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COVID-19 Office Update: WE ARE OPEN!

Your heart health is always our number one concern, especially now during this stressful time. As our country navigates the COVID-19 pandemic we want you to know our office remains open and ready to serve you and your cardiac needs. As an independent practice, we maintain a small office that is not part of a large or mixed specialty practice. While the health of our patients, staff, and community remains a priority, we want to ensure you that if you have an appointment or if you are in need of a cardiac evaluation, we are OPEN!

Our thoughts remain with all who are affected directly or indirectly by this pandemic.

Please know we are here to support you and our community as we try to maintain a sense of normalcy.

We Are Moving July 11th, 2022

We are beyond excited to finally share our exciting news: Dr. Randall will be moving his practice to the new location! Not to worry, the new location is right around the corner from his current office. The new office will provide you with a better patient experience, and the same level of expert care that Dr. Randall and his team provides you with every visit.

Dr. Randall Remains an independent physician and strives to provide you with the most convienent and compassionate cardiac care!

NEW LOCATION - JULY 11TH, 2022

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Cardiology

Dr. Rodney Randall Named to Tampa Magazines’ 2021 Top Doctors List

Dr. Randall was voted by his/her peers to Tampa Magazines’ 2021 Top Doctors list in the specialty of Cardiology.

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Cardiology

The Advanced Cardiovascular Center of Tampa Bay is proud to announce that our new website is LIVE.

The Advanced Cardiovascular Center of Tampa Bay is proud to provide our patients, potential patients and our community with our cardiovascular resources.

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24-Hour Emergency Care

Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. More than half of the deaths due to heart disease in 2015 were in men.

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New Albany Office

Heart Disease: Scope and Impact

In the United States, someone has a heart attack every 34 seconds. Every 60 seconds, someone in the United States dies from a heart disease-related event.

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