THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS, May 4, 2005 – eCardio Diagnostics, LLC, a provider of advanced technology cardiac arrhythmia monitoring, has appointed Robert Jordan to executive vice president. In this capacity, Jordan will drive the company’s marketing strategy as well as recruit, train and manage its representatives in the field. He will report directly to eCardio president and CEO Larry Lawson.

“Robert is an exceptional leader and will be instrumental in helping us develop a team that provides the highest level of service to physicians and their patients,” said Lawson. “His addition to the eCardio team strengthens our ability to rapidly grow and emerge as a leader in the cardiac arrhythmia management marketplace.”

Most recently, Jordan served as an executive with Diagnostic Monitoring Associates, a national marketing and sales firm specializing in bringing cardiac services to physicians throughout America. Prior to transitioning to the medical industry, Jordan served in various sales and marketing positions in telecommunications for companies such as Pacific Telesis, McCaw Communications and BellSouth.

Jordan will participate in eCardio’s exhibit at the Heart Rhythm Society’s Heart Rhythm 2005, which runs through May 7 in New Orleans. eCardio’s exhibit in booth #131 will include information regarding the company’s innovative, secure and HIPPA-compliant Web-based solutions, including eCardioWebsm, eCardioVuesm and  eCardioNroll, which combine the highest level of accuracy with convenience.

eCardio’s innovative solutions enable real-time patient enrollment and allow physicians to access and easily analyze patient information anytime, anywhere they have Web access.

About eCardio Diagnostics
eCardio Diagnostics, LLC. (, based in The Woodlands, Texas, is a cardiac services company that provides cardiac event monitoring services for the detection of arrhythmia. The recipient of the 2005 Frost & Sullivan Customer Service Leadership Award, eCardio provides proprietary Web-based solutions and its state-of-the art laboratory facility provides 24-hour remote cardiac event monitoring, digital holter monitoring and pacemaker follow-up to physicians, cardiologists, electrophysiologists and other caregivers throughout the United States. More information is available at or by calling (888) 747-1442.