Introduction

Welcome to the webpages of the Řevnice cardiology and angiology outpatient clinic.


MUDr. Lubor Goláň, Lucie Ryvolová

Outpatient clinic of cardiology and angiology in Řevnice was founded in 2008 with the aim to provide outpatient specialized care in cardiology and angiology (peripheral vascular diseases).

We perform cardiology and angiolology (vascular) examinations including ECG, echocardiography, ultrasound vascular examinations (e.g. carotid arteries, examination of arteries and veins of extremities), stress testing (bicycle stress test), ECG monitoring (Holter) and 24h ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.

We cooperate with general practitioners and specialists in the area and closely with the General Faculty Hospital in Prague, mainly with the 2nd Department of internal medicine, where we recommend patients for highly specialized examinations and procedures (e.g. coronary angiography, percutaneous procedures in coronary and peripheral vasculature, electrophysiological examinations etc.). Our physicians work part time at the 2nd Department of internal medicine and make sure that procedures are scheduled optimally and their course is also optimal. We cooperate also with other hospitals according to the wishes of our patients or if required to. We always provide the best care.

Our cardiology patients most frequently suffer from high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, rhythm disturbance, and valve diseases. Our angiology patients most frequently come with peripheral vascular disease or venous disease of lower extremities (including varicose veins).We provide examination and consultation to patients suffering from chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, pain of lower extremities, edemas or other complaints. We also examine sportsmen and people from professions requiring stress tests (e.g. firemen).

The clinic is situated near the center of Řevnice in Masaryk street. Parking on the street is without problems and free. The care is covered by health insurance companies and special recommendation is not necessary, but may be helpful especially if accompanied by medical history.