Arrhythmia

Make an Appointment

To request an appointment with one of our arrhythmia specialists, call: 650-723-6459.

Treatment for Arrhythmia

Stanford’s Cardiac Arrhythmia Service is one of few programs in the country with a comprehensive cardiovascular genetics program, with specialists in inherited arrhythmias.

Clinical Trials

View Closed Clinical Trials for Arrhythmia »

Frequently Asked Questions for Accessing Care

Considering Stanford
What areas of clinical research and innovation are Stanford doctors currently pursuing?
What insurance plans does Stanford Health Care accept?
How do I find the right doctor for me?
What support services are available for patients with arrhythmia?
Do I need a doctor referral to be seen at Cardiac Arrhythmia Service?
Is financial assistance available?
First Appointment
What should I bring to my first appointment?
I need directions to the clinic. Where do I park?
How do I send my medical record to SHC?
Can my family member or friend attend my appointment?
What is the best way to get all my questions answered during my appointment?
Current Patients
How do I reach someone if I have questions about my care?

Current patients may reach one of our outstanding arrhythmia nurse specialists during clinic hours at 650-723-6459. For after-hours, reach the on-call arrhythmia doctor at 650-723-7111.

How do I pay my bill?
What support resources are available to me?
How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?

Please call our clinic receptionists at 650-723-6459. They are available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. to help you reschedule or cancel your appointment. 

How do I know if a Clinical Trial is right for me?
International Patients
I live overseas. How do I access Stanford care?

Please call +1 650-723-8561 or email IMS@stanfordheatlhcare.org to get started. 

What Is Arrhythmia?

Stanford Doctor Shares Breakthrough Afib Care
For decades, doctors worked to control atrial fibrillation in their patients suffering from this debilitating heart disorder. Without a technology to confirm that afib was triggered by identifiable locations in the heart, multiple procedures were often necessary to control afib’s symptoms. Stanford cardiologist Sanjiv Narayan spent several years developing that technology. Called FIRM, this mapping technology pinpoints those locations and then guides doctors to ablation treatment so definitive that it often becomes a one-time procedure. In this video, he shares details of how it works and video of a procedure. Stanford Cardiac Arrhythmia Service - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-clinics/cardiac-arrhythmia-service.html About FIRM Ablation - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-treatments/f/firm-ablation.html About Atrial Fibrillation - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-conditions/blood-heart-circulation/atrial-fibrillation.html Stanford Physician: Paul Wang, MD - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/w/paul-wang.html#summary-content Stanford Physician: Sanjiv Narayan, MD - https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/n/sanjiv-narayan-sanjiv1.html#summary-content

Our Clinics

Our nationally recognized electrophysiologists provide exceptional care with a compassionate touch for people with all types of arrhythmia. Our team includes experts from several heart specialties with decades of experience in patient-centered care.