We strive to keep your heart healthy and strong through prevention efforts, accurate screening and diagnosis, advanced treatments and rehabilitation. We continue to grow our heart program to ensure you have the right care and the right expertise at the right time.
Learn about the heart and vascular conditions we treat.
Heart and chest surgery
Our cardiothoracic surgeons are some of the nation’s highest rated and have some of the best outcomes for aortic valve replacement (AVR), coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) and AVR+CABG.
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Structural heart program
We combine the strengths of our experienced heart surgeons with the expertise of our interventional cardiologists to offer the latest treatment options for structural heart conditions such as congenital heart defects and severe valve disease.
Learn more about how we treat Structural Heart Disease.
Learn more about our Structural Heart Program
Irregular heartbeat services
A heart beats more than 2.5 billion times during an average lifetime. When those beats get out of rhythm, you need specialized medical care. Our experienced heart rhythm specialists, known as electrophysiologists, treat two of the most common irregular heartbeat conditions: heart arrhythmia and atrial fibrillation (Afib).
We combine the strengths of top-rated vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists and interventional radiologists to provide artery and vein disease services for conditions such as peripheral vascular disease and abdominal aortic aneurysms.
Learn more about vascular surgery.
Pulmonary hypertension program
Early identification of pulmonary hypertension (PH) disease is key because it’s a progressive illness. Although some forms of PH aren't curable, we’ll work with you to develop a custom treatment plan to improve your quality of life.
Interventional cardiology procedures involve the use of thin, flexible tubes called catheters to diagnose and repair damaged vessels and other heart structures. These procedures are minimally invasive, have a faster recovery time and often can eliminate the need for surgery.
If you’ve had a heart attack or some form of heart failure, you know how important cardiac rehab is to your new healthy lifestyle. Our program specializes in follow-up care as you recover from a major heart procedure.
Additionally, if you are at higher risk for heart disease, rehab can reduce risk factors for potential problems.
Specialized program for those who are currently being treated for cancer, as well as cancer survivors, susceptible to long-term cardiac complications from chemotherapy or radiation.
Learn more about Cardio Oncology