Providing World-Class Heart and Vascular Care.
Keeping your heart healthy is crucial for your well-being. If you are concerned about your heart, have known risk factors or experience symptoms of heart disease, you may need to see a cardiologist.
Expert Care for Every Beat.
Our team is here for your heart and vascular needs. You should only entrust your cardiovascular health to an experienced, multidisciplinary team with award-winning heart attack care, cutting-edge technology, and compassionate patient care.
Our specialists work closely together to develop a personalized treatment plan for you. Services can include evaluations and tests as well as lifestyle modifications, cardiac catheterization, minimally invasive surgery, electrophysiology, implantable devices or cardiopulmonary rehabilitation.
If you have urgent, emergent and life-threatening heart and vascular conditions, please call 911.
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In just a few short minutes, this simple assessment will tell you if you may be at risk for heart disease.
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Hear From Our Patients
Nausea from indigestion? No, it’s a heart attack.
The last thing Angie had time for was a stomachache after a retirement luncheon at her workplace. She had three grandchildren at home who depended on her every day and a full-time job at a RV manufacturer that kept her busy nonstop.
When the only symptom of a heart attack is an odd sensation in the jaw
Jody Emerson, 50, assumed her heart was healthy. She didn’t have hypertension or diabetes, and no one in her family had heart disease. She knew her cholesterol was a little high, but she wasn’t on medication. And yet, when Jody felt an odd sensation in her jaw, it was unusual enough that she mentioned it to a friend.
A journey to rehabilitate a heart without surgery
Heart attack was the furthest thing from Bryce Webb’s mind when he went to the Veterans Hospital for a checkup in February 2022. He thought he had indigestion.