Heart & Vascular Institute Departments

The Hartford HealthCare Heart & Vascular Institute offers the latest in high-tech treatments such as robotic surgery and the following procedures in a comfortable and caring setting.



Trust the expert cardiologists at Hartford HealthCare Heart & Vascular Institute for comprehensive heart care. You’ll benefit from one-on-one care that addresses your symptoms so you can live a full, active life.

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Cardiac Surgery

We’ve performed more than 500 heart transplants. In 1984 became the first Connecticut hospital to perform a successful transplant. You can also trust our experience in mitral valve repair, coronary bypass procedures and surgical ablation to treat atrial fibrillation. We've performed more valve procedures than any health system in Connecticut.

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Clinical Cardiology

A cardiologist is your first stop for a specialist who treats a full range of heart issues, from aortic disease to a heart attack. Dizziness, shortness of breath or palpitations? Each can be a sign of heart disease. Our cardiologists treat common heart problems like angina, also help stabilize high cholesterol and high blood pressure. We also perform the most cardiac surgeries in Connecticut.

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The average human heart beats about 100,000 times a day, pumping almost 2,000 gallons of blood through the body. We treat irregularities of the electrical system that controls the heart rate and rhythm, whether with a nonsurgical procedure (catheter ablation), heat ablation or cryoablation. We also implant, program and monitor pacemakers, cardioverter defibrillators and loop recorders.
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Center for Advanced Heart Failure & Pulmonary Vascular Disease

The Heart & Vascular Institute's Center for Advanced Heart Failure & Pulmonary Vascular Disease has developed extraordinary resources to help patients with advanced heart failure, whether it's with life-suport ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) technology during cardiac or respiratory failure, heart pumps that restore normal blood flow or a heart transplant.

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Interventional Cardiology

An interventional cardiologist treats cardiovascular disease with procedures that use a catheter, like angioplasty and stenting. The Heart & Vascular Institute’s cardiac catheterization program, with more than 4,500 procedures each year, ranks among the most substantial in the Northeast.

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Preventive Cardiology

The Heart & Vascular Institute provides the most comprehensive services for the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease in the region. Its programs and services are tailored to help people with known or suspected heart disease, or those recovering from a heart attack or cardiac surgery.

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Structural Heart
Disease Program

The Heart & Vascular Institute’s Structural Heart Disease Program specializes in defects or abnormalities in the heart’s infrastructure – the valves, wall and chambers – that do not affect the organ’s blood vessels.
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Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

The Heart & Vascular Institute’s Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery leads the state in the medical, minimally invasive and surgical treatment of vascular disease. These diseases, which affect your circulatory systems, include blocked or weakened arteries and veins throughout the body.

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Women's Heart Wellness

Women's Heart Wellness Program

The Women’s Heart Wellness Program represents Hartford HealthCare’s dedication to identifying, treating and, whenever possible, preventing cardiovascular disease in women.

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