Expert Care for Irregular Heart Rhythms
A team of physicians from multiple specialty areas care for arrhythmia patients at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The multidisciplinary team includes board-certified electrophysiologists, cardiac surgeons and other heart and vascular specialists. Their combined skills and experience make it possible to successfully treat even the most complex cases of arrhythmia. These cases might include patients who have complicated conditions with multiple diagnoses.
Complete Diagnostic Capabilities
The Medical College of Wisconsin’s Heart and Vascular Center offers the full spectrum of state-of-the-art diagnostic tests, including electrophysiology studies, cardiac MRI, genetic testing, event monitors and tilt table tests.
MCW also offers specialized protocols for performing MRI scans on patients with both MRI-compatible as well as the older, non-MRI compatible ICDs and pacemakers. Call (414) 777-1690 to order or schedule an MRI scan.
Meet Our Team
Cardiovascular Electrophysiology Care
A high level of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology care is being provided by the following doctors at Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital:
- Jason Rubenstein, MD, has a clinic on Monday mornings from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and does procedures on Monday afternoons.
- Dalip Singh, MD, has a clinic on Wednesday mornings from 7:00-11:00 am and does procedures on Wednesday afternoons.
Please call (414) 805-6633 to schedule an appointment.
As the region's only academic electrophysiology group, MCW Arrhythmia Clinic physicians conduct and participate in local and national research studies and clinical trials related to arrhythmia and other heart and vascular conditions. If you are interested in participating in a trial, or referring a patient for one, please call (414) 955-6777.
The MCW Electrophysiology group is pleased to announce the initiation of a ACGME-certified electrophysiology fellowship. More details are available on the EP Fellowship Web page.
Patient Education Videos
What are the risk factors associated with implantable devices?
Irregular Heart Rhythms
When should people diagnosed with arrhythmia get a second opinion?
What is a heart arrhythmia?
What are the risks of not treating arrhythmia and how can it affect my health?
How does the Arrhythmia Program staff work with my primary physician?
What are arrhythmia symptoms and when should you seek medical attention?
What is cardioversion treatment?
What is an electrophysiologist?
What are the various causes of an arrhythmia?
Will physical activity be limited after being treated for arrhythmia?
Who is at a high risk for developing an arrhythmia?
What are the advantages of being treated at an academic medical center?
Do genetic factors affect the risk of having an arrhythmia?
How will arrhythmia treatment affect an exercise routine?
What is an echocardiogram?
What other types of specialists help treat arrhythmia?
Can treatment be done in an outpatient setting or is a hospital stay required?
When is a pacemaker used to treat an irregular heartbeat and how is it implanted?
What are the various methods for treating arrhythmia?
What are the different types of ablation treatment?
Can an arrhythmia ever be cured?
What is bradycardia?
What is an electrophysiology study (EP study)?
Are there clinical trials to improve arrhythmia diagnosis and treatment?
When is a defibrillator used for treatment and how is it implanted?
What type of equipment and tests are used to detect arrhythmia?
CBS interview with Dr. Rubenstein on MRIs and pacemakers 2/5/14
Referring Physicians Information
To transfer an Arrhythmia patient or consult with a specialist:
Call the Access Center at (414) 805-4700 or (877) 804-4700. (For physicians and staff only.)
Nurses are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.