If you are an established patient at Bellin Health Cardiology Associates, you’ll still make an appointment as you always have — through your physician’s office.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death worldwide. Bellin has been known as the quality leader in heart and vascular care in Northeast Wisconsin for over 40 years. Bellin has been recognized as a TOP 50 Heart Hospital by Truven Health Analytics and IBM Watson Health again for 2019. This is the 4th year in a row and 10th time overall that Bellin has been recognized with this honor.
We are very proud of the quality care we have delivered over the years, but at times we have struggled to see new patients as quickly as we would like. Across the country, the average time it takes to get an appointment with a cardiologist is 21 days. That’s three weeks of waiting for answers. Three weeks of wondering and worrying. We have made it a priority to add providers and other staff and change our scheduling protocols. We are confident we can reduce that three-week wait to three business days or fewer.
Care is provided by the cardiologists of Bellin Health Cardiology Associates in conjunction with their team members, including nurse practitioners and physician assistants. A cardiologist will always see you in person for the initial consultation and be involved in all decision-making. The providers and staff of Cardiology Associates have been serving Green Bay and the surrounding communities, including the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, for over 40 years. Our team is recognized nationally as leaders in all aspects of heart care, offering the most comprehensive adult cardiovascular services in the region.
The cardiologists of Bellin Health Cardiology Associates see patients at several locations. The 3 Day Heart Care guarantee applies only to our main office at Bellin Hospital in Green Bay.
If you would prefer to see a cardiologist at one of the other locations, you will be given the first available appointment. Cardiology Associates outreach offices are located in the following communities: Brillion, Lakewood, Manitowoc, Marinette, Oconto Falls, Oconto, Pulaski, Sturgeon Bay and Escanaba and Iron Mountain, Mich. Click here for contact information.
This program was created to meet the needs of people who need fast access to non-emergency heart care. There are guidelines for access. To request an appointment, call 920-617-2096 to speak with a patient navigator, who will determine if this service is appropriate for you, answer all your questions and help you with next steps.