Who’s in Your Heart?
Trust your heart to our award-winning experts.
Your heart doesn’t beat just for you. So if you know you’re at risk for heart disease, don’t wait. Connect with a cardiologist who cares about your heart as much as you do.
To highlight the cardiac capabilities at St. John’s Regional Medical Center and in recognition of February as American Heart Month, St. John’s is hosting a cardiac symposium on Saturday, February 10, 2018 in the Conference Center. Greeters and directional signage for parking and event location will be available. Space is limited.
To reserve seating, please call 877.753.6248.
- Emergency heart care: St. John’s is a designated STEMI receiving center, which means heart attack patients receive immediate and expert care, with “door-to-balloon” times (ER arrival to angioplasty intervention) averaging nearly half of the 90 minute national standard when arriving by ambulance.
- Various treatments for heart disease, including non-invasive cardiology services, surgical heart and vascular interventions, electrophysiology treatments, beating heart surgery, and minimally invasive valve repair/replacement.
- A dedicated outpatient cardiac rehabilitation program
Heart Disease in Women
At St. John’s, we recognize that women have unique lifestyle and health care needs, and we tailor our heart services and treatment specifically to each person.
The Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at St. John’s Regional Medical Center offers individualized exercise and educational programs for people who have had a recent heart attack, heart surgery, or have experienced other cardiovascular incidents.
Heart Attack Treatment
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, roughly 720,000 Americans have a heart attack each year.
Heart Disease Prevention
Reducing your risk for heart attack is within your grasp if you improve your lifestyle and habits.
Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States and causes more serious long-term disabilities than any other disease according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Treatments for Heart Disease
The cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, and vascular surgeons at St. John's offer a range of diagnostic, interventional, and surgical treatment options to address your heart and vascular conditions.
Electrophysiology (EP) is the science of diagnosing and treating electrical activities of the heart, or heart rhythm disorders. Doctors specializing in EP treat irregular heartbeats that are the result of abnormal electrical impulses that cause the heart to beat too quickly, too slowly, or irregularly.
St. John’s Regional Medical Center is consistently recognized for our outstanding heart care. Most recently, we were named one of Healthgrades America's 100 Best Hospitals for Cardiac Care™ (2013-2015). Additionally, we have been recognized as a Five-Star Recipient for Treatment of Heart Attack for 11 years in a row (2005-2015).
Healthgrades is the nation’s leading online resource for comprehensive information about doctors and hospitals, and these awards come from the analyzed public reports among 4,500 hospitals nationwide, based on quality and safety measures reported to the federal government.
For a cardiologist at St. John’s, call 844.617.0419, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.