Cardiology New Jersey

Cardiologists at Summit Medical Group are highly skilled at diagnosing and treating disorders of the heart and blood vessels, including coronary artery disease, heart failure, and valve disease.

Our board-certified experts use state-of-the-art technologies and approaches such as angiography, calcium scoring, echocardiography, electrocardiography (EKG), and echo/Doppler and nuclear stress testing to diagnose heart disease and develop effective treatment and recovery plans to help you regain your health.

We also offer diagnostic and therapeutic electrophysiology as well as device implantation and follow up. For your convenience, these services are available in our offices.

Our services include office and hospital consultations.

Preventing and Recovering From Heart Disease

Our cardiologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and cardiology staff work as a team to maintain and restore all aspects of your heart health. Their approach includes counseling about preventive care. When necessary, our cardiologists and cardiology teams collaborate with heart surgeons and other specialists to ensure you get the care you need if cardiac intervention is requested at Overlook Medical Center.

For your convenience, Summit Medical Group Cardiology is pleased to offer:

To schedule an appointment with a cardiologist,
please call us today at 908-277-8700.

To schedule a diagnostic test,
please call us at 908-277-8709.

We have expanded our cardiology services to patients throughout the New Jersey / New York metropolitan area. We offer care at St. Barnabas Medical Center, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Bayonne Medical Center, and Overlook Medical Center. Please check your cardiologist’s profile to confirm the hospitals with which he or she is affiliated.


We offer the following specialized cardiology services:

Click the arrow on the image above to see our Go Red Day: Heart Disease and Stroke Awareness Expo video. 

Please click one of the links below to see a video about sudden cardiac death:
Sudden Cardiac Death Prevention (January 2011)
Questions and Answers About Sudden Cardiac Death, Risk and Treatment

Additional Information:

Heart disease is the leading cause of death and a major cause of disability in the United States. Center for Disease, Control and Prevention (CDC) research shows that in 2009, an estimated 785,000 Americans will have a first heart attack and approximately 470,000 will have a recurrent heart attack.

Read more information from the American Heart Association.

Download the 2011 American Heart Association Holiday Healthy Eating Guide.