The Division of Cardiovascular Diseases offers special disease and condition-related clinics and laboratories. These specialty groups bring together the expertise of numerous specialists.
Adult Congenital Heart Disease Clinic staff cares for adults who have congenital heart disease.
In the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program, the staff of cardiovascular and pulmonary medicine specialists cares for people who have a history of cardiovascular or pulmonary disease and those who are at risk of developing these conditions. Staff helps you to determine the most appropriate treatment and program to help you improve your health and quality of life.
Echocardiography Laboratory staff performs echocardiographic evaluations of people who have cardiovascular diseases. Echocardiography Laboratory staff perform transthoracic studies, exercise echocardiograms and dobutamine stress echocardiograms at three locations. The laboratory provides outpatient and inpatient services.
Electrophysiology Laboratory staff performs electrophysiology studies and implantable-device procedures to diagnose and treat all types of heart rhythm problems.
Heart Failure Clinic staff provides comprehensive evaluations, long-term management, counseling and education for people who have congestive heart failure.
In the Prevention Clinic, cardiologists and other specialists determine people's risk of developing heart disease. Staff then works with people to develop a personalized program to prevent or lower the risk of heart disease.
Women's Heart Clinic staff treats women who have heart disease and help women avoid developing heart disease.