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Heart Center

We’ll keep you and your heart healthy.

Top care to get you back to your best life

Our renowned specialists, surgeons and care team are here for you. You’ll get answers to your heart health questions and back on the path to a healthier, more active life.

You’ll receive personalized treatment and care plans, from simple tests to complex surgery. Once you’re on the way to recovery, our cardiac rehabilitation and prevention programs help make sure you stay well and avoid future heart problems.

Conditions we treat

You’ll get expert care for your heart condition, including genetic predisposition. Take a look for more info:

Make an appointment

Cardiology: 651-254-4887

Heart surgery scheduling: 651-254-4130

Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on holidays.

Meet your care team

Your care team might include a cardiologist, heart surgeon, electrophysiologist, physician’s assistant and/or nurse practitioner. They’ll put you at ease, and work together to give you the best level of care.

Meet your care team

Our comprehensive, cutting-edge care programs and treatments include:

Screenings, tests, procedures and programs

  • Preventive health screenings
  • Echocardiograms, cardiac imaging, like CT scanning, MRI, and nuclear imaging
  • Assessments and diagnostic testing
  • Angioplasty
  • Programs for heart failure and hypertension
  • Women’s heart health
  • Cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation

Heart surgeries

  • Electrophysiology procedures, like catheter ablation and implantable devices, for controlling irregular heartbeat
  • Coronary artery disease/bypass
  • Valve repair/replacements
  • Aortic aneurysm disease/surgery
  • Adult congenital heart surgery
  • Minimally invasive valve replacement
  • Catheter-based valve replacement, such as TAVR (transcatheter aortic valve replacement)

If you need surgery

Sometimes, surgery is the best way to get you feeling good again. We’ll guide you every step of the way. You’ll meet with your surgeon ahead of time. And the day before surgery, you’ll have a pre-op education session.

A nurse will walk through everything you can expect the day of your surgery. You’ll see what the pre-op area looks like, find out what to expect during recovery and have a chance to ask questions. You’ll also have your lab work done during this time. You’ll walk away ready to face your surgery with confidence.

Get more information about preparing for surgery

Hear success stories from Regions patients

Peggy’s story

When Peggy started experiencing low energy and shortness of breath, she went to Regions. After a successful open-heart surgery, she’s back to herself and feeling better than ever.

Jamal’s story

Born with a congenital heart defect, Jamal has dealt with heart issues his whole life. When the time came for another surgery, he was glad he chose Regions.

Al’s story

A husband and father of two young children, Al was blindsided when he had a cardiac arrest. Hear how Regions got him back to good health.

What you can expect

Most care starts with meeting a cardiologist, physician assistant or nurse practitioner. They’ll take the lead on your care and coordinate with other doctors and specialists you may see. Everyone will know your story and will work together to create the right care plan for you.

Your care plan may include testing, medication, monitoring, a minor procedure or surgery.

Advanced procedures and research

TAVR

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) offers a less invasive option for patients who are too frail for other types of heart surgery.

Mitral-valve repair

You’ll be in good hands with our excellent team if you need mitral-valve repair. Leading-edge technology identifies the reason for a mitral valve leak and how to repair or replace it.


Additional resources

Heart health assessment quiz

Calculate your risk for a heart attack or heart disease.

Take the heart health assessment quiz


Related specialties

Neuroscience care

From stroke care to brain surgery, our experienced team of neurologists, neurosurgeons and other specialists work together to help you heal.

Women’s health

Your unique care needs change over time. Our doctors can help you stay well through every stage of life.

Internal medicine

Develop a lasting care relationship. An internal medicine doctor oversees your general care and can refer you to specialists.

Make an appointment

Cardiology: 651-254-4887

Heart surgery scheduling: 651-254-4130

Find your heart doctor

How to get to Regions

Getting to Regions Hospital

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Recognized as a leader in heart care

It’s not just our patients who rate us highly. Healthgrades® recognized Regions Hospital as among the top in the nation for heart care in 2017. Healthgrades is the leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals. Here’s a closer look at all of the heart care recognition from Healthgrades:

  • Named Among the Top 5% in the Nation for Cardiology Services in 2017
  • Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Heart Failure for six years in a row (2012-2017)
  • Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Heart Attack in 2017

Named a Nation’s Top 100 Heart Hospital two years in a row by Thomson Reuters

Named one of the nation’s best cardiac care institutions by Leapfrog Group

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