AMERICAN HEART MONTH
This year marks the 56th American Heart Month. Capital Cardiology Associates encourages Capital Region residents to join the movement; make one change in your diet or lifestyle this month to fight heart disease for life. To help we have identified five simple steps you can take that will have a lasting effect on your heart’s health.
GETTING TO THE HEART OF IT
Capital Cardiology Associates is proud to partner with WNYT/NewsChannel 13 this February for American Heart Month. Watch for special health reports featuring Capital Cardiology physicians and advance care practitioners with Dr. Benita Zahn during the 5PM news on Mondays and 8AM news on Sundays.
Heart health news
Join our board-certified cardiologists and cardiac medical staff for HeartTalk presented by Capital Cardiology Associates, a weekly half-hour program focused on heart news and trends, healthy lifestyle tips, and patient education. Sundays at 1PM on WGY.
We understand that as a new patient, you will have many questions on the conditions, procedures, treatments, and services available to you. Click below to access our Patient Education and view extensive information on a majority of cardiac health areas.
Come join our growing team! Capital Cardiology Associates is looking for enthusiastic applicants to fill vacancies in Medical Assisting, Nursing, Check In/Check Out, and Patient Service Representatives. In addition to a great working environment, CCA offers an excellent benefits package which includes generous time off, very affordable HMO premiums, and a 401K Plan.
“Great group always paying attention. I see Dr. Sullenberger for my heart and Mary Ellen to deal with my ICD and they are both great. Answer my questions and very happy to help me with any issues. The receptionists are friendly and helpful and the nurses and techs are great. Not happy about why I go there but the treatment I get kinda makes up for it.”
“From the moment one arrives at the office one is treated as Royalty. Extremely professional staff at the front desk. Wait times are monitored and seldom exceed 15 minutes. Thence, you are called and courteously led to the patient room where stats (height, weight, etc) are updated on individual laptops carried by staff. I have been a patient of Capital Cardiology since the past 5 years, having been examined regularly at scheduled 6 month intervals.
Plenty of parking is available. Offices were modernized within the past month. Waiting room is manicured, spacious, comfortable and inviting. I wish the Internal Medicine practice I visit would be this good.
Summarily: These folks – everyone of them – is angelic.”