Dr. Noel Peterson, M.D. FACC
Greenville, NC Cardiologist for Men and Women Of All Ages
Call 252-757-3333 for an Appointment at
Eastern Cardiology, PA

Eastern Cardiology

Park Place Professional Center

2090 W Arlington Blvd, Suite B

Greenville, NC 27834

Ph: 252-757-3333 / 252-758-3000

Eastern Cardiology accepts many forms of insurance coverages. Please check with your staff representative when you set up your appointment.

Our office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 5pm.

We know your time is valuable, but sometimes emergencies can cause delays. If we know your appointment will be affected, we will try to notify you.

If for any reason you can not keep your appointment, please give us 24 hours notice.

Be certain to bring any medications you are currently taking. This will allow us to accurately record your drugs and dosage. Insurance coverage needs to be noted, so please bring any insurance, Medicare or identification cards. Our staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have prior to your doctor visit.

Evening appointments with Dr. Peterson are available upon request.

Dr. Noel Peterson is a well-known and trusted cardiologist practicing in Greenville, NC and assisting patients from Eastern North Carolina communities including New Bern, Wilson, Tarboro, Washington, Farmville and Rocky Mount.

Dr. Peterson is now accepting new patients. In addition to her regular office hours, Dr. Peters offers evening hours by appointment only at her Greenville office. Call Eastern Cardiology at 252-757-3333 to request an appointment with Dr. Peterson.

image shows Dr. Noel Peterson giving a stress test to a heart patient in Greenville NC

Administering a stress test

You may be asking yourself any of these questions about your heart, and as an expert cardiologist, Dr. Peterson provides the answers and puts you back on the road to a healthy heart!

  • Are heart attacks genetic?
  • Are heart palpitations dangerous?
  • Are heart murmurs common?
  • Are heart flutters dangerous?
  • Are heart flutters normal?
  • Are heart attacks painful?
  • Are heart flutters serious?
  • Are heart palpitations painful?
  • Are heart attacks fatal?
  • Are heart aneurysms hereditary?
  • Are heart attacks common?
  • Are heart murmurs genetic?
  • Are heart valve problems hereditary?
  • Are heart rate monitors safe?
  • Are heart stents safe?

If you are unsure of what exactly is causing your chest pain or discomfort, Dr. Peterson can provide the diagnostics and treatment steps, along with lifestyle recommendations to keep you on the top of your game! As your cardiologist, Dr. Peterson will provide not only professional heart care, but a comfortable, friendly office and staff that performs your cardiac care testing, customer relations and payment assistance with as few hassles as possible.

Information about some of the cardiac care and heart health services provided by Dr. Peterson can be found on the pages listed below:

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Office information:

Eastern Cardiology

Park Place Professional Center

2090 W Arlington Blvd, Suite B

Greenville, NC 27834

Ph: 252-757-3333 / 252-758-3000

4 days ago

Noel Peterson

If you think you, or someone else, may be having a heart attack, call 911 right away. Do not drive yourself to the hospital, and do not let a friend drive you. You may need medical help on the way to the hospital. Ambulance workers are trained to treat you on the way to the emergency room.

Getting to the hospital quickly is important. Treatments for opening clogged arteries work best within the first hour after a heart attack starts.

If you think you're having a heart attack, get emergency help right away. Don't let anyone tell you that you are overreacting or to wait and see.
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5 days ago

Noel Peterson

Women are more likely than men to have a different symptom of heart attack than chest pain or discomfort. These symptoms include:

Pain in the back, neck, jaw, or throat
Indigestion
Heartburn
Nausea (feeling sick to the stomach)
Vomiting
Extreme fatigue (tiredness)
Problems breathing (shortness of breath)
Women are more likely than men to have heart attacks that do not show obvious symptoms. These are called silent heart attacks. All women should know and talk about their risk factors for heart attack with their doctor or nurse.
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5 days ago

Noel Peterson

For both women and men, the most common heart attack symptom is pain or discomfort in the center of the chest. The pain or discomfort can be mild or strong. It can last more than a few minutes, or it can go away and come back.

The more heart attack symptoms that you have, the more likely it is that you are having a heart attack. Also, if you've already had a heart attack, your symptoms may not be the same for another one. Even if you are not totally sure you are having a heart attack, call 911 right away.
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6 days ago

Noel Peterson

Many people think the warning signs of a heart attack are sudden, like a movie heart attack, where someone clutches his chest and falls over. A real heart attack may look and feel very different for women. Women are more likely to have nontraditional symptoms of heart attack than men. And women are also more likely to have silent heart attacks. ...

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7 days ago

Noel Peterson

Heart disease and stroke are important health issues for all women. Heart disease is the number one killer of American women, and stroke is fourth. While heart disease is most common in older women, most women between 40 and 60 years old have at least one risk factor for heart disease. The good news is that you can lower your risk for heart disease and stroke at any age. ...

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