Heart & Vascular Care

We work as a team to provide award-winning heart attack care, while emphasizing prevention and healing. Our facilities are top-of-the-line, supporting our expert cardiologists, radiologists and surgeons in their minimally invasive procedures to restore blood flow throughout the body and helping restore circulation to at-risk limbs.

Complete care for your heart

Because primary care providers are often the first to recognize the signs of heart and vascular disease, most patients are referred to us. However, for patients with urgent, emergent and life-threatening heart and vascular conditions, we are available around the clock.


At Goshen, we work together to provide the latest, minimally invasive procedures; the appropriate diagnostic screenings for at-risk patients; and a cardiac rehabilitation program (including Ornish Lifestyle Medicine™) to restore the highest quality of life.


Goshen Heart & Vascular Center

Our dedicated cardiologists work with electrophysiologists, radiologists, nurse practitioners, pulmonologists and surgeons to meet the needs of heart and vascular patients. Our multidisciplinary approach translates into regular daily and weekly group consultations, as well as an open office work environment.

See a complete list of our Heart & Vascular Doctors

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Information is critical – especially when you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a heart condition. We have a video library of our providers explaining some key terms, a heart risk assessment, our annual review and a list of our support groups and classes.

Goshen Health News & Articles

  • Protecting your heart after a heart procedure


    If you’ve had a stent placed in the arteries to help supply blood to your heart, or a procedure that restored regular heart rate and rhythm such as an ablation, pacemaker or a defibrillator, you may feel like once you’ve been discharged from the hospital, you’re good to go. But most people discover such procedures are life-altering events and they need to protect their hearts (and their lives) by eating healthier, exercising more, managing their stress, taking medications and monitoring any implanted devices.
  • Ornish Lifestyle Medicine™: The Program That Will Protect Your Heart


    At our June Thrive meeting, we discussed the benefits of Ornish Lifestyle Medicine. Did you know you can reduce your risk for heart disease and improve your overall health by completing the Ornish Lifestyle Medicine program at Goshen Health?
  • Heart screening pays off by detecting heart disease


    Greg Thorne, Elkhart, had no symptoms of heart problems when he went in for a routine physical with his family doctor. All his vital signs checked out and he felt healthy. When his doctor mentioned a $49 heart screening (to check his calcium score) for people over 50, Greg thought it sounded like a good idea, even if he didn’t need it.

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We can help

Talk to your primary care provider if you have concerns about your heart. If you do need to see a cardiologist, we will work with your provider to coordinate your screenings and care. Call (574) 533-7476 to learn more about how we can help you be a heart hero.

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