Dr. Crandall is committed to giving his patients, their families, and other site visitors the best possible treatment and care available today in medicine. No new patient is ever turned away.
Our office and affiliate hospitals use the latest state-of-the-art technology to monitor and treat your heart. Please see our cardiac treatments locations including West Palm Beach and Jupiter for more information.
Dr. Crandall is affiliated with some of the best heart hospitals in South Florida- some of which are nationally ranked for their superior heart care program(s).
Dr. Crandall is a participant in almost all insurance plans. For our patients who do not have any insurance coverage, we have very affordable and convenient payment plans available.
For patients who are not covered by insurance we offer very affordable payment plans. In addition, we can provide advice through various government and community outreach programs.
In keeping with our philosophy of providing prompt care we will make every effort to see established patients within 24 hours of their call. We do ask, however, that these appointments are requested based on an emergency. For same day appointments be sure to call early in the day and expect to see Dr. Crandall’s physician assistant or nurse practitioner. For new patients, we will make every effort to get you in as soon as possible.
Always bring your insurance card, photo ID and list of your medications, if any. If you have prior medical records you should also bring them. You will need to complete a patient questionnaire on your first visit. If you wish to fill this out at home and save time when you arrive for your appointment, please click New Patient Form located on upper left corner of this site.
Please contact Dr. Crandall’s assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you have a question about a video you saw online regarding Dr. Crandall or any Dr. Crandall Heart Health Report question (this includes billing/credit card questions)- please call 1-800-485-4350. Thank you.
Dr. Crandall practices with a team of exceptional cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons- each specializing in a specific aspect of cardiovascular medicine.
While Dr. Crandall most often treats his patients with conventional medicine, he is also a proponent of alternative treatment options.
Dr. Crandall has an unwavering commitment to preventive care and evaluates the whole person including lifestyle and health behaviors to provide a more perfect and longer life.
Heart Care known as Cardiac treatments are more effective than ever.
Learn more about the treatments and procedures Dr. Crandall currently offers.
Your Heart Health Tip from Dr. Crandall:
Why We Need Antioxidants
Every day, our bodies go through a normal process called “oxidation,” which is simply what happens when oxygen comes in contact with another substance — in this case, the body’s living tissue.
But while this process is necessary and inevitable, it also results in the production of molecules with unpaired electrons. These “free radicals” can cause unhealthy changes in the body.
For instance, free radicals alter the coronary vessels in a way that leads to atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), causing them to become narrowed, leading to heart disease and an increased chance of heart attack.
Antioxidants are vitamins and other compounds contained in foods that help prevent this harmful oxidative process. That’s why it’s beneficial to fill your plate every day with antioxidant-rich foods such as blueberries, beans, and carrots.
Book an Appointment
To schedule a new patient appointment please call (561) 746-1043. Please note that limited new patient appointment slots are available. In addition, please be aware that new patient appointments may be scheduled as far out as 3-6 weeks. Please call for exact waiting period.
For established patients, if you would like to schedule an appointment, please call (561) 746-1043. For all other questions, requests, or concerns, please call (561) 627-2210.
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