You are a new patient - WELCOME!

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Click the google map below for directions if you are unsure of our office location. If you need to call the office, just click on the phone number to dial automatically.

Bring your insurance information and list of medications with dosage and frequency. If your insurance requires a referral slip, bring it with you. 

Please plan to arrive in the office 20 to 30 minutes early.

You will meet my excellent staff. Her name is Tammy.

We will talk in my consultation room first.

Then we will go to the exam room.

You will have an EKG.

I will do a cardiovascular exam and we will go back to my office after.

The above photo captures my teaching interaction with my patient that will happen routinely during your visits - using slides from one of my websites.

We share common goals - achieving the best possible clinical outcomes while reducing your long term healthcare cost.

If you are not yet fully vaccinated, I hope you will be soon. If you are unsure, I can guide you. Click on this link and we can have further discussion in the office.

Since we are preventing heart attack, stroke and premature death - there is no reason to exclude getting COVID infection. We want everyone to be safe and feel safe.

I will see you soon.

R. deGoma, MD, FACC, FNLA

Before your appointment, please visit www, and click on Heart Campaign.

For out-of- state Televisit new patients only:

Download and print the new patient form and fax (609-695-7747) to the office when completed. Please include previous EKG, blood tests, any cardiac testing, etc.

To those without previous cardiac history (no previous heart attack, stent, heart bypass):

Please get your coronary calcium score already before your first visit. If you need a doctor's request, please click below, download and print.

Clinical Cardiology

When a 40 or 50 year old patient comes in for heart attack prevention, the initial evaluation involves clinical cardiology expertise. 

Preventive Cardiology

After the initial evaluation, preventive cardiology expertise determines how most accurately determine the risk for cardiovascular events  within the next 5 to 10 years.

Advanced Lipid Clinic

Once the severity of risk is known, medical therapy is optimized to the level of risk. Advanced lipid therapy is the foundation of prevention in high risk patients.

Stop Your Heart Attack Before It Happens

Taking care of your cardiac health

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