Cardiologists in Phoenix, AZ

Find a cardiologist near you and your family in Phoenix that fits your health needs.

Healthcare at a Glance in Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix is located in one of the top U.S. states struggling to provide enough healthcare options to its residents, especially in rural areas. Residents of Phoenix and surrounding areas have access to a few great healthcare options. The top three hospital systems according to the U.S. News rankings include Mayo Clinic Phoenix, Banner Boswell Medical centers located in Sun City, and Banner-University Medical Center Phoenix. Mayo Clinic is ranked the number one hospital in Arizona with two main campuses about 14 miles apart, in Phoenix and Scottsdale, and includes primary and pediatric care clinics serving the community. Other healthcare systems include Banner Health and Dignity Health, both providing various specialty, primary, and urgent care locations through the larger Phoenix area. Phoenix is fortunate to have a designated children's hospital, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, a 381-bed acute care children’s hospital affiliated with the University of Arizona College of Medicine. Veterans in the area have access to the Phoenix VA Health Care System which includes the Carl T. Hayden Veterans’ Administration Medical Center and nine community-based outpatient clinics. The University of Arizona College of Medicine is the only medical school in the Phoenix area.

Cardiologist FAQS

What is a cardiologist?

Cardiologists are specialists trained to diagnose and treat conditions related to the heart and blood vessels. You may be referred to see a cardiologist if you have risk factors for heart disease or if you need to manage existing heart conditions. A cardiologist may recommend diagnostic testing such as an EKG, a stress test, or an echocardiogram to better understand your cardiovascular health. Common conditions treated included, heart murmurs, shortness of breath, high blood pressure, and irregular heart beats. There are various subspecialties of cardiologists including, clinical cardiologists, pediatric cardiologists, and cardiac surgeons. Your primary care provider can help you find the right subspeciality.