pacing, resynchronization of abnormal heart rhythms.
      • Pacemaker implantation and Internal Cardiac Defibrillator (ICD) implantation.
    • Invasive and Interventional Cardiology
      • Routine and Emergent Cardiac Catheterization.
      • Emergent Angioplasty and Stent Intervention.
    • Non-Invasive Imaging
      • Echocardiography
      • Cardiac CT
      • Cardiac MRI
    • Stress Testing
      • Pharmacologic and Exercise Stress Testing
      • Stress Echocardiography
      • Nuclear Stress Testing
    • Vascular Medicine
    • Vascular Surgery
      • Aneurysms
      • Peripheral vascular disease
      • Carotid artery disease
      • Thoracic outlet syndrome
      • Dialysis access
      • Diabetic wound care
      • Open and endovascular surgical techniques
      • Lower extremity reconstruction
  • Outpatient Services
    • Invasive and Interventional Cardiology
      • Routine and Emergency Cardiac Catheterization.
    • Electrophysiology/ Heart Rhythm Services
      Evaluation and treatment of heart rhythm abnormalities
      • Tilt table testing
      • Catheter ablation, biventricular pacing, resynchronization of abnormal heart rhythms.
      • Pacemaker implantation and Internal Cardiac Defibrillator (ICD) implantation.
    • Non-Invasive Imaging
      • Cardiac CT
      • Cardiac MRI
    • Transesophageal Echocardography (TEE)
    • Stress Testing
      • Pharmacologic and Exercise Stress Testing
      • Stress Echocardiography
      • Nuclear Stress Testing
    • Non-Invasive Vascular Testing
      • Extracranial cerebrovascular arterial duplex scan;
      • Venous and arterial duplex and physiologic studies of upper and lower extremities;
      • Pre-operative vein mapping;
      • Upper and lower extremities bypass graft surveillance;
      • Dialysis arterio-venous fistula and graft duplex;
      • Abdominal vasculature exams such as: Aorta duplex, Aortic bypass graft duplex, EVAR follow up duplex, Superior Mesenteric Artery duplex, Renal artery duplex, Kidney transplant surveillance.
  • Procedures

    Johns Hopkins Bayview cardiologists offer a variety of procedures to help prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease.

 

What to Expect

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Prior to Your Appointment

Prior to your visit, it’s important to check with your primary care physician or insurance company to see if you need to obtain a referral for a specialist visit or diagnostic testing.a Before your appointment, you will receive a confirmation letter with an arrival time, as well as two automated phone calls, to remind you of your appointment. If you are not able to keep your appointment, please call at least 24 hours in advance to reschedule or cancel.
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During Your Visit

Be sure to arrive for your appointment at the time listed on your confirmation letter. During the registration process, you will be asked to provide your insurance card and a referral for any type of testing you are scheduled to receive. If you do not have insurance and are a self-pay patient, please arrive 20 minutes prior to the time listed on your letter and report to the financial counseling office (located in BMO area) for clearance. After the registration process is complete, a nurse will take your vital signs, including measurements of blood pressure, weight, heart rate and sometimes an EKG. You then will see your physician. Please bring a list of all the medications you are taking and any medical records that are associated with care you have received at a hospital other than Johns Hopkins.
 

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