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Who does your heart beat for?

The cardiac experts at Dignity Health want your heart to keep beating strong for your loved ones. Early detection of heart problems means treatment can start earlier, so you'll live healthier longer.

Heart Care You Can Count On

For many individuals, the first sign of heart disease begins with a heart attack. Our complete heart care program begins the second you enter our emergency room, where we quickly assess your condition and proceed with the appropriate cardiac diagnostic services. If intervention is necessary, you’ll immediately go to our cardiac cath lab for angioplasty, where a small balloon is placed and inflated to open blocked heart arteries. The American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association recommends a less than 90 minute door-to-balloon time. 

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Our cardiac electrophysiology specialists give you the expert care needed to manage heart rhythm issues by diagnosing and treating electrical activity and arrhythmias. Electrophysiology procedures include Electrophysiology studies, Catheter ablations, Watchman, Pacemakers, Defibrilators, Loop recorders, Cardiac Resynchronization (Biventricular) implantations and Tilt Table testing.

Women are also more likely to ignore the symptoms commonly associated with heart disease. In the U.S., more women die from heart disease than any other cause, including cancer. And, more women than men die each year from heart disease. Our team of cardiologists work with you to treat and prevent heart disease, by addressing specific concerns and warning signs.

Cardiac rehabilitation is a proven, evidence-based practice that has been shown to improve outcomes for cardiac patients by teaching positive health choices. Cardiac Rehabilitation Program can help support recovery, reduce risk for further cardiovascular disease, and increase overall health and well-being.

Our team of cardiovascular surgeons are recognized for treating a broad variety of cardiac diseases and performing some of the most advanced procedures in the Southwest.

The entire Dignity Health Heart and Vascular Institute of Greater Phoenix is committed to offering patients the latest and most effective treatment options available. Participating in ongoing education, research and clinical trials is an important component of that commitment.


Our East Valley Emergency Departments are committed to provided the best state of the art treatment for anyone that come through our door. Chandler Regional Medical has earned the distingshion of a Level I trauma Center, This is the highest designation by the American College of Surgeons. We treat more than --------trauma patients annually with a comprehensive range of resources on hand 24-hours a day, including trauma surgeons specializing in orthopedic, general, and neurosurgery, anesthesiologists and other specialists.


Our East Valley hospitals, CRMC and MGMC have earned the Joint Commisioned certification as a "Primary Stroke Center" while earning the distingtion of Stroke Gold Plus, Target Stroke Elite Plus as well as the Get with the Guidelines. This achievement awards hospitals that demonstrat a committment to following up-to-date research based guidelines for the treatment of heart disease and stroke. CRMC and MGMC has a trained stroke team that provides prompt attention to detail care from diagnosis to treatment. We have a highly skilled team of care Coordinators that are present from admission to discharge. Your Care Coordinator Team helps the whole family unit get connected with community resources, home health, or rehab all for the purpose of yor recovery.

Chest Pain

Someone has a heart attack every 40 seconds in the United States. One would say that time is tissue when it comes to our heart. Our state of the art ED, Cath Lab and staff strive for early diagnosis and rapid treatment. Both Eat Valley Hospitals earned the American College of Cardiology Accreditaion for Chest Pain Center. We are committed to serving our community through educational oppurtunites with our first responders, schools and businesses. 

There are many kinds of heart problems, from structural to electrical. Our cardiologists treat all types of cardiac issues and help you maintain cardiac wellness. Heart disease is a serious concern to most men and women in the United States. It sits as one of the leading causes of death. General cardiology comes with the goal of identifying people who are at risk of heart disease, providing care for patients who are suffering from heart disease and helping these individuals maintain a healthy long life.

Conditions that would fall under the category of general cardiology would include things such as heart attacks, high blood pressure, angina, coronary artery disease and valve disease. Cardiologists who work in general cardiology are dedicated to the concept of helping their patients receive the treatment and advanced therapies that they need to keep their heart working its best. They are committed to working with other doctors and other sub specialties as well as using the latest in imaging technology in order to help the patient get the best idea of the help of their heart.

Interventional cardiology specialists provide minimally invasive procedures. They use a small flexible tube called a catheter to treat damaged or weakened vessels, narrowed arteries or other affected heart structures. Interventional procedures include but are not limited to Cardiac Angiograms (heart cath), Percutaneous coronary Intervention (PCI), Valvuloplasty, Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) Closures and emergent care of ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI).

Our Structural heart Program uses innovative, less invasive procedures to treat conditions that involved disease or defects in the heart valves, walls and chambers. Our team, made up of Interventional cardiologists, cardiac surgeons and Electrophysical Cardiologists work together with our imaging experts to diagnos and treat structural heart conditions. Our program utilizes Strucural Heart Coordinators to help navigate our patients and families through the process from start to follow up.

The functions of the blood vessels include supplying all organs and tissues of the body with oxygen and nutrients. They include removing waste products, fluid balance, and other functions. Because of all these functions, conditions that affect the vascular system may affect the part(s) of the body supplied by a certain vascular network. Vascular disease involves blood flow, either by blocked or weakened blood vessels, or by damage in the valves found in veins. Our interventional Cardiovascular team offers several treatments for venous and arterial diseases.


Womens heart services

Women are also more likely to ignore the symptoms commonly associated with heart disease. In the U.S., more women die from heart disease than any other cause, including cancer. And, more women than men die each year from heart disease. Our team of cardiologists work with you to treat and prevent heart disease, by addressing specific concerns and warning signs.

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