Virginia Arrhythmia Consultants

Office: (804) 410-9749
Fax: (804) 272-3409

For life-threatening emergencies, call “911” or proceed to the nearest emergency department.

Office Locations

1001 Boulders Parkway, Suite 110
Richmond, VA 23225

Monday-Friday: 8am – 4:30pm
Saturday-Sunday: closed

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West End
7605 Forest Ave,  Suite 410
Richmond, VA 23229

Monday-Friday: 8am – 4:30pm
Saturday-Sunday: closed

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Colonial Heights
930 South Avenue, Suite 4C
Colonial Heights, VA 23834

Thursday: 8am – 11:30am
Monday-Wednesday: closed
Friday-Sunday: closed

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For Referring Providers

Thank you for entrusting the care of your patients to Virginia Arrhythmia Consultants.  We value your confidence in our physicians and service.  At Virginia Arrhythmia Consultants our priority is to provide prompt and expert attention to your patients, as well as provide timely communication to our referring providers.

Why choose VAC?

We are the first and only Cardiac Electrophysiology focused practice in Central Virginia, providing:

  • Comprehensive consultative and procedural services.
  • Advanced diagnostic and treatment options for all arrhythmias including atrial fibrillation, SVT and device based management for bradyarrhythmias and heart failure.
  • High quality, cost effective and compassionate care for your patients.

Accessibility and convenience

With multiple locations, we can offer your patients the access to timely and expert arrhythmia care from our physicians.

Hospital Affiliation

Chippenham Hospital
7101 Jahnke Rd
Richmond, VA 23225

Henrico Doctor’s Hospital
1602 Skipwith Rd
Richmond, VA 23229

St. Mary’s Hospital
5801 Bremo Rd
Richmond, VA 23226

Southside Regional Medical Center
200 Medical Park Blvd
Petersburg, VA 23805

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