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At Tampa General’s Interventional Cardiology Center of Excellence, we offer patients the most advanced treatment options for coronary disease, valve diseases (Aortic, Mitral, Pulmonic and Tricuspid), and adult congenital disease. Our specialized team provides complex interventions including chronic total occlusions (CTOs), Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion (Watchman) and more. As the only academic center in the region, we often have early access to cutting-edge research into new therapies that allow us to continually improve our patient outcomes.

The Interventional Cardiology Center of Excellence maintains a state-of-the-art facility that features the latest technology in cardiac catheterization and a hybrid operating room. This infrastructure allows us to offer a full range of minimally invasive therapies and procedures that result in less pain and faster recovery for our patients.

We promote a multidisciplinary approach, recognizing that often our patients need or are receiving care through different specialties, including Interventional Cardiology, Heart Failure, Electrophysiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery. This allows our center to offer a comprehensive, highly specialized approach. This highly coordinated care is supported by our physicians, dedicated advanced practitioners and nurses to provide a superior patient experience and outcomes.

Nationally Recognized Care

Tampa General Hospital is known for providing world-class care and our collaboration with the University of South Florida has placed us at the forefront of innovation in the vascular treatment landscape.  

Because of our commitment to excellent care, U.S. News & World Report has recognized Tampa General as “high performing" in four conditions and procedures, including abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, heart bypass surgery, heart failure and heart attack care for 2021-2022.