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About Bingham Memorial Cardiology

Bingham Memorial’s cardiologists are certified to diagnose and treat disorders of the circulatory system and the cardiovascular system—the heart, arteries and veins. Using the latest and state-of-the art technology, they provide initial diagnostic services, including basic cardiology evaluations, consultations, stress tests, heart pathology, and arrhythmia detection.

With three Cardiology specialists, there's no need to leave Blackfoot for your Cardiology care.
B. Shields Stutts, MD  
John Lasseter, MD  
Jan Garland, NP

They provide the most advanced diagnostic and treatment methods for managing Heart & Vascular Disease.
Call Bingham Memorial Cardiology to schedule a consultation: (208) 785-3897 or (208) 785-3800
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    If you’ve ever had to persuade your husband to visit the doctor, you’re not alone. Men love to exhibit denial, machismo, and stoicism about their health. Thankfully, the wome...


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