Cardiologists | Revere Health Cardiology

30+ Providers

We have over 30 providers with decades of experience in cardiovascular care. Our providers believe in the importance of patient-centered care and take the time to communicate clearly and educate patients on their condition. As a part of Utah’s largest independent physician group, we have a network of physicians who are able to care for all cardiology needs

Quality Care

It is our mission to provide comprehensive, high-quality and cost-effective cardiovascular treatment. We see patients with a variety of heart conditions including heart attacks, atrial fibrillation, heart murmurs, heart disease and congestive heart failure. Our specialists are also trained surgeons and can perform surgery at all the major hospitals in Utah.

Clinic Locations

(801) 492-2815   (801) 492-0191

1175 East 50 South, #251 American Fork, Utah 84003

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(801) 373-4366  

700 South Highway 99, #3 Fillmore, Utah 84631

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(801) 373-4366   (801) 429-8191

1100 South Medical Drive, Mt. Pleasant, Utah 84647

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(801) 373-4366   (801) 429-8191

97 South Professional Way, Payson, Utah 84651

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(801) 373-4366   (801) 429-8191

1055 North 500 West, #101, Building C Provo, Utah 84604

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(801) 373-4366  

1000 North Main Street, C Richfield, UT 84701

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(801) 373-4366   (801)429-8191

250 West 300 North, #203 Roosevelt, Utah 84066

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Patient Education

Cardiology Blog

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