For a list of our upcoming Cardiovascular Screenings during the month of November, please click here.
For more information on St. Elizabeth's CardioVascular Mobile Health Unit,
please click here.
Valve Center Open
St. Elizabeth Healthcare is proud to announce the opening its own Valve Center as part of the Heart and Vascular Institute at St. Elizabeth Edgewood.
The Valve Center, which opened October 3, is housed on the sixth floor of the hospital in the Vascular Institute, with operating hours on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.
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Together, Our Team Can Heal Your Heart
When your heart is in trouble, you deserve the best care available. At St. Elizabeth Healthcare, our team of cardiovascular experts deliver that kind of quality every day. And we can prove it.
Consistently, the success rates of the cardiovascular care we deliver rank among the best in the nation. One reason for that is our exceptional level of experience. Together, our team of cardiovascular professionals has performed more than 10,000 open-heart surgeries and more than 60,000 cardiovascular procedures.
St. Elizabeth Women's Heart Program
Did you know that more women die from heart disease than any other cause?
Heart disease is the number one killer of women today. In fact, one in every three women is affected by this pervasive and often devastating illness. This is a primary health concern for all women today.
The St. Elizabeth Women’s Heart Program can help patients determine where they stand in relation to heart disease. And, should a patient need preventive or other treatment, St. Elizabeth can offer the very best medical experts in the region.
The St. Elizabeth Women’s Heart Program provides comprehensive women’s cardiac risk prevention and screening services in a spa-like, convenient setting.
To learn more about the Women's Heart Program, please click here.
We’ve even been recognized for how rapidly we deliver our lifesaving care in heart emergencies. For instance, many heart attack patients urgently need blood vessels opened through a procedure called emergency angioplasty. In a heart attack, the faster that procedure is performed, the better the chances the patient will not only survive, but thrive. Well, at St. Elizabeth, we’re proud to say that our speeds at delivering this complex procedure are among the best in the nation.
But, we really want to prevent heart emergencies like that from ever happening in the first place. That’s why a big part of our heart care program is about prevention and early diagnosis. So, we offer a wide range of services to not only assess your risk of heart disease, but also screen and diagnose early signs of heart problems.