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Specialty Clinic Referral Guidelines - Cardiology Clinic

Specializing in cardiovascular evaluation and treatment

  • Contact: Dr. Michael Illovsky, Chief
    Clinic: (808) 433-6403
    Fax: (808) 433-6683

  • Patients Served: All DEERS eligible DoD Beneficiaries, with priority to Active Duty, VA as space allows, Adult patients only. Patients will also be prioritized based on urgency of the clinical condition.

  • Requirements for Cardiology:

    • A referral from the Primary Care Provider

    • If Air Evac Patient, a completed Patient Movement Record, including patient information and PCP information

    • Diagnostic services include twenty-four hour expert inpatient & outpatient cardiovascular consultative services, a complete ambulatory electrocardiography laboratory, a full service echocardiography laboratory (transthoracic, transesophageal, contrast assisted, stress and dobutamine stress echocardiography), a full service stress-testing laboratory, and a full service diagnostic cardiac catheterization laboratory

    • Services not available include electrophysiological testing services(EPS), electrophysiological catheter based therapies such radiofrequency ablation for atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia, bypass tracts, atrial flutter & atrial fibrillation and transplant surgery