I can't tell you a specific name, but if you are in SW Lousiana, you are close to Houston, and that is one of the greatest heart treatment centers in the world. I had valve surgery there. I did have a cardiologist who did my presurgical cath and who followed me postsurgically in the hospital, and I would go back to him anytime. He is extremely well regarded and is the head of a large, high-profile cardiology group. If you want to message me offline, I would be happy to give you the contact info for that group, and I'm sure they have an EP specialist. There is a good chance they have a website with the doctors' vitas on it.
hey skydnr, this is my new profile, my old one was "cookienkikin", im thinking really hard on having a EP study done in Houston, if you could please give me your contact info I want to discuss this further with you. thanks
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