To assist your physician in diagnosing heart related issues, Jennersville Regional Hospital offers the following outpatient services through its Cardiology Department located on the first floor of the Hospital.
Cardiolyte Stress Test: A diagnostic test used to evaluate the adequacy of blood supply to the heart muscle. The test can be done on a treadmill or with a medication to simulate exercise. Images are compared at rest and after exercise to visualize blood flow to different areas of the heart.
Echocardiogram: A diagnostic test that uses ultrasound to make an image of the inside of the heart. The test allows the doctor to see the structures (walls, valves, chambers) of the heart and how they function.
EKG: This test makes a graph of the electrical activity generated by the heart.
Holter Monitor: A small portable device that is worn to record the heart's electrical activity during a 24-hour period. This diagnostic test evaluates heart rate and rhythm while the individual goes through their daily activities.
To schedule any of the above diagnostic exams, please call our Central Scheduling at 610-869-1555.