North Coast Cardiology, Inc. Katherine Ludington, MD, FACC
   4401 Manchester Avenue, Suite 106, Encinitas, CA 92024. Telephone (760) 753-0220. Fax (760) 753-2639.
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MEDICATION REFILLS

Our office is happy to accomodate your needs for prescription refills during business hours. Your pharmacy will need to fax us a request for a refill. Our office needs 48 hours to respond to refill requests. If you have not been seen in over a year, you will most likely need to make a follow up appointment before refills can be given.

Please note that we generally do not write prescriptions for medicines that do not relate to your heart (such as sleeping pills, thyroid medicines, pain medicines or antibiotics). Please see your primary care doctor for these.

Also, please remember that we can ONLY refill prescriptions during business hours. Please make note of how many pills are left in your bottle and request refills ahead of time to avoid running out.

Your pharmacy may fax refills to (760) 753-2639.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 
WHAT'S NEW?

A SIMPLE, 30 MINUTE TEST THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE.
Our office is proud to offer a brand new program, called "PLAQUE DETECT." This painless, noninvasive 30 minute test uses state of the art ultrasound to diagnose blockages in the carotid arteries, which can lead to stroke. The abdominal aorta and the circulation to the legs is also thoroughly evaluated. Finally, the function of the heart is analyzed, something that no other screening program offers.

OUR OFFICE WINS 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, AND 2017 BEST OF ENCINITAS AWARD

The US Local Business Association awarded North Coast Cardiology the Best of Encinitas award again this year. This is our fourt year in a row! Congratulations to our team for earning this honor.

DIFFICULT TO TREAT BLOOD PRESSURE or CHOLESTEROL?
Dr. Ludington's expertise in hypertension and hypercholesterolemia treatment combines a thorough risk assessment with lifestyle changes and modern drug therapy, as needed.