Electrophysiology Los Angeles Medical Center

The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Program(CCEP) at the Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center (LAMC) is the tertiary referral center for all twelve Southern California Kaiser Permanente Medical Centers, which serve a population of more than three million people.

The CCEP program provides fellows with excellent training in all aspects of clinical Electrophysiology.

The program is unique due to the volume and mix of challenging cases, as well as the direct supervision and educational input for each case. Fellows get exposure to different aspects of Electrophysiology, including biventricular device implants, and cutting-edge Electrophysiology procedures such as, intracardiac echocardiography, transseptal catheterization, three-dimensional mapping with Ensite- Abbott, CARTO-Biosense, Stereotaxis, epicardial ablation, Cardiac physiologic pacing, Pulsed Field ablation, leadless pacemaker and left atrial appendage closure.

Seven full-time Electrophysiology faculty members are present in the department. The faculty sponsors a daily conference to review all diagnostic cases and discuss all potential interventions and alternatives appropriate to the case. In addition, each week has several educational conferences on its schedule, which permits discussions of current topics in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology.