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Division of Cardiology

The Division of Cardiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is committed to the highest standards of excellence in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. We are a multidisciplinary health care team offering state-of-the-art treatment and care to people of North Carolina and to those throughout the Southeast.

Experience, expertise and patient satisfaction are cornerstones of the patient care provided by the Division of Cardiology. We care for thousands of patients, both in clinic and in the hospital, each year and perform state-of-the-art procedures each year. We offer numerous specialty clinics and run one of the largest cardiac rehabilitation programs in the state.

Our physicians and medical professionals expand the boundaries of cardiac care through


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Cardiology News

  • *Save the Date* 7th Annual Women’s Heart Symposium, April 15 – 16

    In North Carolina, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women, with heart disease and stroke accounting for more than a quarter of all deaths. Education can help reverse this trend and is the core component of the Women’s Heart Symposium.

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    Remembering Dr. James “Buddy” Harper

    The UNC School of Medicine community is saddened to share that former cardiology colleague and friend, James R. “Buddy” Harper, MD, passed away March 8, 2021, in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Update: Read Dr. Harper’s obituary in The Pilot. Dr. James R. “Buddy” Harper touched the lives of generations of Tar Heels, from patients and colleagues … Continued

  • Dr. Lindsey Rosman, UNC Cardiology

    Dr. Lindsey Rosman interviewed about COVID and remote monitoring of cardiac devices by Everyday Health

    To slow the spread of the coronavirus, clinics and hospitals encouraged patients to use telemedicine with live-video appointments called video visits. If you have an implantable medical device, remote monitoring allows your healthcare team to monitor your heart health and the function of your cardiac device without you having to be physically present.

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