Heart & Vascular

The Heart and Vascular Institute at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art services, including emergency care for heart attacks, non-invasive diagnostic testing, interventional and surgical treatment of complex cardiac conditions, and cardiovascular disease screening and prevention for the Burbank and Los Angeles area.

Our award-winning teams of heart and vascular specialists, combined with the latest medical technology, help us take care of your heart-from prevention and diagnosis to treatment and rehabilitation.

Our heart specialists use non-invasive diagnostic testing designed to measure the heart's performance, pinpoint problems and accurately identify the most appropriate treatment. They are highly skilled in invasive diagnostic and interventional therapies including medical and surgical procedures such as angioplasty, atherectomy and stents. These procedures are designed to prevent or stop a heart attack in progress, or to correct other heart problems such as angina (chest pain) and stroke.

Call 888-HEALING (432-5464) to find a physician and schedule an appointment with our heart experts.

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