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

3 weeks ago

Noel Peterson

Healthy weight tips. High blood pressure. Compared with women who do not have overweight or obesity, women with overweight are twice as likely to have high blood pressure. Women with obesity are three times as likely to have it. Losing weight helps reduce blood pressure. High blood pressure damages your arteries and can lead to many other serious health problems such as stroke and heart disease. ...

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3 weeks ago

Noel Peterson

Healthy weight tips. Metabolism. People’s metabolism rates (how fast your body “burns” calories) may vary for many reasons, and this can affect weight gain and loss. For instance, men usually have more muscle and less fat than women do, so men’s bodies might burn more calories more quickly. A woman’s metabolism may change throughout her life, such as with the hormonal changes that happen during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.
Age. Your metabolism may slow down as you get older. Also, as we age, we lose muscle. With less muscle to burn calories, we need fewer calories.
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4 weeks ago

Noel Peterson

Healthy weight tips.Heart disease. The more excess weight you have, the higher your risk of heart disease, which is the leading cause of death of women in the United States. This is true even if you have no other health conditions that raise your risk of heart disease. ...

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4 weeks ago

Noel Peterson

Healthy weight tip: Many of the medicines that women take every day, including medicines for mental health conditions, sleep, and high blood pressure, can cause weight gain or make it difficult to lose weight. If you take any prescription medicine and have extra weight, talk to the doctor or nurse who prescribed the medicine about the best ways to safely lose weight and possible alternatives to that prescription medicine. ...

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