Contact IAC Cardiovascular Catheterization

6021 University Boulevard, Suite 500
Ellicott City, Maryland 21043

hours of operation: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. ET (Monday-Friday)
phone: 800-838-2110 (toll-free) or 443-973-3239
fax: 866-663-5663

Our Staff

Our knowledgeable staff is on hand to answer your accreditation questions.


Frank Vermeiren, M.S., RT (R)(CV), RDCS
Director of Accreditation - Cardiovascular Catheterization
ext. 267 | e-mail


General Questions About Accreditation

Cardiovascular Catheterization Accreditation Questions | e-mail

Cindy Shavatt, Director of Compliance / Director of Accreditation Processes
ext. 248 | e-mail

Online Application Assistance | e-mail

Office Operations / Administration

Erin Riggleman, Administrative Coordinator
(Agreement, Changes in Ownership/Operations)
ext. 245 | e-mail


Facilities with questions about the random audit and site visit process may contact the IAC office by telephone 800-838-2110 or e-mail.

Marketing / Communications

Tammie Sloper, CMP, Director of Marketing/Communications
(media requests, mailing lists, and reimbursement)
ext. 264 | e-mail

Julie Kincaid, Communications Manager
(website, social media, advertising)

ext. 326 | e-mail

Kellie Bair, Creative Design Manager
(webinars/CE credit, printed and promotional materials)
ext. 266 | e-mail

General Marketing Questions | e-mail

Webinars (upcoming webinars, registration, CE credit) | e-mail

Reimbursement (payment policies) | e-mail

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