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Helping you find the right beat.

The heart is an elegant and complex pump that relies on an electrical system to coordinate heartbeats. When this system malfunctions, the heart’s rhythm may become…

  • too fast
  • too slow
  • or irregular

… which makes the heart pump less efficiently. 

 Patients may feel…

  • palpitations (heart skipping)
  • shortness of breath
  • mild chest discomfort
  • or fatigue

Some severe heart & rhythm disorders can result in syncope (passing out) or even sudden death. 

Our electrophysiologists have specialized training in diagnosing and treating electrical problems and the heart rhythm disorders (arrhythmias) they cause.

The new beat of heart health.

Combining knowledge, skilled hands, and the most advanced technology available, our physicians are helping restore rhythm to their patients’ hearts and lives.

Baptist Electrophysiology specializes in:

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24-hour referral line (210) 297-7005
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Learn more about electrophysiology procedures, cardiac rhythm devices and set up an appointment or referral by contacting us at (210) 297-7005 for one of the locations below.

Northeast Baptist Hospital
8811 Village Drive
San Antonio, TX 78217

Baptist Medical Center
111 Dallas Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205

St. Luke's Baptist Hospital
7930 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78229

  • “They’ve really stepped up the level of care,” says Dr. Stephen Reich, Cardiac Electrophysiologist.

  • “From the time that the patient comes into the lab – we just built a brand new electrophysiology suite with state of the art technology, including the stereotaxis system – all the way up to great lab staff who are fully trained and really put forth the team effort on patient care."  

  • “It really just shows the Baptist drive and effort to be at the top in the field of electrophysiology.”