News & Announcements

Dr. Kulkarni Receives Woman of Distinction Award

May 23, 2017

Dr. Rachana Kulkarni was presented the Woman of Distinction Award at the American Heart Association Garden State Go Red for Women luncheon by Stephern Allison, Chairman of AHA Go Red Luncheon & VP of Cardiovascular services at RWJ Barnabas Health. Read more >

Medicor Cardiology Donates an AED to Hillsborough Baseball League

May 03, 2017

An AED is used to detect an irregular heart rhythm from the lower chambers of the heart, called ventricular fibrillation, the rhythm which causes Sudden Cardiac Arrest. If this arrhythmia is found, the AED then provides a shock to the heart, a life-saving treatment which aborts the arrhythmia. Read more >

Dr. Kulkarni Discusses Heart Disease in Women at Verizon

Apr 18, 2017

Medicor Cardiology continues its partnership with The American Heart Association and is proud to bring a heart healthy message to the Verizon employees in Basking Ridge. Read more >

Dr. Kulkarni was a Panelist at the American College of Cardiology Conference

Mar 20, 2017

Dr. Kulkarni was part of a mentoring session for women in cardiology and spoke about how to interview and thrive in private practice. Read more >

Walk with a Doc

Mar 01, 2017

Take a Step Toward Better Health With our Walk With a Doc Program. View Our Upcoming Walk Dates! Read more >

February is Heart Health Month

Feb 17, 2017

Learn more about where our doctors have been promoting heart health throughout February. Read more >

Alcohol: A Potent Potable Producing Atrial Fibrillation?

Feb 15, 2017

Atrial fibrillation (Afib) is a very common heart rhythm disturbance. Afib is a rapid, irregular rhythm in the upper chambers of the heart (the atria). Instead of a regular, coordinated beat in the atria, the rhythm is rapid and disorganized. Read more >

Dr. Georgeson Recognized by NJ Top Docs

Feb 01, 2017

Congrats to our very own Dr. Steven Georgeson for being named a Top Doc in 2017! Read more >

Are Giant Football Players at Risk for Heart Disease?

Jan 31, 2017

While cheering for your team's 300-pound linemen to protect your quarterback and pick up the pass rush, consider the effects of playing the sport on an athlete's heart health. It is known that obesity and hypertension (high blood pressure) cause heart disease. Can a world-class athlete, such as a football player at the peak of his conditioning, be at risk for obesity, hypertension and heart disease? Read more >

Canal Walk Women’s Club Charity Luncheon

Jan 16, 2017

Dr. Kulkarni recently attended the Canal Walk Women’s Club Charity Luncheon where she was presented with a check for the Somerset Foundation. Read more >