Northwest Georgia's ONLY Full-Service Heart Hospital

Redmond Regional Medical Center is Northwest Georgia and Northeast Alabama's most technologically advanced, complete cardiovascular center. Whether you're managing heart disease or recovering from a heart attack, we're here for you throughout diagnosis and treatment.

Call (706) 368-8480 to schedule an appointment with a cardiac specialist.

Non-Invasive:

Minimally Invasive:

Traditional Surgery:

Electrophysiology:

  • Permanent Pacemaker Implantation (PPM)
  • Atrio/Ventricular Laser Lead Extraction
  • Intracardiac Defibrillator Implantation (ICD)
  • Bi-Ventricular PPM/ICD
  • NIPS
  • Electrophysiology Studies (EPS)
  • Cardiac Mapping
  • AV-Node and Transeptal Ablation
  • Tilt table Test

Cardiac Rehab Inpatient and Outpatient:

  • Outpatient Heart Failure Clinic
  • Comprehensive program including medical treatment, monitoring, education, specially trained staff
  • Individualized treatment plan
  • Direct communication with PCP
  • IV Therapy

Quick heart attack intervention saves lives. Redmond offers the most advanced technology in the event of an emergency. Cardiologists monitor real-time heart readings on their phone and can diagnose a heart attack from a patient's home. When every minute counts, our ER team is ready the second the ambulance arrives.

We are committed to reducing the amount of time it takes to restore blood flow to the heart after a patient arrives. Currently, the national benchmark time is 90 minutes. Redmond averages 52 minutes.

Our excellence for exceptional heart care has resulted in the following awards and accolades:

  • AHA Get with the Guidelines Gold Plus Certified For Heart Failure Care
  • Cycle V Chest Pain Accreditation with PCI – (highest available level)
  • Joint Commission Advanced Certification in Heart Failure Care
  • Joint Commission Disease Specific Certification for Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI)
  • Georgia Hospital Association Quality Honor Roll - Trustee
Call (706) 368-8480 to schedule an appointment with a cardiac specialist.