Tampa General Hospital’s Cardiovascular Center Provides Comprehensive Care for a Range of Cardiac and Vascular Conditions

Tampa General Hospital’s Cardiovascular Center provides comprehensive, individualized care for patients with a variety of cardiac (heart) and vascular (artery and vein) conditions. We offer the latest minimally invasive diagnostic services and treatments, as well as comprehensive rehabilitation services in a single, convenient location, emphasizing patient comfort and safety at every step of the way.

Our state-of-the-art cardiovascular center offers everything patients might need in more than 77,000 square feet of designated space, including:Best Hospitals US News Cardiology and Heart Surgery 2015-16

  • Six cardiac catheterization labs
  • Seven interventional radiology suites
  • Eight cardiac operating rooms
  • A hybrid heart valve operating room
  • 47 pre- and post-procedure patient rooms

Patients who visit our cardiovascular center are able to consult with some of the most experienced physicians in the fields of cardiology and vascular care. Our team includes board-certified cardiac surgeons, cardiologists, diagnostic radiologists, interventional radiologists, and specialized cardiac care nurses.  As such, we are well-equipped to diagnose and treat a variety of cardiovascular conditions, ranging from coronary artery disease and arrhythmias to heart failure and heart attacks.

In 2016, Tampa General Hospital received national recognition for our cardiac care when U.S. News & World Report named us one of the nation’s best hospitals for cardiology and heart surgery for the ninth consecutive year. We also have disease-specific certification from The Joint Commission for heart failure and ventricular assist device implantation, making us one of the most trusted providers of cardiovascular care in the region. And, our cardiovascular center works hand-in-hand with our heart transplant program, which ranks among the nation’s busiest and performed the first life-saving heart transplant in the state.

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