Heart disease is the leading cause of death for adults in our country. That's why Legacy Health provides a complete circle of cardiovascular care, with you at the center.

Our board-certified doctors include world-renowned experts in every area of cardiology. They work with a team of nurses and other medical specialists to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease. With Legacy, you have a health care system that gives you the choice of selecting private practice cardiologists, as well as Legacy Health cardiologists.

What is a Cardiologist?

A cardiologist is a doctor that has been trained to find, treat and prevent heart and blood vessel diseases. Cardiologists are different from cardiac surgeons (both cardiothoracic and cardiovascular). They usually refer to a cardiac surgeon if heart surgery is needed. A cardiologist can be called the "general contractor" of your heart, with electricians (electrophysiology cardiologists) and plumbers (interventional cardiologists) as specialists in heart care.

Cardiovascular Disease

The heart has its own "electrical" and "plumbing" systems. The electrical system is about the heart's rhythmic beating and is controlled by heart cells that create an electrical pathway. The plumbing system is about the blood vessels and the blood flowing through them. Cardiovascular disease refers to heart and blood vessel conditions. These conditions include coronary artery disease, heart valve disease, abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias), heart conditions present at birth (congenital heart disease), congestive heart failure and other heart conditions.  Heart disease can cause heart attacks, strokes and other complications.  Heart disease can often be treated if found early. You may prevent or improve heart disease if you exercise, eat a healthy diet, quit smoking, lower your blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and maintain a healthy weight.


Legacy Heart Services offers complete cardiovascular care. We provide office and in-patient consultation, preventive care, non-invasive cardiovascular imaging, invasive diagnostics, treatments and rehabilitation. Some of our services include:

Diagnostic Tests

  • Angiography
  • Cardiac and vascular ultrasound
  • Cardiovascular catheterization
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG/ECG)
  • Electrophysiological (EP) studies
  • Stress testing
  • Tilt table

Cardiovascular Therapies


As a health system with six hospitals in the greater Portland, Vancouver, and Tualatin area, we offer convenient, close-to-home access to easily get the information you need for diagnosis and treatment planning.  This includes care for children with the Children's Heart Program at Randall Children's Hospital.

Our locations

Legacy Emanuel Medical Center
Medical Office Building 3, Suite 320
300 N. Graham St.
Portland, OR 97227
Phone:  503-413-7162
Fax:  503-413-4711

Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center
Medical Office Building 2, Suite 440
1040 NW 22nd Ave
Portland, OR 97210
Phone:  503-413-7162
Fax:  503-413-4711

Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center
19875 SW 65th Ave., Suite 100
Tualatin, OR 97062
Phone:  503-413-7162
Fax:  503-413-4711

Our providers

Ramnik Jhooty, M.D. — cardiologist
John McAnulty, M.D. — cardiologist, cardiac electrophysiologist
David Peizner, M.D. — cardiologist, interventional cardiologist
Eric Putz, M.D. — cardiologist, cardiac electrophysiologist
Cameron Ramsay, M.D. — cardiologist, interventional cardiologist
Eli Rosenthal, M.D. — cardiologist, interventional cardiologist
Sandeep Talwar, M.D. — cardiologist, cardiac electrophysiologist

Partner physician practices and providers are:

Northwest Cardiovascular Institute
Brendan J. Daly, M.D. — cardiologist
Sandeep Garg, M.D. — cardiologist
Maureen B. Goldring, M.D. — cardiologist
Miguel A. Gomez, M.D. — cardiologist
Nandita Gupta, M.D. — cardiologist
Nasreen A. Ilias-Khan, M.D. — cardiologist
Sandra J. Lewis, M.D. — cardiologist
Judith A. Nigro, D.O. — cardiologist
Shawn Patrick, M.D. — cardiologist