New Patients

Schedule an appointment by calling 404-251-2850.

Thank you for choosing an Emory Heart and Vascular location for your cardiovascular care. We understand that the idea of visiting a cardiologist’s office for the first time can be associated with anxiety and uncertainty.
As such, we have provided some information to help you know what to expect at your first visit.

We also believe that your time is valuable. With this in mind, we would like to make your visit as efficient and productive as possible. Please review the information below to help us make the most of your visit. If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact our office at 404-251-2850.

What to Bring

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance Card
  • Physician Referral (if required)
  • Medical Records from previous providers
  • Recent lab results
  • ALL Medications and Supplements IN THEIR ORIGINAL CONTAINERS

We ask that you bring your insurance card and ID to every visit.

Please be sure to bring all your medications and supplements (in their original containers) to your appointment for our review. This is the surest way for us to obtain and confirm all the information we need, including medication changes made by other physicians or generic substitutions made by pharmacists. If it is not possible to bring these with you in their original containers, a medication and supplement list is the next best option. This list should include:

  • Exact name of each medication or supplement
  • Exact dosage of each medication or supplement
  • Any prescriptive instructions written on the containers

What to Expect
Upon your arrival, please check in with an associate at the Front Desk. You will be asked to present your insurance card and photo ID at this time.

Once you are called from the waiting area, a staff member will show you to an exam room, where your weight and vital signs can be obtained. At this time, a Emory associate will briefly go over your New Patient Health History Form and discuss the reason for your visit. In most instances, an EKG (electrocardiogram) will be performed in order for your physician to establish a baseline. Your physician will meet with you for a full review of your medical history, discuss any medical records and/or lab results that have been collected, and perform a physical examination. Further testing may be recommended as part of the visit, or for another day if necessary. At this point, you will have the opportunity to discuss any questions or concerns with your physician.

For patients who present for testing only, one of our Technologists will accompany you to the testing laboratory area from the waiting room.

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Riverdale Office

6507 Professional Place, Riverdale,
Georgia 30274
Phone: 770-991-2100

Stockbridge Office

1050 Eagle's Landing Parkway
Suite 101, Stockbridge, Georgia 30281
Phone: 770-474-4248

Locust Grove Office

4899 Bill Gardner Parkway
Locust Grove, Georgia 30248
Fax: 770-914-6359

Fayetteville Office

115 Sumner Road, Fayetteville,
Georgia 30214
Phone: 770-991-2100

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