Providence Heart Institute
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Providence Heart Institute comprises more than 80 highly-skilled physicians and surgeons. In 2018 the Heart Institute saw 370,000 patient visits. These patients benefit from world-class care that includes the latest advances in diagnosis, treatment and cardiac surgery.
Through clinical research trials, patients here also have access to many new therapies before they become widely available. And our wellness and prevention programs help prevent heart disease and empower patients to become their healthiest selves.
Providence Heart and Vascular Institute consistently receives top national recognition for excellence.
- American Heart Association’s “Get With The Guidelines” recognition for coronary artery disease care for Providence Portland Medical Center and Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
- Ranked among the “fastest hospitals in Oregon for treatment of heart attack” at Providence Portland Medical Center and Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
- Non-Invasive Vascular Lab Accreditation for Providence Portland Medical Center, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Providence Medford Medical Center and Providence Milwaukie Hospital
- Center of Atrial Fibrillation Excellence at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
- Echocardiography Lab Accreditation for Providence Portland Medical Center, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center, Providence Medford Medical Center, Providence Milwaukie Hospital and Providence Seaside Hospital.
See how we're transforming the future of cardiac care.
This is where it starts. This is the first step that changes everything. At Providence Heart Institute's Basecamp Cardiac Prevention + Wellness, you'll find heart-healthy resources to live your best, healthiest self.
Our medical and surgical directors discuss referral criteria and outcomes of our VAD program. Watch the video.
Our experienced Center for Advanced Heart Disease team can offer eligible patients the latest therapies, including ventricular assist devices (VAD), cardiac rehabilitation and other programs to support heart health. Learn more from cardiologist Jacob Abraham, M.D. on KATU's AM Northwest.