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  • Personalized Care

    Treating individuals not just disease.
    Cardiac care designed for you
    and your special needs.

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    What you need, when you need it
    Your cardiologist: anywhere, anytime

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  • Personalized Care

    Treating individuals not just disease.
    Cardiac care designed for you
    and your special needs.

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State-of-the-art technology
State-of-the-art care


Always Connected

What you need, when you need it
Your cardiologist: anywhere, anytime


Personalized Care

Treating individuals not just disease.
Cardiac care designed for you
and your special needs.

Survival RatesCardiac arrest survival rates



Cardiac arrest survival rate.



Cardiac arrest survival rate.



cardiac arrest survival rate.

Coronary heart disease has been the leading cause of death worldwide for over 100 years. It is on the rise and has become a true pandemic that respects no borders.
– World Health Organization

About Us

Nearly fifty per cent of sudden cardiac deaths occur outside a hospital.*

When it comes to heart attacks, speed is essential to survival.

Now, with iCorHealth, you can be connected with a board certified cardiologist 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, anywhere you go. iCorHealth is a revolutionary breakthrough in cardiac telemedicine that delivers immediate analysis, diagnosis and response care anywhere in the world in real time.

iCorHealth is VIP healthcare service that combines state-of-the-art technology with personalized patient care, accessible round the clock

What Makes Us Different

The current healthcare system is fragmented, and often the essential and very specific data necessary for immediate diagnosis and treatment isn’t readily available in an emergency. Our patented software delivers only your relevant medical history along with your monitored current condition in order to provide the fastest and most accurate diagnosis possible—saving time and saving lives.

What happens if I’m experiencing chest pains or other symptoms?

You won’t need to contact the cardiologist in the event of a cardiovascular event—your personalized ECG monitoring trigger alert parameters are custom set by a cardiologist based on your medical history, demographics, psychographics and current test result information. If there is any change in your vitals that set the trigger alert, our “On Call 2/4/7” cardiologist will call you directly.

Depending on your responsiveness, your diagnosed condition, and your location, the cardiologist response may be any, or any combination, of the following:

  • Direct you to take one or more of your personalized medicines
  • Call and alert an immediate family member, a nearby neighbor, or other person nearest to your location to provide defibrillation and/or CPR until the EMS arrive
  • Determine the nearest appropriate emergency medical facility and initiate appropriate ambulatory service
  • Provide local care providers HIPAA-approved access to concise and relevant patient medical information in order to save critical life-saving minutes for expedited and     precise patient local treatment


The iCorHealth Difference

  • Personalized medicine
  • Genetic mapping of risk factors
  • ECG and vital signs transmitted via mobile device
  • Medical history stored in HIPAA-compliant cloud
  • 24-hour access to a cardiologist
  • Individualized emergency cardiac kit


iCorHealth is a global concierge cardiovascular monitor and response service. At any time of day or night, and wherever you happen to be, if you experience pain or discomfort symptoms that you suspect may be cardiovascular related, our service will remove your uncertainty in a matter of moments when a 24/7 on-call board certified cardiologist will remotely analyze and diagnose your cardiovascular condition and respond immediately in accordance to the findings and to your particular circumstances and location.
Your iCor Kit is designed to meet your unique health requirements and potential emergency medical needs. Your iCorHealth on-call physician will use your iCorKit to provide immediate treatment and address potential urgent care needs, no matter where you are.

•    Portable 12-lead hospital-grade EKG device
•    Mobile phone ECG cover
•    Personalized medication – All iCorHealth subscribers are tested and evaluated for genetics and their cardiovascular condition in order to develop your baseline and to determine the appropriate personalized medications for you to keep on hand but that are to be taken only upon direction from the 24/7 on-call cardiologist when a cardiovascular event occurs.

If the 24/7 on-call cardiologist determines that your cardiovascular condition is normal then you can continue on with peace of mind, avoiding what otherwise may have resulted in you making a worrisome 911 call, further resulting in an unnecessary ambulance trip to the E/R and possibly an overnight observational stay mandated by the hospital, saving you time, life-disruption, worry and expense.

Conversely, should the cardiologist determine that your symptoms are in fact the result of a cardiovascular event, then he will immediately begin a series of responses which are all designed to minimize the critical time interval from the onset of symptoms to getting treatment. The critical time saved can very likely be the difference between your death and survival, or between your survival with a reduced quality of life and survival with a continuance of your quality of life.

Our board certified cardiologists are available 24/7 and will immediately answer you call

iCor Health monitor and response service is complimentary to your current healthcare and to your current physician. Our physicians will work with your current healthcare providers to confer and diagnose new problems, share medical records, and organize referral and logistical support.

Customized options are available for immediate and extended family, additional associates, or for companies that want to cover key executives.

Though your doctor knows you and knows your medical history, in the event of an emergency the attending medical provider may not know you, and may not have timely access to your medical records. With iCorHealth monitor and response service, the local attending provider (anywhere in the world) will not only be provided with your pertinent medical history, but will also have your current remotely monitored data, even before you arrive to the hospital facility. Again, saving critical life-saving minutes to personalized treatment.

Your communication with the 24/7 on-call cardiologist is initiated either by a phone call or by activating the ECG transmission after placing your thumbs on your phone sleeve device. The cardiologist will be able to determine your cardio condition as well as your location and will respond immediately to coordinate your transfer to the best local hospital. iCorHealth has a proprietary database of international doctors and providers that meet our high standards. During your care, we confer with the local treating doctors, provide HIPAA approved access to your pertinent medical records, as well as to your current remotely monitored data. If needed, the cardiologist will coordinate and facilitate any type of emergency medical evacuation. We coordinate each step and follow through until you return home safely.

We are different in 2 critical ways;

iCorHealth is a global concierge cardiovascular monitoring and response service with only board certified cardiologists on-call and accessible 24/7. The first person to receive your phone call or ECG transmission is the cardiologist, not a technician.

iCorHealth uses patented proprietary advanced software which is able to filter out all irrelevant medical history and provide the cardiologist immediate access to ONLY your pertinent medical data relevant to your current symptoms and the remote monitored data. This unique capability is extremely important in minimizing the time needed for the cardiologist to make an accurate and fast diagnosis.

Meet the doctorsModern Medicine, Traditional Patient-Doctor Relationship

John R. Dylewski, M.D., FHRS
John R.
·  Chief Medical Officer, Arrhythmia Management Institute of South Florida
Coral Gables, FL
·  Jackson Memorial Hospital, Fellowship in Electrophysiology/Invasive Cardiology
·  Board Certified in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine

·  University of Florida, Bachelor of Sciences, Liberal Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree: Biomaterials Engineering.
·  University of Miami School of Medicine.
·  Jackson Memorial Hospital, Internship and Residency in internal Medicine.
·  St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Department of Cardiology; Houston, Texas, Senior Externship

·  Cardiac Electrophysiology and Cardiology

Ihab Girgis, MD, FACC, FACP, FHRS
·  Current Director, Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory, Jersey Shore University Medical Center
· Current Medical Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology of Shore Heart Group (Neptune, Brick, Toms River and Manahawkin NJ)
· Current Medical Executive Committee member, Jersey Shore University Medical Center


· Fellow in Cardiac Electrophysiology, University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center
· Fellow in Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Miami/Jackson

Memorial Medical Center


· ABIM Subspecialty Certification in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
· ABIM Subspecialty Certification in Cardiovascular Disease
· ABIM Certification in Internal Medicine
· Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners
· Certification: Level 3 Echocardiography

Todd A. Silberstein
Todd A.
· Current Instructor of Medicine (Cardiology), Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
· Current Member, American College of Cardiology
· Current Member, American Osteopathic Association
·  Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine, Cardiology
· Staff Physician, multiple hospitals


· Electrophysiology Fellow, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire
· Cardiology Fellow, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire
· Nova Southeastern University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
· American Heart Association Medical Student Research Fellow, University of Miami, School of Medicine


· Cardiac Electrophysiology
· Sub-Specialty: Internal Medicine

E. Martin Kloosterman, MD, FACC, FHRS
 E. Martin
·  Current Director of the Lynn Heart and Vascular Institute at the Boca Raton Regional Hospital, FL
·  Co-owner of private practice specializing in cardiac arrhythmia
·  Former Director of the Electrophysiology Laboratory at the Boca Raton Community Hospital, FL


·  Fellowship in Cardiac Electrophysiology, University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Hospital, FL
·  Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology, University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Hospital, FL
·  Residency in Internal Medicine, University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Hospital, FL
·  Cardiology Internship, Academia Nacional de Medicina, Buenos Aires, Argentina
·  Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Doctor of Medicine


Cardiac Electrophysiology

Ruben J Gil, MD
· Private practice –Internal Medicine and Clinical Cardiology Offices in Kendall and Homestead, FL

Office Practice includes:

· Stress testing
· 24 hour Holter monitoring
· 2-D M-Mode Doppler Echocardiography
· Active Echo reader at Baptist and South Miami hospital
· Active Senior Staff Privileges at:  Baptist Hospital South Miami Hospital


·  Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL – Cardiology Fellowship two years.
·  College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Internal Medicine residency three years. Included were three months emergency room rotations.
·  Fifth Pathway program – Newark Beth Israel Hospital, College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Clinical rotations; Internal Medicine, Surgery, OB-GYN, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry.
·  Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Mexico
·  University Of Florida, Gainesville FL – Undergraduate degree Pre-medicine Bachelor of science


Board certified in Internal Medicine
Board certified in cardiovascular disease
Board Recertified in Cardiovascular disease
Completed maintenance of certification of Cardiovascular disease

Gino Vitiello, MD
·  Owner and chief medical doctor of private practice specializing in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology, Miami, FL.
·  Current Consultant in Cardiology to the American Board of Cardiology
·  Former Deering Hospital Chief of Cardiology
·  Lifetime Laureate, The American Board of Cardiology Highest Recognition
·  Diplomate American College of Cardiology
·  Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine


·  Saint Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Center, New York, NY; Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease and Interventional Cardiology
·  St Frances Hospital, Roslyn, NY; Coronary and surgical intensive care. Provided care for cardiac and surgical patients. Responsibilities included emergency cardiac care, echocardiogram and electrocardiogram interpretation, and cardiac invasive procedures.
·  Cabrini Medical Center, New York, NY; Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine
·  University of Miami, Miami, FL; Doctor of Medicine



  • 85.6
    Billion in costs
    Direct and indirect costs of cardiovascular diseases and stroke total more than $320.1 billion. That includes health expenditures and lost productivity Source: AHA’s 2015 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics Update
  • 85.6
    Live with cardiovascular disease
    About 85.6 million Americans are living with some form of cardiovascular disease or the after-effects of stroke Source: AHA’s 2015 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics Update
  • 2,150
    Americans die
    About 2,150 Americans die each day from these diseases, one every 40 seconds. Source: AHA’s 2015 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics Update
  • 17.3
    deaths annually
    "Cardiovascular disease is the leading global cause of death, accounting for 17.3 million deaths per year, a number that is expected to grow to more than 23.6 million by 2030" Source: AHA’s 2015 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics Update
  • 787,000
    People Died
    Nearly 787,000 people in the U.S. died from heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases in 2011. That’s about one of every three deaths in America. Source: AHA’s 2015 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics Update

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