Cardiovascular Pavilion

Cardiovascular Pavilion

Location Information
1800 East Park Avenue
State College, PA 16803
Specialties & Services

The new cardiovascular pavilion at Mount Nittany Medical Center will provide lifesaving cardiovascular medicine, including two flex-designed labs that can be used for both cardiovascular and electrophysiology procedures and electrocardiogram (EKG) exam room, complete with new imaging and monitoring technology.

Scheduled to open in fall 2019, the 26,000-square-foot cardiovascular pavilion will include updated cardiac catheterization lab and electrophysiology lab spaces, complete with new imaging and monitoring technology to serve the growing number of people that trust us with their heart.

The new cardiovascular pavilion will feature:

  • Two flex-designed labs that can be used for both cardiovascular and electrophysiology procedures
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG) exam room
  • Four echocardiography/stress test exam rooms
  • Eight prep/recovery bays, including three private bays
  • Updated technology for the most sophisticated cardiac catheterization and electrophysiolog imaging services
  • New and expanded space for patients and loved ones
  • Improved patient privacy
  • Improved patient and family education and communication

The new pavilion will be funded in part by $5 million in community support. To learn more about the new cardiovascular pavilion, including how you can help make the vision for the pavilion a reality with your philanthropic support, please contact Mount Nittany Health Foundation by calling 814.234.6777 or emailing foundation@mountnittany.org.

Meet our team

At Mount Nittany Physician Group, our providers are dedicated to being your partner in health and wellness. Watch the videos below to learn what makes them unique, both professionally and personally.


"I fell in love with cardiology. It was the obvious choice for me." - Jeffrey G. Eaton, MD

“I think the most rewarding aspect of the job is meeting the patient and becoming friends with them and really getting to know them more than just as a person that has a certain disease. We are more than a disease.” - Albert Zoda, MD, FACC