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Specializes in cardiovascular medicine and clinical cardiac electrophysiology.
Hanan Morcos is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology. Prior to her medical education, she attended Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree, double majoring in Chemistry and Biological Science.
She went on to Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica, West Indies, from which she earned her Doctorate of Medicine. Dr. Morcos completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Saint Vincent’s Catholic Medical Centers of New York where she was the House Staff Association President.
She then completed a total of three fellowships. The first was a Critical Care Fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, NY. This was followed by a Cardiovascular Disease Medicine Fellowship at SUNY-Health Science Center-Downstate Medical Center. Finally, she completed a Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. During this time she was trained in epicardial ablative technique. Her training also included transeptal catheterization, endovascular laser-assisted lead extraction techniques, retrograde aortic procedure, atrial fibrillation ablation, complex ventricular tachycardia ablation, as well as cardiac resynchronization therapy.
Dr. Morcos began working as a Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiologist for New York Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, NY. She was a Full-Time Attending Faculty Member. During this time she oversaw the teaching of electrophysiology fellows, general cardiology fellows, Electrophysiology physician assistants, and medical residents at both New York Methodist Hospital and Interfaith Medical Center.
Next, Dr. Morcos worked at Williamsport Regional Medical Center, where she was the Medical Director of the Department of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology.
She then served as the Medical Director for the Department of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology at San Angelo Community Medical Center in San Angelo, TX.
Whether you are young and healthy and have some troubling palpitations,or are older with multiple preexisting risk factors, our practice promises that you get the assurance you need to live a healthy life. We offer comprehensive cardiovascular care with EKG monitoring, echocardiogram, stress testing, as well as vascular evaluation. We also check and service all implantable devices.
When a patient reports symptoms of an irregular cardiac event, physicians can choose to monitor cardiac activity using a Holter monitor, cardiac event monitor, or mobile cardiac telemetry. These are often a physician’s first line of defense when a patient reports symptoms of a cardiac irregularity. They are a non-invasive, wearable device that records the patient’s heart rhythm for a prescribed period of time during which the patient assumes normal, daily activities.
An echocardiogram (echo) is a test that uses high frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to make pictures of your heart.
Your doctor may use an echo test to look at your heart’s structure and check how well your heart functions. The test helps your doctor find out:
The test also will help your doctor find out if there are:
A stress test, sometimes called a treadmill test or exercise test, helps a doctor find out how well your heart handles work. As your body works harder during the test, it requires more oxygen, so the heart must pump more blood. The test can show if the blood supply is reduced in the arteries that supply the heart. It also helps doctors know the kind and level of exercise appropriate for a patient.
In carotid doppler, a probe is placed over the suspect artery — especially arteries in the neck (carotid) or at the base of the skull (vertebral) — and the amount of blood flow through a blood vessel is determined. Examples of blood flow tests are B-mode imaging, Doppler testing and duplex scanning. These tests give detailed information about the condition of arteries.
A healthy blood flow is something we take for granted – the assumption our veins and arteries will keep the vital fluid moving through our body at a healthy rate. But sometimes blood flow slows and clots form, wreaking havoc on our health.
Diagnosis is done by assessment — a health care professional gathers information about a person’s medical history, age, medications and specific lifestyle factors.
A Doppler ultrasound may be performed on the legs and certain blood tests that detect a greater chance of blood clotting may be performed.
Pacemakers and defibrillators are devices that have wires which are implanted into the heart tissue and can deliver electrical shocks, detect the rhythm of the heart and sometimes "pace" the heart's rhythms, as needed.
Atrial fibrillation occurs when the top chambers of the heart beat erratically, causing an irregular, chaotic heart beat. While it’s not life threatening, if left untreated this common condition can lead to more serious problems such as stroke or congestive heart failure.
Our mission is to provide you with personalized, high-quality care. We are dedicated to improving and maintaining your health through preventative care and treating chronic diseases.
HM Cardiology, PA offers broad array of services geared to address today’s most common illness and cardiovascular disease.
Our goal is to improve and maintain your overall health and to empower you with an understanding of your condition and wellness plan. Let's get started today on path to your life-long wellness.
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1373 Broad St, Suite # 308, Clifton, New Jersey 07013, United States
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 1:00pm