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Arrhythmia Consultants of Connecticut

We are a private practice specializing in the area of Cardiac Electrophysiology. We are dedicated to the treatment of patients with heart rhythm disturbances. Our patients have a broad range of arrhythmias ranging from palpitations to sudden cardiac arrest. We have access to some of the most advanced treatments available for diagnosing and treating heart rhythm problems. More importantly, we have the experience and knowledge necessary to approach these difficult problems. 

Heart rhythm disturbances can be benign or life threatening. Arrhythmias are the cause of symptoms ranging from palpitations to fainting spells and even death. But even the most benign arrhythmia can have a serious impact. Anything that can affect your heartbeat certainly can have a profound effect on every other aspect of life. Most of our patients have already been through a number of different heart tests. Our job as Arrhythmia Specialists is to put it all together and help to restore a normal heartbeat.

Ellison Berns, M.D.

Dr. Berns has been a leader in this region since 1988. He developed the electrophysiology programs at St. Francis Hospital, Hartford Hospital and Connecticut Children's Medical Center. He is a founding partner of Arrhythmia Consultants of Connecticut.

Neal Lippman, M.D.

Dr. Lippman has advised area hospitals on quality control for its pacemaker programs. He is currently the Director of EP services for St. Francis Hospital and has led the development of one of the premier lead extraction programs in the country.

Aneesh Tolat, M.D.

Dr. Tolat is experienced in radiofrequency ablation and cardiac device implantation. He has published on performing cardiac device implants on anticoagulated patients and has experience performing all EP procedures without the need to discontinue anticoagulation.

Joseph Dell'Orfano, M.D.

Dr. Dell'Orfano has been with ACC since 2001 and is the only Electrophysiologist in the region performing complex ablations, including atrial fibrillation ablations, without the need for fluoroscopy and without exposing the patients or staff to harmful X-rays.

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