Elective Angioplasty

An angioplasty is a procedure in which a small balloon is inserted to open a blocked artery and restore blood flow to the heart. A heart attack can occur if that blood flow becomes completely blocked.

Highly-experienced interventional cardiologists on staff at Community Medical Center are available to perform elective angioplasties. These are the same trusted physicians who have performed hundreds of life-saving angioplasty procedures on an emergency basis.

Cardiology Services at Community Medical Center

For further information about the angioplasty procedure, please speak with your physician. To read more about our cardiac services, visit our page.


Jay H Stone, MD, Director
Interventional Program

Donna Bonacorso
Administrative Director of Cardiovascular Services

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