EH Heart Specialist Private Limited, which is conveniently located at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre, is headed by Dr. Eric Hong, a well-accomplished heart specialist who has special interest in interventional cardiology and multi-modality cardiac imaging. As an interventional and a nuclear cardiologist, he performs various cardiology procedures and uses noninvasive methods in diagnosing and treating artery diseases.
Previously known as The Heart Specialists Medical Group, the clinic is comprised of a cardiologist, nurses, cardiology technician, and admin executive. The clinic is driven to provide the highest quality medical diagnostic care and treatment options for patients who are suffering from a wide range of heart diseases.
With the staff’s genuine patient care, the clinic is able to offer patients the best possible care that they can afford.
Dr. Eric Hong Cho Tek, the first Singaporean to be accepted for the clinical programmes at Department of Cardiology, Brigham & Women’s Hospital at Harvard Medical School in the United States, focuses his practice on the diagnosis and treatment of various coronary problems using the most advanced technology and the newest, safest techniques.
12 - Lead Electrocardiogram
Athlete Screening and Exercise PrescriptionContact Clinic
Calcium Scoring Computed Tomography
Cardiac PET (Positron Emission Tomography)
Cardiac Stress Testing (Echocardiographic and Radionuclide)
Carotid Ultrasound for Evaluation of Possible Future Coronary Artery Disease
Comprehensive Range of Blood Investigations
Comprehensive Range of Urine Investigations
Stress test echocardiography is an ultrasound imaging procedure that involves the use of high-pitched sound waves to create a detailed image of the heart. The goal is to detect if there is a decrease in blood flow. The procedure starts with a resting echocardiogram where the patient is asked to lie down while the heartbeat is monitored using a transducer. The second part includes asking the patients to stand up to perform certain exercises to get the heartbeat at a target rate. Throughout the procedure, the doctor monitors both the heart rhythm and blood pressure.