Tamara Langeberg Minneapolis Heart

Tamara Langeberg, BSN, MSN

Nurse Practitioner

Tamara Langeberg RN, MSN, CNP is credentialed through the ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center) as a family nurse practitioner. She completed her BSN (bachelor of science in nursing) in 1995, and MSN (Master of Science in nursing) in 2002 at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She has worked as a nurse practitioner with the Minneapolis Heart Institute since 2002, initially working with the general cardiology service, she has been with the electrophysiology group since 2004. As part of the Heart Rhythm Management Team, Tamara provides cardiac electrophysiology care for patients in the hospital and clinic setting, and performs direct current cardioversions, and tilt table studies. She has been instrumental in the development of the cardioversion program, as well as standardization of anticoagulation protocols.

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