Outpatient services & procedures
Along with our inpatient services, San Heart offers a number of services for cardiac patients who are either recovering at home, or don’t need to be admitted to hospital. With our outpatient services, you have access to our highly skilled team and advanced technology, all in one place – making cardiac treatment much easier and more convenient.
San Heart’s cardiac rehabilitation team is dedicated to getting you back on your feet after surgery or illness – and also reducing your risk of any future cardiovascular events. We run a range of inpatient and outpatient programs to help you get back on your feet and maintain a healthy lifestyle, covering everything from education to exercise. Programs are run by specialists including exercise physiologists and registered cardiac nurses, and they’re tailored to your individual needs.
Blackouts & faints clinic
Blackouts, faints and falls can be distressing and dangerous, especially when you don’t know the cause. San Heart’s Blackouts & Faints (Syncope) Clinic has been established to help you find the answers you need in an easy, streamlined way – eliminating the need to visit numerous specialists and facilities. At our clinic, you will be thoroughly assessmed by our syncope experts, who will also run any tests that may be required. From there, we’ll explain your suspected diagnosis, along with the appropriate treatment pathway. And if need be, you’ll be referred on to San heart’s syncope Multidisciplinary Team (MDT), which has been established to review complex cases. Our Blackouts & Faints clinic appointment and tests are bulk billed – all you need is a referral from your GP.
San Radiology & Nuclear Medicine (SRNM) has been a leader in diagnostic imaging services for decades, and now performs more than 90,000 examinations a year. Staffed by highly experienced radiologists, radiographers, sonographers, nurses, administration and support staff, SRNM strives to stay at the forefront of technology, and boasts a comprehensive suite of ‘new generation’ imaging equipment. This includes Siemens FORCE CT scanner that produces the highest quality cardiac images with a drastically lower dose of radiation.