Mercer Bucks Cardiology began in October, 1997, when physicians from Mercer Cardiology joined together with physicians from Yardley Cardiology to form a comprehensive cardiology practice. Today we have 30 cardiologists and 10 cardiology-advanced trained nurse practitioners providing the highest quality of care in Mercer and Bucks counties.

The practice offers every aspect of state-of-the-art cardiovascular medicine and cardiac diagnostic testing. We have offices in Lawrenceville and Robbinsville, New Jersey, and across the river in Newtown, Pennsylvania.

Mercer Bucks Cardiology services patients at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital-Hamilton, Capital Health Medical Center-Hopewell, Saint Francis Medical Center in Trenton, University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, and Saint Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.

Our comprehensive practice has five interventional cardiologists performing the highest end procedures. Mercer Bucks Cardiology was the first practice in this region to place a stent in a thoracic aortic aneurysm, reducing the need for open-heart surgery.

Our physicians were part of a group at St. Mary Medical Center to be the first to administer trans-catheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) in Bucks County. This minimally invasive procedure is used to treat patients with severe aortic stenosis.

Mercer Bucks Cardiology has an advanced heart failure program, which is one of the first community cardiology programs in the nation to treat LVAD patients (Left Ventricular Assist Device). Dr. Jerome Thomas, director of this program, is one of the only board certified heart failure specialists in Bucks County and one of a few hundred cardiologists nationwide who are board-certified in heart failure.

The practice also offers a Women’s Heart Health Program dedicated to early detection and prevention of cardiovascular disease in women. The program provides free screening to evaluate risk factors in women.

Mercer Bucks Cardiology is affiliated with the Arrhythmia Institute in treating complex arrhythmia conditions. For more information about the Arrhythmia Institute, you can reach them directly at 215-741-5600.

We believe education, prevention, and early detection is the path to a long, healthy life.

For exceptional care, contact one of our three offices directly: Lawrenceville 609-895-1919, Robbinsville 609-890-6677, or Newtown, Pennsylvania 215-860-3344 or visit us online at www.mercerbuckscardiology.com. We are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to p.m.

Mercer Bucks Cardiology, 3140 Princeton Pike, 2nd Floor, Lawrenceville. 609-895-1919. 104 Pheasant Run Road, Suite 128, Newtown, PA. 215-860-3344. 1 Union Street, Suite 101, Robbinsville. 609-890-6677.

The Arrhythmia Institute. 11 Friends Lane, Suite 103, Newtown, PA. 215-741-5600. www.mercerbuckscardiology.com. See ad, page 16.

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