The Most Complete Care in Redding
With comprehensive education, prevention, diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitation capabilities, The Mercy Redding Heart Center offers state of the art cardiac care to our local community. For help in scheduling an appointment, please call (530) 245-2990.
Heart Care Services in Redding, CA
The Mercy Redding Heart Center offers the most comprehensive range of cardiac services in the North State, including diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. We are a partner with Stanford Health Care, which provides our program with two renowned cardiac surgeons for complex care, who work alongside our local team of cardiologists and heart health experts to offer our patients the best possible outcomes.
Our Heart and Vascular Services
The Mercy Redding Heart Center provides a full range of cardiac interventions and procedures as well as comprehensive diagnosis and rehabilitation.
Our diagnostic and interventional cardiology services Include
- Cardiac arrhythmia management
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Clinical research and trials
- Heart disease diagnostics and intervention
- Heart surgery, including minimally invasive
- High risk percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)
- Radial artery access
- Vascular care
Stanford Cardiac Surgery Program at The Mercy Redding Heart Center
Our Heart Center partners with Stanford Health Care to provide two world-class heart surgeons, who live in our community and perform surgery at The Mercy Redding Heart Center. Through our partnership, we provide academic medical and surgical heart services right here in Redding. This is why The Mercy Redding Heart Center serves as an ideal option for patients in need of cardiac surgery. Our heart surgery procedures include:
- Complex Heart Valve Repair
- Aortic Surgery
- Beating Heart Surgery
- Cardiac Valve Surgery
- Complicated Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
- Aortic Aneurysm Surgery
- High Risk Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)
- Minimally Invasive Heart Valve Surgery
Heart Disease Diagnostics and Intervention
From EKGs to echocardiograms and more, the diagnostic team at The Mercy Redding Heart Center is prepared to accurately, and quickly, diagnose your heart. We are the only hospital in North State to provide electrophysiology services.
The Mercy Redding Heart Center has state of the art digital heart catheterization, a procedure that uses imaging to give a highly accurate internal picture of your heart and its arteries. It can detect heart disease in its early, most treatable stages and quickly provides clear and accurate information in diagnosing heart disease and in emergency situations such as a heart attack.
Our complete range of diagnostic options include:
- Echocardiogram, with and without contrast
- CT scan using the latest application
- Digital heart catheterization
- Electrophysiology (EP)
- Nuclear perfusion and dynamic imaging studies
- Stress EKG
Our goal at The Mercy Heart Center is to provide our patients with the best possible care delivered with compassion and humankindness. Our doctors, nurses and specialized cardiac technologists listen, and want to be sure that our patients clearly understand the tests and options available to them.
The Mercy Redding Heart Center uses the most advanced imaging equipment and surgical technology available in the North State to help ensure that you receive an accurate diagnosis. Some of our technology includes:
- Impella® Assist Device
- CardioHelp® Bridge Device
- Advanced cardiac imaging equipment
Treating the heart doesn’t end with diagnostic procedures or surgery. At The Mercy Redding Heart Center, our cardiac rehabilitation team is ready to help you and your heart grow strong.
Throughout cardiac rehabilitation, recovering patients enjoy working out and getting well together. Our cardiac rehabilitation program offers exercise machines, music and a friendly staff. A telemetry monitor continuously traces your EKG, and is watched by a registered nurse.
The medical staff also monitors the heart's overall functional ability and counsels patients about their progress. By participating in cardiac rehabilitation, patients become more independent and can improve their quality of life.