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Outpatient Cardiology Clinic Coming to Ticonderoga

Ticonderoga, NY – The University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital announced today that a new monthly cardiology clinic will be offered in Ticonderoga. Dr. Gavin Noble, cardiologist at the UVM Health Network Porter Medical Center, will see patients in the recently renovated outpatient clinic space at the hospital’s Ticonderoga campus.

“We are pleased to offer high-quality cardiovascular care in Ticonderoga,” said the UVM Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital President John Remillard. “Dr. Noble’s clinic is another step in our efforts to transform health care in Ticonderoga and invest in the services that meet the needs of the community. Our collaborative effort with the UVM Health Network to establish this clinic has paved the way for future clinics, and we hope to grow our specialty services in the coming year.”

“With specialized cardiology care closer to home, patients can focus on prevention and improve their heart health,” said Julie Tromblee, vice president and chief nursing officer. “Dr. Noble will provide a range of services, including cardiology consults, EKGs, echocardiograms, and Holter monitors, as well as access to advanced care with the UVM Health Network.” Primary care physicians can refer patients to Dr. Noble by calling (518) 585-3727.

Dr. Noble completed his training at the State University of New York at Syracuse, College of Medicine and specializes in cardiovascular disease, general and consultative cardiology, and non-invasive cardiac testing. He is a member of the American College of Cardiology, The American Society of Echocardiography, and The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology. Prior to joining Porter Medical Center in 2015, Dr. Noble practiced cardiology in Bend, Oregon.

The Ticonderoga campus hosts infusion, oncology, endoscopy and colonoscopy, orthopedics, and diabetes clinics each month so patients do not have to travel as far or as often to receive routine and advanced specialty services. The dedicated specialty clinic space was completed in the fall of 2017 as part of a phased renovation and modernization of every department on the Ticonderoga campus. The campus also offers a state-of-the-art 24-hour emergency department; physical, occupational, and speech therapy; MRI, CT, mammography, ultrasound, X-ray, and bone density scans; and lab services. For more information, please visit ECH.org/Health-Centers/Ticonderoga-Campus or call (518) 585-3700.

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About Elizabethtown Community Hospital

The University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital is a designated critical access hospital and the primary health care provider serving the 39,000 people who live, work and vacation in Essex County, NY and the surrounding region.

Elizabethtown Community Hospital is transforming rural health care at its main campus in Elizabethtown, NY, at a new emergency department and outpatient center at the former Moses Ludington Hospital in Ticonderoga, NY, and at six community-based primary health care centers located throughout the region.  The hospital is one of the community’s largest employers with 360 employees.

Across the Elizabethtown and Ticonderoga campuses, the hospital maintains two 24-hour emergency rooms, a 25-bed inpatient unit, physical therapy, laboratory, and digital radiology departments, and a variety of specialty physician clinics on a weekly and monthly basis.  

Elizabethtown Community Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission and is licensed and certified by the New York State Department of Health and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

About The University of Vermont Health Network
The University of Vermont Health Network is an academic health system that is comprised of six affiliate hospitals, a multi-specialty medical group, and a home health agency. We serve the residents of Vermont and northern New York with a shared mission: working together, we improve people’s lives.  Our partners include:

Our 4,000 health care professionals are driven to provide high quality, cost-efficient care as close to home as possible. Strengthened by our academic connection to the University of Vermont, each of our hospitals remains committed to its local community by providing compassionate, personal care shaped by the latest medical advances and delivered by highly skilled experts.

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