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At St. Mary’s Medical Center, we provide resources that can help you navigate your heart journey. We’re here for you and are ready to help you connect with the doctors and health professionals who can provide the high-quality, safe care you deserve.
4-Hour Holter Monitors
30-Day Event Recorders
Arterial Vascular Study Lower Extremity
Exercise Stress Test
Dobutamine Stress Test with Echocardiography Imaging or Nuclear Imaging
Lexiscan Stress Test
Transesophageal Echocardiogram (TEE)
Artificial Heart Valve Surgery
Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery
Endovascular Surgery & Limb Preservation
The experienced team of physicians and surgeons at St. Mary’s Medical Center are now able to offer even more minimally invasive vascular interventional procedures to patients, including specialized procedures that are designed to spare tissue, repair damage, and help maintain and restore function in limbs that would otherwise have to be amputated.
Pediatric Cardiology at Palm Beach Children's Hospital
If a heart defect is found in your child, our pediatric cardiologist will sit down with you to fully explain the diagnosis and all the possible implications. A plan of treatment may be designed for additional care.
Fetal Heart Defect
No expectant mother wants to hear is that her unborn baby may have a heart defect. But determining an unborn baby’s health prior to birth can be essential for a long and healthy life. The Fetal Diagnostic Center allows us to perform a fetal echocardiogram that determines the health of your baby’s heart. If complications should arise, we will provide support through our Fetal Cardiology Program.
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