Our Services

Carondelet Heart & Vascular Institute at St. Joseph’s has the skill and experience to help manage both chronic and acute heart conditions. We have specialists capable of offering diagnosis and treatment services for all different types of heart and vascular disease. You can expect quality care and compassionate service when it comes to caring for your heart.

We offer a full complement of cardiovascular care services:

Diagnostic Cardiology: we offer diagnostic services using the latest techniques and technology. These tests can help in the diagnosis or detection of disease.

Interventional Cardiology: using a small incision and threading a thin hollow tube (catheter) through an artery in the wrist or leg to the heart, we can make heart repairs, including clearing blocked arteries, correct congenital abnormalities, and repairing valves.

Structural Heart: we diagnose and treat congenital and structural heart diseases, such as atrial septal defect (ASD) and patent foramen ovale (PFO) closures and paravalvular leak repair

Cardiac Electrophysiology: we offer a variety of advanced methods to diagnose and treat abnormal heart rhythms such as atrial fibrillation and ventricle tachardyia among others, typically minimally invasively.

Cardiothoracic Surgery: using advanced surgical techniques to treat diseases of the heart and lung, our heart and lung specialists are experts in modern surgical techniques and tailor them to each patient to promote a safe, effective procedure.

Vascular Surgery: we offer advanced treatments and technology to treat the body’s network of blood vessels, including offering many minimally invasive approaches to treat vascular diseases, such as thoracic and abdominal aneurysms, renal artery stenosis, lower extremity disease, and carotid artery disease

Vein Solutions: whether it’s cosmetic or there is a medical need, we can treat many common vein conditions, including varicose or spider veins, using some of the most advanced technologies available.

Valve Clinic: our patients with valve disease, abnormal heart rhythms and heart failure can receive joint consultation with an interventional cardiologist and cardiothoracic surgeon, offering a more comprehensive approach to care and eliminating multiple appointments.