Cardiology Consultants of Philadelphia

Care as it should be.

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We, the physicians of Cardiology Consultants of Philadelphia, remain steadfast in our belief that the trust inherent to the patient/physician relationship is the cornerstone of our practice; that our first obligation will always be to provide the best and most comprehensive care to our patients. 

While we do not, as a rule, hold public position on political issues, we instead view the recent Supreme Court decision limiting a women’s rights as a healthcare issue, one which we feel constitutes a violation of that trust.

We believe that no local, state, or federal authority has the right to legislate treatment guidelines that have always been and should forever remain between a patient and their treating physician.  Furthermore, we are unified in our unshakable belief that no criminal action or civil penalties should ever be considered against any physician who is acting in the best interests of their patients.


What every physician wants most is to have the time, the tools and the resources to provide each and every patient with access to the most complete and effective care possible. That recognition is what makes CCP the only cardiology practice of its kind in Greater Philadelphia.

We came together as cardiologists who were powerfully motivated to practice the way we were trained—to remove the obstacles and red tape that can impede the quality of care. To create an independent model that allows us to deliver complete, compassionate diagnoses and cardiac care treatments to families throughout our region. To work as a tightly integrated team, ensuring that every patient we serve receives the benefit of all our combined knowledge, experience and resources.

Here’s What That Means.

In practical terms, this philosophy translates into some measurable advantages that enable us to provide unsurpassed access to care. For one, we have more offices (over 35) and more physicians (over 100 cardiologists) representing more subspecialties than any other local practice so our cardiovascular care is both convenient and comprehensive. For another, we accept every major form of health insurance offered in the region, so we never have to turn away a patient because of their coverage.

Care From The Heart.

What drew us to pioneer this independent practice model—and to medicine in the first place—was a passion for patient care. Our goal from the beginning has been to attract heart specialists who feel the same way and patients who appreciate the quality of attention they will receive. If there’s a reason why CCP has grown to become the region’s leading provider of comprehensive cardiovascular care, we believe that’s it.


Over 100 physicians at CCP are experts in every aspect of cardiovascular care, but many are also certified in a variety of sub-specialties, enabling us to perform a full complement of tests and procedures for the benefit of our patients.

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