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Heart Device Monitoring

Heart Rhythm Center Device Monitoring Unit

The Norton Heart & Vascular Institute Heart Rhythm Center device monitoring unit uses wireless technology to provide 24-hour monitoring for many patients. Our team is able to detect rhythm issues when you are sleeping, exercising or just living your daily life.

If an arrhythmia is detected remotely and requires follow-up with one of our electrophysiologists, we will contact you. Patients also have access via telephone to routine monitoring appointments with a team member.

Our treatment plans often include cardiac rhythm monitoring or implantable devices. Our services include:

  • Holter monitors
  • Seven-day event monitor patch
  • 30-day event monitors or patch
  • Remote monitoring and complete follow-up care for permanent pacemakers, leadless pacemakers; implantable defibrillators, including subcutaneous implantable defibrillator (S-ICD); and biventricular devices
  • Implantable loop recorders

The Norton Heart & Vascular Institute Heart Rhythm Center uses the latest in heart rhythm diagnostic and monitoring device technology to detect and diagnose heart arrhythmias.

Our specialists evaluate and provide a customized treatment plan to patients with irregular heartbeats of any kind. The plan may include medication, a minimally invasive procedure, noninvasive ablation or an implantable device such as a pacemaker or defibrillator. The team works with each patient to create a custom plan to diagnose, manage and even eliminate heart arrhythmias.

Learn more about Norton Heart & Vascular Institute Heart Rhythm Center.

Heart and Vascular Care for the Whole Person

Norton Heart & Vascular Institute offers patient resources to support you and your family, including free classes for men and women of all ages seeking to improve cardiovascular health or living with a heart condition.

Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

Our cardiac rehabilitation providers are leaders in developing and applying innovative techniques that can help you recover and resume your life.

Connecting Hearts Support Group

The group provides education and support to men and women after a heart attack, living with a heart condition or at risk for cardiovascular disease.

Heart Health Screenings

Prevention is the best way to manage heart disease, and screenings are available to detect early signs of cardiac and vascular disease and identify risk factors.

Classes and Events

Norton Heart & Vascular Institute offers classes about once a week on a broad range of heart health topics including cooking classes, atrial fibrillation (A-fib) and heart failure education workshops, and more.

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About Norton Heart & Vascular Institute

Norton Heart & Vascular Institute specialists treat more people for heart and vascular care — about 250,000 every year — than any other provider in Louisville and Southern Indiana.

  • Norton Healthcare’s four adult-service hospitals are American College of Cardiology accredited Cycle VI Chest Pain Centers — the highest level of expertise to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients who may be experiencing a heart attack.
  • We have more than 45 board-certified cardiovascular physicians and 30 advanced practice providers. Through training and years of experience, they specialize in areas such as cardiologyinterventional cardiologycardiothoracic surgeryelectrophysiologyadvanced heart failure and vascular surgery.
  • We offer same-day new patient appointments.
  • We have 27 locations in Louisville and Southern Indiana. Telecardiology is offered at more than 30 clinical sites in the region.
  • We have the experience, expertise and easy access you’d expect from the largest cardiovascular care provider in Kentucky.
  • Norton Healthcare is the only health care system in Kentucky to receive the prestigious Mission Lifeline: Regional Trailblazer Award from the American Heart Association for being an innovator in creating a system of care for ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) heart attacks —  the most severe type of heart attack.
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