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From preventative care to state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment technologies, St. Joseph’s Cardiovascular Center in Phoenix, AZ, provides a full range of adult cardiovascular services care in one convenient location.
When you choose St. Joseph’s for your cardiovascular needs, you are choosing to be cared for by a dedicated cardiovascular staff—including cardiologists, nurses, perfusionists, case managers and other healthcare professionals—in facilities designed with your unique needs in mind.
The majority of our diagnostic and treatment services are provided in the hospital’s state-of-the-art Heart and Lung Tower, featuring cardiothoracic operating rooms, and a cardiothoracic intensive care unit, cardiac telemetry unit and cardiac catheterization laboratory.
Whether you are at risk for heart disease or are exhibiting symptoms of a heart condition, our board-certified cardiologists will work with you to create a preventative care plan that may include lifestyle changes or the latest medications. And because early prevention and detection are key to maintaining a heart healthy lifestyle, our cardiopulmonary services staff also offers periodic educational seminars about various heart conditions for members of the community.
St. Joseph’s state-of-the-art cardiovascular diagnostic services include:
Our cardiovascular specialists are skilled in some of the most advanced and minimally invasive treatment options available today, including:
Our cardiovascular services are further enhanced by four cardiac catheterization labs and a hybrid OR, dedicated to adult diagnostic and interventional procedures, such as ablations, angioplasty, stenting, heart valve replacement and more.
In addition, St. Joseph’s Vascular Clinic provides diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care for multiple vascular and peripheral vascular diseases, including atherosclerosis, aneurysms, dissections and occlusions.