Emory at Duluth, Heart & Vascular

Emory at Duluth, Heart & Vascular Address:

1845 Satellite Boulevard, Suite 500
Duluth, Georgia 30097

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Hours of Operation:

Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
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Heart & Vascular Services Offered:

The Emory Heart & Vascular Center at Duluth is committed to providing evaluation and management services for patients in Duluth and surrounding communities with known or suspected cardiovascular disease. Our expert team is skilled in the most advanced diagnostics and interventions to detect and treat cardiac conditions and diseases.

• Echocardiography
• Treadmill Stress Testing
• Holter and Event Monitoring

Our Physicians

S. Tanveer Rab, MD
Sheila Woodhouse, MD
David Shonkoff, MD

Other Contact Information:

Patient Scheduling - 404-778-6473
Emory General Health Questions - Emory HealthConnection℠: 404-778-7777
Physician to Physician - Emory Physician Consult Line: 404-778-5050

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About Emory Heart & Vascular

There are more than 20 Emory Heart & Vascular Center locations throughout Atlanta, Western Georgia, Northern Georgia and North Carolina. Each heart and vascular outreach clinic is staffed by Emory physicians and nurses to provide local communities easy access to exceptional health care services. Our cardiologists regularly consult with other Emory specialists to ensure the best possible treatment for each of our patients. In addition, they participate in ongoing training to keep current with the latest information regarding treatment options and new procedures available for heart and vascular diseases.

Consistently recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top heart and cardiovascular centers in the country, the Emory Heart & Vascular Center is committed to providing quality health care services to local communities throughout Georgia and beyond. In addition, many of Emory’s cardiologists and surgeons have been featured as “top doctors” in publications such as Atlanta magazine, The Journal of the American Medical Association and the American Journal of Hypertension.