Doctors in the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases provide the highest quality of care to adults with conditions of the heart, arteries, veins and lymphatic vessels (cardiovascular diseases). More than 20 doctors specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease (cardiologists) conduct research and continuing education programs.

Many laboratories, subspecialty clinics and preventive health programs support the care of people who have cardiovascular disease. The staff is organized into various subspecialty groups, each focusing on an area of cardiology or vascular medicine.

The doctors in Cardiovascular Diseases welcome referrals of people who have cardiovascular disease and are seeking consultations or treatment. When needed, the cardiovascular staff works closely with other specialists, including: