Capital Cardiology

Transition Notice

Capital Cardiology

For more than 20 years, it has been our pleasure to serve the Cardiology needs of our patients through our Capital Cardiology Division.

As 2020 comes to an end, we are excited to announce that Capital Cardiology will become Baptist Health Medical Group Cardiology Frankfort.  The Cardiology office will be part of the Baptist Health Medical Group Services Network as of January 1, 2021.

We are pleased to share that Dr. Heredia and all of the current Capital Cardiology Patient Services Team members will continue to be part of the new Cardiology Service Team in the same location with which you are already familiar.  They will have the same phone number that you have come to know:  502.227.7188 and will have access to your current Capital Cardiology medical records to assist with continuity of care.

The office is closed to patients from Monday, December 28, 2020 to January 4, 2021 as we finalize this transition.  We thank you for your patience.

If you need medication refills prior to January 4th, please contact your pharmacy.  They will contact us if they need additional information.  If you have an appointment after January 4th, please be assured that the visit is on the new appointment book and the providers and techs are expecting you.

We will do our best to help with the smooth transition of services and thank you for allowing us to assist with your health care services.

Carol Amick,

C.E.O.

Contact Info

Capital Cardiology
Office: (502) 227-7188
Fax: (502) 227-7379
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday
Closed Saturday, Sunday and major holidays

Department's Services

This test helps evaluate your heart’s health. It uses a radioactive tracer and Nuclear Medicine Camera to take pictures of the heart (1) while you are at rest and (2) when you are exercising. These pictures can reveal any deficiency in blood supply to the heart muscle.

We take an ultrasound of the heart to detect abnormalities and determine overall functionality of the heart.

The patient walks on a treadmill while being monitored to determine fitness and / or any coronary problems.
This is a diagnostic ultrasound of the carotid arteries in the neck to detect any blockage.
We monitor heart activity for 24 hours to 30 days, depending on patient symptoms.
This test measures blood flow in extremities and aids in the diagnosis of peripheral vascular disease.

Cardiologists

A powerfull team working for your Health

Raul Heredia, M.D., F.A.C.C., ASE

Cardiologist