UMMC coronary artery patient with a nurse

Coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States.

The good news: coronary artery disease is very treatable.

The University of Maryland Medical Center's team of cardiovascular specialists is here to help you make the lifestyle modifications, along with a medical plan, to help reverse your coronary artery disease.

Telemedicine Services

The UM Heart and Vascular Center team is still seeing patients with urgent or emergent conditions. If you feel any sort of chest pain or symptoms of a heart attack, call 911 immediately. Do not drive yourself to the hospital.

For all non-urgent medical concerns, virtual appointments are now available for coronary artery disease services. We strongly encourage patients to schedule video and/or phone consults for appointments.

Please call 410-328-7877 find out if telehealth is available for your next visit.

For Patients

Professional Recognitions

The University of Maryland Medical Center's coronary artery disease team was recognized by U.S. News & World Report for being a high performing hospital in heart bypass surgery. Learn more about our different approaches to heart bypass surgery (coronary artery revascularization).