775 Pole Line Road West
Twin Falls, Idaho 83301
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9 a.m.-noon & 1:30-5 p.m. Friday
9 a.m.-noon & 1:30-4 p.m.
St. Luke's Clinic Cardiology in Twin Falls is dedicated to ensuring that adult patients with cardiac problems receive the most advanced and comprehensive care available in Idaho. We are dedicated to meeting your cardiac health needs with skill, experience, and a wide range of effective therapies and services.
We offer a variety of services in our Twin Falls location, including:
New Patients / Appointments
We are accepting new patients with a direct referral from your primary care physician or other treating physician.
After Hours Info
If you feel that you are having a cardiac emergency, please proceed to the nearest hospital or call 911. The Emergency Department physician will contact your cardiologist, if needed.
If you have a question or concern during office hours, call our office and our associates will assist you. If you have an urgent concern that needs immediate attention after office hours, please call (208) 814-8200 and a hospital operator will contact the on-call physician.
What is Cardiology?
Cardiology is the medical study of the heart, a branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of heart disorders and related conditions. Cardiologists are physicians who specialize in treating these disorders and conditions. Our physicians have advanced education and experience in this specialty; all are board certified cardiologists. Our board certified physician assistant (PA) has earned a Doctorate of Pharmacology degree. Together, the physicians, the PA, and our associate staff work as a team to provide you with high quality, comprehensive cardiac care.
St. Luke's Clinics
St. Luke's Clinics are an integrated network of highly skilled health care professionals in locations throughout our region.
|Mark Crandall, MD practices general cardiology and performs diagnostic right and left heart catheterization. He has special interest in heart failure, cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, and nuclear stress testing. Dr. Crandall earned his medical degree from the University of Washington and completed his residency in internal medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester. He completed his cardiology fellowship at The Ohio State University.|
|Dennis M. Enomoto, MD, FACC has specialty interests in heart catheterizations, angioplasty, and intra-coronary stent placement. He earned his medical degree from St. Louis University School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at the University of Arizona. He performed his cardiology fellowship at the University of Washington and is a Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology (CBNC) diplomate.|
|Reed J. Harris, DO, FACC has specialty interests in heart catheterizations and pacemaker and bi-ventricular pacemaker implantation. He earned his medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center at Lackland Air Force Base and David Grant USAF Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base. He performed his cardiology fellowship at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center.|
|David L. Kemp, MD, FACC has specialty interests in heart catheterizations, pacemaker implantation, rhythm management, and exercise cardiac physiology. He earned his medical degree from St. Louis University School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency at LDS Hospital / University of Utah. He performed his cardiology fellowship at St. Louis University.|
|Glenn Reynolds MD is board certified in cardiovascular disease. He earned his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine and completed his internship, residency, and chief residency in internal medicine at the University of California, Irvine. He completed his fellowship in cardiovascular disease at the UCLA School of Medicine and his fellowship in interventional cardiology at the Arizona Heart Institute.|
|Dean Rodemack, PA-C is a physician assistant with experience in cardiothoracic and vascular surgery. He has special interest in caring for patients with cardiovascular diseases, particularly congestive heart failure. He earned his master's degree in physician assistant studies from Idaho State University.|
We try to stay on time, as a courtesy to you and others. Since paperwork may take a few minutes, please arrive early. As emergencies do occur, there may be occasions when your appointment time will be delayed. We will always try to keep you informed in the event of a delay, and will be happy to reschedule your appointment, if you prefer. We ask that you respect the appointment time we have reserved for you, and call 24 hours ahead to cancel or change appointments so that others may be helped during that time.
Communication with your provider is extremely important. It may be helpful for you to write down questions for your doctor or nurse practitioner prior to your visit. Bring a list of medications and the dosages, or bring the bottles with you.
Make sure you understand any instructions you are given. If clarification is needed, review your instructions with the provider or medical assistant before you leave. If you aren’t doing well after your visit, we want to hear from you. Our goal is to improve your health.
Please bring the following to your appointment:
We accept most insurance plans, including Medicare, in-state Medicaid, Tricare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and others.
Talk with your provider at each visit to be sure your prescriptions are up to date. For refills, contact your pharmacy. Your pharmacy will then contact our office for verification and approval. For patient safety, narcotics cannot be refilled outside of office hours. Talk with your provider before your prescription runs out, and please allow 48 hours for refills.