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St. Rose|Stanford Clinic's cardiovascular and thoracic surgery program brings Stanford physicians to the Las Vegas Valley in a collaboration with St. Rose Dominican.
The team of Las Vegas cardiologists at the clinics are advancing the science of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery in the Las Vegas Valley, which means the rate of post-surgical complications will decrease while patient survival rates increase. The program brings leading-edge technology to cardiothoracic surgery in Las Vegas and Henderson, including new types of hybrid cardiac/cardiovascular surgery procedures.
The St. Rose|Stanford affiliation maintains the independence of both medical centers while providing an infrastructure that fosters partnership and collaboration among staff at both institutions. By joining forces, Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican and Stanford now provide academic-based care in southern Nevada in these Stanford satellite clinics.
The St. Rose|Stanford Clinic combines the expertise and compassion of our Las Vegas heart specialists with the nationally renowned experts at Stanford to bring an unprecedented level of care to you. Our goals are to:
Advanced treatments the Clinic provides include:
Minimally-invasive heart surgery techniques, such as robotic-assisted surgery for mitral valve repairs, require smaller incisions and less manipulation of healthy tissue. This means less pain and a faster recovery.
Other benefits of minimally-invasive surgery include:
Ashraf Osman, M.D., FACS, FICS, FCCP a cardiac and thoracic surgeon and clinical assistant professor at Stanford University, joined the St. Rose|Stanford Clinic staff in August 2014, and is the fifth full-time Stanford faculty physician to join. He is double board certified in Cardiothoracic Surgery and in General Surgery.
Dr. Osman conducts a broad spectrum of cardiac surgery procedures including valve repairs and replacements, coronary artery bypass grafting and lung surgery, including the video assisted thorascopic surgery (VATS) approach. Osman is also a member of Stanford's Heart Transplant Program and will care for Las Vegas-area potential heart-transplant patients before and after transplant procedures that will be performed at Stanford Hospital in California.
Robert G. Wiencek, Jr., M.D., FACS, cardiovascular surgeon, is a longtime local cardiovascular surgeon (he's practiced in the Las Vegas valley since 1991) and a Stanford School of Medicine clinical professor of cardiothoracic surgery since 2013. Dr. Wiencek has a special interest in minimally-invasive and robotically-assisted cardiovascular surgeries that help patients recover more quickly and have lower likelihoods of serious complications.
A recent Best Doctors survey by Seven magazine and Consumers’ Checkbook noted Dr. Wiencek was named most often by his physician peers as the best local cardiothoracic surgeon as well as the best vascular surgeon in the Las Vegas Valley.
St. Rose|Stanford Clinics - Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery Program
7190 S. Cimarron Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89113
(across the street from the San Martin Campus)
To consult with a cardiovascular or thoracic surgeon at St. Rose-Stanford Clinics, ask your physician for a referral or call 702.675.3240 for an appointment.