PacMed Cardiology – Federal Way
At PacMed Cardiology, the patient will find a partner in their cardiologist, a caring specialist with whom they may raise concerns and ask questions.
Our cardiologists have extensive experience in diagnosing and treating disorders of the heart and blood vessels. They work closely with patients to prevent heart disease, as well as to design treatment that best meets their health needs.
Coordinated Care for Excellent Outcomes
The Cardiology team at PacMed offers state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services for a full range of cardiac diseases and conditions. We are committed to compassionate patient care and clinical excellence. At PacMed, we value coordinated, patient-centered care. Our cardiologist will work closely with the referring provider to ensure a seamless and thoughtful treatment plan.
- Preventive cardiology
- Rhythm monitoring
- Vascular ultrasound
- Nuclear cardiology
- Second opinion and consultation
WHAT TO BRING
Bring the following items to make the most of your time with the doctor:
- ID and insurance cards
- Your co-pay
- Any X-rays and labs from outside the PacMed/Swedish/Providence network
- A list of your questions and symptoms.
Please plan to arrive 20 minutes early to park and check in. Read more details on how to prepare for your visit.
CHECK YOUR COVERAGE
To avoid financial surprises, we recommend calling your insurance before your visit to check your coverage for:
- Pacific Medical Centers
- The provider you’re seeing
- The services or procedures you are coming in for.
It’s good to ask your insurance whether our clinic and provider are in network and what your financial responsibility might be.
If you or a family member are active or retired military, you may be eligible for the Uniformed Services Family Health Plan (USFHP).
USFHP is TRICARE prime option offering top-quality civilian medical care. USFHP is sponsored by the Department of Defense and has been administered in our region by PacMed for over 30 years.
Call 800.585.5883 to learn more or enroll in the US Family Health Plan (USFHP).