Phone (909)982-6500


Q. My primary physician has referred me to your practice. Will he/she still be a part of my treatment team?

A. Yes. Our role is not to replace your primary care physician, PCP, but to serve as an extension of his/her care. Copies of initial consultations and all testing reports will be forwarded to your PCP and any other physicians you request.

Q. How can I find out about my insurance coverage or payment options?

A. Please see our accepted insurance list. If you have specific questions about your insurance coverage please contact your insurance company directly. We are willing to work with you about payment options. Our number is (909) 982-6500.

Q. My insurance requires a co-payment. When do I pay?

A. It is customary to render your co-payment at the time of service. We accept cash and personal check. Unfortunately at this time we do not accept credit or debit cards.

Q. What happens the day of my first visit?

A. When you check in please have all of your paperwork completed. You will meet with the physician or nurse practitioner and discuss your history and medical concerns. You will also have an electrocardiogram completed. If it is necessary for any further testing you will schedule an appointment for them to be completed at another time.

Q. When will I know the results of my tests?

A. When it comes to cardiology testing “no news is good news.” If any test results are of serious concern you and your primary care physician will be notified as soon as the results are available. Otherwise your referring physician should receive the test results within 10 working days.

Q. If I am having a heart related problem who should I call? Inland Cardiology or my regular doctor?

A. If your problem is urgent or if you think you could be having a heart attack, seek emergency help immediately by dialing 911. If you have a question related to your cardiac condition, feel free to call our office. General health questions should be directed to your PCP.