Cardiac Electrophysiology Team Reaches Major Milestone

Cardiac Electrophysiology Team Reaches Major Milestone

Congratulations to the cardiac electrophysiology (EP) team, who recently performed their 1000th cardiac ablation! Valley’s EP program started in March 2019.

The EP team provides care for people with electrical issues of the heart, such as irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia). Our state-of-the-art EP lab allows physicians and staff to use the latest techniques to diagnose and treat heart arrhythmias, such as atrial fibrillation, or A-fib. The team uses advanced 3-D mapping and imaging technologies, helping get heartbeats back in sync through cardiac ablation, implantable devices such as pacemakers or implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs), and other treatments.

Learn more about cardiovascular care at Valley.

Meet Valley’s two cardiac electrophysiologists, Lee Dolack, MD, and Sawyer Gillespie, MD.

Learn more about cardiac electrophysiology at Valley in the video below.


Pictured above from left to right: Sawyer Gillespie, MD, Electrophysiologist; Kyle King, EP Coordinator; Lee Dolack, MD, Electrophysiologist; Meagan Boyer, EP Coordinator; Robyn Bird, Original EP staff nurse, 1st EP coordinator and person who helped develop the program, current EP RN; Courtney Hammer, EP tech; Belinda Thomas, EP RN; Treasure Call, EP tech, radiology educator

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