Washington, Mo. – Mercy Clinic Heart and Vascular is combining its two Washington offices into one starting March 25. The move will allow patients to have access to all of Mercy’s cardiologists, clinical staff and testing services at one primary location in Washington.
Physicians and staff in suite 304 in the Mercy Medical Building North will move to the Heart and Vascular office on the second floor of the Mercy Medical Building South at 901 Patients First Drive. This includes interventional cardiologist Joseph Moore, MD, cardiologist Joseph Polizzi, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist Bobby Kurian and cardiothoracic surgeons Jeanne Cleveland, Mark Blucher and John Marbarger Jr.
They will join interventional cardiologist Michael Wood and cardiologists Michael Beardslee, John Mohart and Brian Seeck, and nurse practitioners Dena Kruse and Stephanie Lickerman. Patients of all Mercy Clinic Heart and Vascular Washington physicians will have one phone number to call: 636-239-2711.
Mercy Clinic Heart and Vascular offers office consultations and screenings for heart-related health complaints and physician-recommended plans for managing heart disease through medication and lifestyle plans. The physicians provide 24/7 care in the catheterization lab at Mercy Hospital Washington, where they provide emergency care to open blockages that cause heart attacks and testing for blockages as well as congenital disorders.
The physicians of Mercy Heart and Vascular Washington also offer office hours in Hermann, Owensville, Sullivan and Sunset Hills. For more information, call 636-239-2711 or ask your primary care physician for a referral.