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Arrhythmia

Atrial Fibrillation Treatment at BMC’s Arrhythmia Center

Boston Medical Center’s advanced catheter ablation therapy for the treatment of atrial fibrillation offers patients a potential cure. Our catheter ablation procedure is a safe, effective alternative to surgery and medication that can restore quality of life and, in many cases, eliminate the need for blood thinners.

  • Expert care. Our team of eminently qualified, board certified physicians complete approximately 1,200 procedures each year. Patients are referred to BMC’s Arrhythmia Center not only from the greater Boston area, but throughout New England.

  • Innovative technology and treatment options. Novel drug therapies, access to clinical trials and minimally invasive surgical techniques using superior 3D, high-resolution imaging and state-of-the-art technology for ablation therapy as well as device-based management. 

  • Patient-focused approach. Reduces x-ray exposure and the risk of complications, and shortens the length of procedure and recovery time for patients. Patients are home within 24 hours with no major surgery.

Call 877.930.2288 (toll-free) to learn more.

Kevin Monahan, MD, discusses advanced catheter ablation therapy.Visit www.bmc.org/arrhythmia for more information about BMC’s Arrhythmia Center, ablation therapy for atrial fibrillation and innovative treatment to correct hearts that beat too slowly and are prone to fibrillation or stopping.

View short video where Kevin Monahan, MD, director of BMC’s Arrhythmia Center, discusses advanced ablation therapy for treatment of atrial fibrillation.

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