Denver’s Leading Facility for Treating Persistent Atrial Fibrillation

The Rocky Mountain Heart Rhythm Institute (RMHRI) at Rose Medical Center is the preeminent treatment destination for patients with heart rhythm disorders and most notably for patients suffering from persistent atrial fibrillation (or AFib).

A diagnosis of a heart rhythm disorder can be scary, which is why the team at the Rocky Mountain Heart Rhythm Institute at Rose is committed to ensuring our patients are supported throughout the entirety of the care process.

Our experienced team of cardiologists, electrophysiologists and heart surgeons is one of the best, most diversely trained teams in the country. They are pioneers in theirfield, developing, new minimally invasive approaches and procedures,such as the Convergent procedure, a revolutionary method to curepersistent or difficult-to-treat AFib, and our left atrial appendageclosure (LAAC) implant, a brand new option for treating patients withnon-valvular AFib.

We are the only physician team in the Western United States to offer the Convergent procedure and among the first hospitals in Colorado to provide the WATCHMAN Implant. Our team knows how to restore normal heart rhythm to get you back to your life.

Afib Symptoms May Include:

  • Heart palpitations/racing or irregular heartbeat
  • Weakness/fatigue/confusion
  • Lightheadedness/dizziness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain

Chest pain may be a symptom of heart attack; call 911 immediately.

Our individualized care starts with our board-certified electrophysiology patient care navigator, a reliable and trusted source to help patients make informed decisions about their care, facilitate communications among the care team and, most importantly, help patients navigate this confusing time.

To learn more about treatment options with RMHRI team at Rose Medical Center, visit the topics below or call 303-374-0800 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Rocky Mountain Heart Rhythm Institute at Rose Medical Center: setting a new standard of care for cardiovascular patients.

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