Savannah Cardiology: Rollings Robert C MD

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| Servicing all of Chatham County, GA

Savannah Cardiology is an eight member group of board certified cardiologists providing experienced and expert cardiovascular care to our patients in and around Savannah, Georgia and the Lowcountry of South Carolina. The practice began in 1987, when Dr. Robert Rollings returned to his hometown to practice with his father, Dr. Harry Rollings. The group has been growing steadily since that time with the addition of Drs. Bottner, Hardigan, Daly, and Hartley in the Savannah office.

In 2000, Dr. Sharp joined the group, opening our second office on Hilton Head Island. Since then, Drs. Kalan and MacCabe have been added in South Carolina and in 2009, we opened our third location found at Legacy Medical Center in Okatie, South Carolina. We stress preventative care and work with you and your primary care physician to identify and treat risk factors for developing heart disease. For patients with symptoms of heart disease, our offices is equipped with the latest diagnostic testing equipment.

Our echocardiogram, stress nuclear, and vascular laboratories are all nationally certified. We are aggressive about cardiac health maintenance and have active lipid, anti-arrhythmic, and pacemaker follow-up clinics. We were instrumental in setting up anti-coagulation clinics for patients on warfarin therapy in Savannah, Bluffton, and Hilton Head. As cardiology has become more specialized, so have we. Members of our group have advanced training in cardiac catheterization.

We also provide coronary intervention including angioplasty, atherectomy and stent placement, peripheral vascular intervention, and pacemaker and defibrillator implantation. Our physicians have had additional training in transesophageal echocardiography, cardiac CT, cardiac MRI, and nuclear cardiology. n addition to excellent educational credentials, our physicians have taken leadership roles at area hospitals. We look forward to helping care for you and all of your cardiac needs.