our PRACTICE offers

state of the art TECHNOLOGY

Cardiology Associates of Michigan, P.C. offers leading-edge technology, progressive treatment modalities, and ongoing contributions to the latest developments in cardiac care, and we participate in clinical research with an emphasis on patient education. Our clinical team offers the most comprehensive adult cardiac care in the area. We recognize the needs of our patients and strive to provide comprehensive cardiovascular care, enabling our patients to have full and active lifestyles. We collaborate with the finest hospitals in the area to provide the best in acute, chronic, and preventive care.

Cardiovascular diseases are the leading causes of death and disability in America. We are committed to providing the highest quality care with a goal of decreasing those numbers and improving the well-being of cardiology patients throughout Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, and St. Clair counties.

VENOUS TREATMENTS

Varicose veins are not only a cosmetic issue. They can also cause or be signs of more serious cardiovascular problems.

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Cardiac Electrophysiology

We are recognized statewide as a leader in researching, diagnosing, and treating the heart’s electrical activities. Our cardiologists diagnose and treat atrial fibrillation, ablation, atrial flutter, and other heart conditions through various means.

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Invasive Coronary

Cardiac catheterization, percutaneous coronary intervention, magnetic resonance imaging, angioplasty, and stenting are among the procedures that are effective in treating coronary conditions.

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HEART ATTACK RISK ASSESSMENT

Assessments including heart calcium scoring and vascular disease screening can help you become more proactive regarding your heart health.

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GENETIC TESTING

Diagnostic testing can help you become aware of genetic factors that may lead to heart disease.

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Heart Calcium Scoring

A CT scan, or computed tomography, of the heart allows us to measure the amount of calcium in the walls of the arteries.

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Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

When a portion of the heart becomes thicker, the heart is less able to pump blood effectively. Echocardiography is used to evaluate and monitor patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

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NUCLEAR TESTING

Stress tests, MUGA scans, and thallium viability studies are among the tests that can help determine if you need additional care.

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PERIPHERAL STUDIES

Exploring what’s going on around your heart and in your arms and legs allows our cardiologists to identify potential problems early on.

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Stress Testing

Treadmill stress testing and exercise stress echocardiograms allow us to evaluate how your body reacts to physical activity or other stressors, which is a reliable way to evaluate your heart health.

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Cardiac Ultrasound

Diagnostic exams including echocardiograms, bubble studies, and transesophageal echocardiogram allow us to hear and see what’s happening in and around your heart.

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Monitors

Event monitors, Holter monitors, and cardionet monitors can be used to track activity that will help your cardiologist further evaluate […]

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VENOUS TREATMENTS

Varicose veins are not only a cosmetic issue. They can also cause or be signs of more serious cardiovascular problems.

LEARN MORE

Cardiac Electrophysiology

We are recognized statewide as a leader in researching, diagnosing, and treating the heart’s electrical activities. Our cardiologists diagnose and treat atrial fibrillation, ablation, atrial flutter, and other heart conditions through various means.

LEARN MORE

Invasive Coronary

Cardiac catheterization, percutaneous coronary intervention, magnetic resonance imaging, angioplasty, and stenting are among the procedures that are effective in treating coronary conditions.

LEARN MORE

HEART ATTACK RISK ASSESSMENT

Assessments including heart calcium scoring and vascular disease screening can help you become more proactive regarding your heart health.

LEARN MORE

GENETIC TESTING

Diagnostic testing can help you become aware of genetic factors that may lead to heart disease.

LEARN MORE

Heart Calcium Scoring

A CT scan, or computed tomography, of the heart allows us to measure the amount of calcium in the walls of the arteries.

LEARN MORE

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

When a portion of the heart becomes thicker, the heart is less able to pump blood effectively. Echocardiography is used to evaluate and monitor patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

LEARN MORE

NUCLEAR TESTING

Stress tests, MUGA scans, and thallium viability studies are among the tests that can help determine if you need additional care.

LEARN MORE

PERIPHERAL STUDIES

Exploring what’s going on around your heart and in your arms and legs allows our cardiologists to identify potential problems early on.

LEARN MORE

Stress Testing

Treadmill stress testing and exercise stress echocardiograms allow us to evaluate how your body reacts to physical activity or other stressors, which is a reliable way to evaluate your heart health.

LEARN MORE

Cardiac Ultrasound

Diagnostic exams including echocardiograms, bubble studies, and transesophageal echocardiogram allow us to hear and see what’s happening in and around your heart.

LEARN MORE

Monitors

Event monitors, Holter monitors, and cardionet monitors can be used to track activity that will help your cardiologist further evaluate […]

LEARN MORE

VENOUS TREATMENTS

Varicose veins are not only a cosmetic issue. They can also cause or be signs of more serious cardiovascular problems.

LEARN MORE

Cardiac Electrophysiology

We are recognized statewide as a leader in researching, diagnosing, and treating the heart’s electrical activities. Our cardiologists diagnose and treat atrial fibrillation, ablation, atrial flutter, and other heart conditions through various means.

LEARN MORE

Invasive Coronary

Cardiac catheterization, percutaneous coronary intervention, magnetic resonance imaging, angioplasty, and stenting are among the procedures that are effective in treating coronary conditions.

LEARN MORE

HEART ATTACK RISK ASSESSMENT

Assessments including heart calcium scoring and vascular disease screening can help you become more proactive regarding your heart health.

LEARN MORE

GENETIC TESTING

Diagnostic testing can help you become aware of genetic factors that may lead to heart disease.

LEARN MORE

Heart Calcium Scoring

A CT scan, or computed tomography, of the heart allows us to measure the amount of calcium in the walls of the arteries.

LEARN MORE

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

When a portion of the heart becomes thicker, the heart is less able to pump blood effectively. Echocardiography is used to evaluate and monitor patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

LEARN MORE

NUCLEAR TESTING

Stress tests, MUGA scans, and thallium viability studies are among the tests that can help determine if you need additional care.

LEARN MORE

PERIPHERAL STUDIES

Exploring what’s going on around your heart and in your arms and legs allows our cardiologists to identify potential problems early on.

LEARN MORE

Stress Testing

Treadmill stress testing and exercise stress echocardiograms allow us to evaluate how your body reacts to physical activity or other stressors, which is a reliable way to evaluate your heart health.

LEARN MORE

Cardiac Ultrasound

Diagnostic exams including echocardiograms, bubble studies, and transesophageal echocardiogram allow us to hear and see what’s happening in and around your heart.

LEARN MORE

Monitors

Event monitors, Holter monitors, and cardionet monitors can be used to track activity that will help your cardiologist further evaluate […]

LEARN MORE

He’s a godsend. I am eternally grateful to Dr. Joumaa, and his staff is just wonderful.

Donna M.
REAd Donna’S SUCCESS STORY

For being 85 years old, I feel as if I don’t even have a bad heart, thanks to everyone at Cardiology Associates of Michigan.

Lillian F.
REAd Lillian’S SUCCESS STORY
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Cardiology Associates of Michigan provides cardiac risk assessment, cardiac calcium scoring, and peripheral disease screenings for heart patients throughout metropolitan Detroit. We offer a 24/7 call center for emergencies, as well as urgent office consults within 48 hours. We have four convenient locations and office hours to meet your needs.

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WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY

When you hear that you need treatment for your heart, it scares you. Your heart is your lifeline, after all. The testing and treatments were easier than I thought they would be. I still have a long way to go to get back to full health, but with Card of Mich by my side, I know I’ll get there.John R.

WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY

I was so worried about the health of my child, and I was concerned about how she would react to the testing and treatments. The staff at Card of Mich was able to calm her nerves – and mine. They were very sensitive to our unique needs, and we both feel very comfortable with them.Mary S.

WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY

Cardiology Associates of Michigan saved my life. I had been experiencing shortness of breath for a long time but ignored it until my husband convinced me to see a local heart doctor. After diagnostic testing, my cardiologist discovered that I was in the early stages of heart disease. Now, with the right care and education, I feel so much better.Barbara N.