Heart and Vascular Hospital

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The Electrophysiology Center at Hackensack University Medical Center was established in 1989. Here, our board-certified electrophysiologists, along with a team of health care experts, bring their years of experience to deliver leading treatment options and excellent clinical outcomes for patients with atrial fibrillation.

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The electrophysiologists at Hackensack University Medical Center have treated thousands of patients, with an outstanding record of safety and results.

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