Non-invasive cardiology care for the Adirondacks and North Country
Adirondack Medical Center
2233 State Route 86
Saranac Lake, NY 12983
Phone: (518) 897-2388
The cardiology program at Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake offers a broad range of sophisticated services to diagnose and treat several heart conditions.
A hallmark of the cardiology center is the one-on-one attention our patients receive. Board certified and fellowship trained Cardiologist Dr. Anthony Tramontano will personally assess and examine you, diagnose and develop a plan of therapy, and arrange for appropriate testing and procedures as needed.
Having regular and consistent access to best-in-class cardiology care is important for residents in our region. The cardiology center at AMC also emphasizes the importance of prevention by encouraging healthy lifestyle changes and risk-factor modification.
A leader in his field
Dr. Tramontano is a familiar face in the North Country, who previously provided cardiology care at Canton-Potsdam Hospital. He is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, nuclear cardiology and echocardiography, and fellowship trained in cardiology and advanced cardiovascular imaging. Dr. Tramontano received his medical training at St. George’s University School of Medicine, SUNY Downstate, Winthrop University Hospital and New York University.
Dr. Tramontano and his team provide the latest innovations in cardiac care and clinical therapies to patients with heart conditions. He listens to patient concerns so he can make an accurate diagnosis to help develop an individualized treatment plan.
Our care team provides a broad range of non-invasive cardiovascular services, including:
- Electrocardiogram (EKG): Records the electrical activity of the heart over time.
- Stress Test: Used to determine blood flow to the heart, detect abnormal rhythm, evaluates effectiveness of a procedure or medications and to determine if further studies should be completed.
- Holter Monitoring: A monitor is worn at home during normal daily activities to determine the heart's response to exercise; it also will help rule out heart arrhythmias.
- Echocardiography (ECHO): Cardiac ultrasound using standard ultrasound techniques to view two-dimensional images of the heart in real time.
- Transesophageal Echocardiogram (TEE): Performed in our facility by a team including physicians, RNs and echocardiographers, this test enhances cardiac images for a more accurate cardiac diagnosis.