The Snyder Center for Comprehensive Atrial Fibrillation offers online physician consultations for new patients who live in the New Jersey and New York area - a convenient, secure way for patients to learn about the center's unique, evidence-based model of A-Fib treatment and management.

What are the Benefits of an Online AFib Consultation?

Snyder Center Medical Director Suneet Mittal, MD, explains how online consultations can help patients understand their AFib treatment options – and the Snyder Center’s team-based approach to care – in the comfort of their home, without having to worry about distance or other barriers to an in-person appointment.

How Does an Online AFib Consultation Work?

These virtual office visits are video chats through your smartphone, tablet or computer. You can see and speak with our doctor using real-time audio and video technology. This opportunity is presented in collaboration with SnapMD, one of the country's largest telemedicine companies. 

All consultations are up to 30 minutes in length and are conducted by our Medical Director or one of his electrophysiology physician colleagues. 

How Can I Schedule An Online AFib Consultation?

When you're ready to schedule your consultation, create your account and choose from a list of available dates and times. The video below shows you how to create your account for the first time.

Already created your account? Log in here.

Frequently Asked Questions About Online Consultations

Who is an appropriate patient for an online consultation?

Anyone in New Jersey or New York who is suffering from atrial fibrillation and who is currently not a patient of the Snyder Center may schedule a consultation.

How long is the consultation?

Up to 30 minutes.

Who conducts the consultation?

All consultations are conducted by Electrophysiologist Suneet Mittal, MD, or one of his electrophysiology physician colleagues. Dr. Mittal is Director of Electrophysiology at The Valley Hospital and Medical Director of the Snyder Center.

Do I need to bring any medical documentation to the consultation?

Although not required, it would be helpful if medical documentation related to your current A-Fib treatment is at the ready when the consultation begins. This can include a list of current medications and doses, and results of cardiac tests such as an EKG and/or stress test.

What happens after the consultation?

At the end of the consultation, we will inform you of next steps, which may include coming into the office for a medical evaluation.

Is there a cost?

The cost is $49.99 and insurance is not accepted. Payment can be made using Visa, American Express, MasterCard or Discover cards. After the transaction, you'll receive a receipt that can be submitted to your healthcare flex spending provider.

How do I schedule the consultation?

Click here to request an online consultation, or call the Snyder Center at 201-447-8392.

Which devices can I use for the consultation?

All desktop operating systems (Windows, Mac) and mobile operating systems (iOS [Apple] and Android) are accommodated. If you're using a desktop or laptop computer, you must have both a webcam and microphone. (If you're using a smartphone, those capabilities are most likely built into the device.) Consultations can only be conducted using Google Chrome or Firefox. Consultations can't be conducted with Internet Explorer, Safari or another browser. To download Chrome or Firefox onto your device, please use one of the device-specific links below:

Computer/Laptop (Windows/Mac)

iPad/iPhone

Android

What if I have questions before or after I make the appointment?

Please contact the Snyder Center at 201-447-8392 or snydercenter@valleyhealth.com.