Cardiac Sarcoidosis Clinic

The Cardiac Sarcoidosis Clinic sees patients who are referred by their physician for one of the following reasons:

  • patients with diagnosed cardiac sarcoidosis for treatment and follow-up,
  • younger patients (less than 60 years of age) who have unexplained, new onset, significant cardiac electrical conduction system disease in which cardiac sarcoidosis may be a cause,
  • unexplained arrhythmias originating from the ventricle (lower chamber of the heart) in which cardiac sarcoidosis may be a cause,
  • patients already diagnosed with sarcoidosis elsewhere in the body who are being investigated for possible sarcoidosis in the heart (cardiac sarcoidosis).

What to Expect

Your doctor must refer you to the clinic. Prior to coming in for your appointment, expect to have some tests ordered. You will receive information from the clinic regarding any special preparations.

You will be contacted by the clinic regarding scheduling for any tests and for your appointment.

Patient Resources


The Cardiac Sarcoidosis Clinic is recognized by the World Association for Sarcoidosis and Other Granulomatous Disorders. This designation provides formal recognition of our team’s commitment to meet the needs of sarcoidosis patients and efforts to keep abreast of the ongoing advances and findings in the space.

Clinic details

Second floor of the Heart Institute

8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Clinic days vary by physician.

Phone: 613-696-7269
Fax: 613-696-7123


Clinic staff


Fax referrals to: 613-696-7123

Please ensure that all previous sarcoidosis-related tests and biopsies are included with the referral.