The Heart & Vascular Center at Harrison
Award-winning cardiovascular care, close to home.
Welcome to the Heart & Vascular Center at Harrison, where we bring together modern cardiovascular technology, a premier team of medical experts, and specially-trained caregivers to save and extend life. We are with our patients every step of the way—from diagnosis and treatment, to individualized recovery and rehabilitation programs, education, and support.
When you choose Harrison for cardiovascular care, you can rest assured that you’re getting the best possible care.
All the care your heart needs
Our heart team includes board-certified cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, cardiovascular anesthesiologists, vascular surgeons, an electrophysiologist, and specialty-trained nurses and technicians. Working together, our team uses the most advanced techniques and equipment so that each patient receives the most advanced and personalized care.
The Heart and Vascular Center at Harrison is designed for clinical efficiency while at the same time enhancing quality of care and increasing patient safety. The center features ultramodern technology in a cardiac catheterization lab, a cardiac/peripheral interventional lab, and an electrophysiology lab. The 12-bed pre-and post-care nursing unit is mere steps away from the procedure labs, offering patients the full scope of minimally invasive cardiovascular procedures and care in one streamlined center. The center is located within the hospital where our cardiothoracic surgical team and operating rooms are readily available.
In 2013, Harrison Medical Center constructed a Hybrid Cardiovascular Operating Suite. The new suite brings operating room functionality together with the advanced imaging technology of the cardiovascular labs to allow for collaborative procedures between the cardiac and/or OR teams and physicians and the heart and vascular team and physicians. This innovative operating room concept (called a hybrid OR) enables us to perform new cardiac or vascular procedural and surgical therapies. It will play a vital role in the advancement of minimally invasive cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgery at Harrison.