Mountain Heart improves access to comprehensive heart care

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Access to comprehensive cardiology care has been an on-going challenge for citizens living in Winslow, Arizona for sometime. Mountain Heart and a team of expert interventional cardiologists have streamlined the patient experience through consultations now available at their new Winslow clinic located at 122 W. Third Street.

"Patient care is our first priority," Interventional Cardiologist, Brian Fuller, D.O. said. "We established the Winslow clinic to ensure patients living here have the same access to affordable, high quality care as patients that live anywhere else." Dr. Fuller specializes in the evaluation and treatment of all types of cardiovascular illnesses including heart rhythm management, Internal Cardiac Defibrillator (ICD) implantations, Pacemaker implantations as well as invasive interventional care. As a doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Fuller has a special interest in treating every aspect of the patient.

Dedicated to serving the Winslow community, Dr. Fuller serves as Mountain Heart's lead cardiologist for the Winslow Clinic. Dr. Fuller travels from Flagstaff to attend clinics monthly. "Our new location provides an additional convenience for patients to receive their cardiology consultations close to home," Fuller said. "Initial consults help me, as the physician; determine the next appropriate steps for each patient." Formerly a primary care physician, Dr. Fuller understands the challenges that many patients and primary care providers encounter when trying to receive specialty care.

For more information, contact the Mountain Heart Flagstaff Office at (928) 226-6400, toll free at 888-6-MTN-HRT or visit


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