"I have been fortunate to be able to offer technologically advanced heart rhythm treatments that can make a big difference in patients’ lives. My goal is to provide these therapies while treating each patient as an individual and building long-term relationships with patients and families."
2601 W. Beltline Highway, Suite 200
Madison, WI 53713
800 Clay Street
Darlington, WI 53530
1050 Division Street
Mauston, WI 53948
Education and Board Certification
University of Colorado Health Science Center
University of Maryland School of Med
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of IM/Cardiovascular Disease
American Board of IM/Clin CardiacElectrophysiology
Dr. Grogan’s special interest is in treating patients with heart rhythm disorders. He performs catheter ablations for rapid rhythms, electrophysiologic testing, tilt testing, and other diagnostic tests for patients with rhythm disorders or fainting. He implants pacemakers, implantable defibrillators, and cardiac resynchronization devices for heart failure.
Dr. Grogan understands that treating complex heart rhythm problems is a balance between clinical and technical expertise and personalized care. He considers each patient’s individual and family situation and helps his patients decide the best scientifically-based treatment to achieve success. Dr. Grogan was the first physician to provide electrophysiology services in the Madison area. He is committed to the advancement of electrophysiology and serves as a clinical investigator for clinical trials to advance the development of new and better treatments for heart rhythm disorders.
Outside of work, Dr. Grogan likes to run, backpack and downhill ski.
Electrophysiologists provide treatment for heart rhythm disorders and fainting. Key procedures include catheter ablation, electrophysiologic testing, holter and event monitoring, tilt testing, laser lead extraction, and implanting pacemakers, implantable cardioverter defibrillators, implantable loop recorders, and cardiac resynchronization pacemakers and defibrillators for congestive heart failure.