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Keep your heart healthy

Your heart keeps you going. When it isn’t working as it should, you feel sick, tired and weak. If the problem becomes serious, you may have a heart attack.

Improving your heart health is easier than you may think. By having access to excellent health care, you will regain your energy and strength, often without the need for surgery or a long hospital stay.

One hospital for all your heart health needs

When it comes to your heart health, it's important to work with a healthcare provider you can trust. That’s why so many heart patients choose St. Mary’s Medical Center. We are committed to researching and providing the best possible cardiac care. Our commitment to our patients is one of the reasons we have received awards from the American Heart Association and earned the designation of CIGNA Center of Excellence for General Cardiac Medical, a reflection of our success in both clinical excellence and patient outcomes.

Quality health care is critical when treating diseases of the heart. Our commitment means better results for you, less uncertainty about the future, and the chance to live a worry-free life. By putting your heart in the care of our doctors, you will also be receiving patient services that are equally devoted to giving you a positive outcome.

Treating the whole heart

The heart is a complex organ that keeps your body moving through life. Because it is so intricate, there are a number of different conditions that can affect the heart. At St. Mary’s Medical Center, our cardiac team will use our combined knowledge and resources to find out what’s bothering your heart, then put together a treatment plan that works for you.

Cardiovascular Services

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