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Every heart has a story.

Our cardiac team can help you live yours.

Cardiac Care at Marian Regional Medical Center

We bring technology like our state-of-the-art cardiac interventional hybrid suite and catheterization lab together with a team of heart care specialists including cardiothoracic and vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists, cardiologists, skilled nurses, and other specially trained health care professionals who specialize in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of heart disease to deliver quality heart care for our community. 

Advanced Cardiac Therapy

Marian Regional Medical Center offers the most advanced therapies as well as interventional and surgical procedures to treat cardiac conditions.  

Some examples of the advanced cardiac therapies available include:

  • Micra Transcatheter Pacing System—the world’s smallest pacemaker
  • Watchman Device— an implant that offers an alternative to taking blood thinners for those with Afib 
  • Amplatzer PFO Occluder

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Electrophysiology Program

Marian Regional Medical Center is committed to helping your heart keep its beat. That's why we're offering electrophysiology and heart rhythm management services inside our Heart Center.

Conditions we treat

We diagnose and treat the full range of cardiovascular conditions using the most advanced tools and technology available today. Our approach to care also includes helping you manage your disease and maintain a heart healthy lifestyle.

Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Aortic Aneurysms

Aortic Valve Disease

Atrial Fibrillation

Cardiac Arrest


Congestive Heart Failure

Heart Disease

High Blood Pressure/Hypertension

Marfan Syndrome

Mitral Valve Disease

Pulmonary Valve Disease

Raynaud’s Disease

Tricuspid Valve Disease


STEMI Receiving Center

Marian Regional Medical Center is a designated STEMI Receiving Center. Our cardiac team is ready around the clock to diagnose and treat the most serious kind of heart attack.


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At risk for heart disease?

Heart disease comes in many forms and can affect people of any age, gender, or ethnicity. In fact, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. The more you can learn about your heart health, the better. Knowledge is truly powerful medicine that helps you understand your risks and take action to lessen your potential for problems. It can lead to early detection, and most importantly, to early treatment and better outcomes.

Take this quick assessment to:

  • Understand symptoms, causes, and types of heart disease
  • Determine your risk factors for developing heart disease
  • Learn which lifestyle factors can increase or decrease your risk

Take the assessment