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Providence offers the latest surgical techniques and innovations, performed by experienced board-certified cardiothoracic surgeons.
Cardiac Surgery Single Stay Unit
The unit consists of patient rooms with private bathrooms, and the most technologically advanced equipment available, allowing for the best possible cardiac surgery patient care.
Cardiac Imaging includes echocardiography, nuclear cardiac imaging, CT angiography and cardiac MRI. Your cardiac physician may order imaging tests to diagnosis your condition.
Cardiac Rehabilitation involves exercise, education and professional medical guidance designed to help you recover safely from a cardiac procedure.
The board certified cardiologists at Providence will evaluate your condition, recommend a treatment plan tailored to you and help you learn how to best manage your heart health.
Congenital Heart Disease
Providence brings together the skills of specialists in the areas of cardiology, cardiac surgery and cardiac anesthesiology to deliver expert personalized care for infants, children and adolescents, and adults with congenital heart disease.
Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
Coronary artery bypass surgery utilizes a healthy blood vessel removed from your leg, arm or chest wall. These grafts are then implanted on to the heart’s surface to allow blood flow to bypass the narrowed or blocked arteries. Although both veins and arteries can be used, our surgeons use arteries when possible because studies have shown that they remain open longer than veins.
Providence provides extensive care for the most critical heart patients: those who suffer from end-stage heart disease.
Heart Valve Surgery
Heart valves such as the mitral, aortic and triscuspid valves may require surgical treatment when they are not properly pumping blood through the heart. Most operations are performed on the mitral or aortic valves, both located in the left side of the heart.
Many conditions that formerly required open-heart surgery can now be treated with nonsurgical interventional procedures which use techniques and technologies that typically minimize pain, risk and recovery time.
Level 1 Cardiac Center
Level 1 is the highest ranking available, and means that we stand ready every minute of every day to provide rapid treatment for cardiac emergencies.
Mended Hearts is the largest peer-to-peer support organization in the U.S. With over 300 chapters nationwide, Mended Hearts works to educate and support those afflicted with heart disease.
Mechanical Heart Program
Ventricular assist devices provide support for patients awaiting transplants or in destination therapy.
Once your child's condition is diagnosed by the pediatric cardiologist, there may be several options to correct the problem. Providence has long been a leader in the treatment of heart disease and has pioneered a variety of procedures, including minimally-invasive and robotic surgeries that result in less pain, tiny incisions and faster recovery.
Pediatric Heart Surgery
Our pediatric cardiac surgeons are highly regarded for their expertise in a broad range of congenital repairs.
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
For patients with severe aortic stenosis, there may be an alternative option to open-heart surgery. Transcatheter aortic valve replacement, known as TAVR, is a minimally invasive option available to some patients.
Our specialists continually study the latest methods and techniques to treat all forms of peripheral vascular disease affecting cerebral, thoracic, upper extremity, abdominal and lower extremity circulations.