Our experienced doctors and surgeons use the most advanced diagnostic tools and treatments. You have access to everything from minimally invasive catheterization procedures to robotic and open surgery in state-of-the-art operating rooms.

Diagnostic Procedures

  • Electrocardiogram (EKG) – A graph of your heart's activity made using electrodes attached to your chest, looking for abnormalities in your heart's electrical impulses
  • Echocardiogram – An image of your beating heart made using ultrasound waves, used to find issues with your heart's structure
  • Transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) – Images of your heart valves using an ultrasound device in your esophagus, which is behind your heart
  • Transthoracic echocardiogram (2D and color-flow Doppler) – Measuring the size and shape of the heart, as well as the speed and direction of blood flow
  • Diagnostic catheterization – Measuring blood flow in the heart or veins using a catheter, a small hollow tube (2-3 mm diameter) inserted into arteries in the leg or arm and moved to the right or left sides of the heart


  • Angioplasty – A minimally invasive, nonsurgical procedure using a catheter (a long narrow tube) with a balloon that inflates to open blocked arteries, sometimes used to place a stent (a metal mesh tube that keeps the artery open)
  • Heart and lung transplant – Surgery to replace a diseased heart or lung
  • Pacemaker – An implanted device that electronically controls your heartbeat and keeps it from falling below a preset rate
  • Implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) – An electronic device that adjusts irregular heart rhythms such as tachycardia (sustained fast heart rate) and arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)
  • Surgery – We use both minimally invasive robotic surgery and open surgery for aortic valve replacement and coronary bypass

Cardiac Rehabilitation

  • Baseline patient assessment – we evaluate your current health status
  • Exercise training – showing you how to improve your health through proper exercise
  • Physical activity counseling – tips and guidance on how to increase physical activity for a healthier heart
  • Risk factor management – how to deal with conditions that could cause heart issues
  • Nutritional counseling and referrals – learn the best ways to eat for heart health
  • Psychosocial interventions and referrals – help with behaviors, thoughts and actions to improve overall well-being

Preventative Care

  • Risk reduction, diet and exercise programs – learn the best ways to take care of your heart and prevent serious issues

Find a location near you to make an appointment with our heart team