What is an echocardiogram?
An echocardiogram is a noninvasive test that uses high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to examine the heart’s anatomy and function.
This test provides information about your heart’s size and function, the appearance of the valves and the thickness of the heart muscle.
For more information and to prepare for an echocardiogram, link here (Jennifer sent flyer on this separately)
Echocardiograms are performed at the following clinics by referral from your provider:
What is Stress Echocardiography?
The test is also called a Stress Echocardiogram. It is a test that evaluates how your heart and blood vessels are functioning. It measures the rate and rhythm of your heartbeat. It is performed within one of our Entira Family Clinics.
For more information and to prepare for a stress echocardiogram, link here (Jennifer sent flyer on this separately)
Stress echocardiograms are performed at the following clinic by referral from your provider: