Heart & Vascular Center
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Expert Care, Close to Home
The Heart & Vascular Center has a national reputation for treating complicated heart conditions using the most advanced treatment options and therapies. As one of the largest centers at Emory Healthcare, the Heart & Vascular Center has over 20 subspecialties that fall into four main specialties: cardiology, vascular surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, and cardiac imaging. The areas all come together to provide comprehensive heart care for you.
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The collaboration between all four specialties within the Emory Heart and Vascular Center delivers seamless care for our patients and allows for quick access to other medical experts as needed. The physicians within the Emory Heart and Vascular Center are a dedicated team – relying on each other’s extensive research and expertise to bring our patients the best care available.
We’re committed to providing superior heart and vascular patient care, promoting overall heart health, pioneering innovative clinical cardiovascular research, and training the best heart specialists in the world.
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Did You Know?
As an academic health center, many of our physicians are faculty from the Emory University School of Medicine. Emory's team of heart and vascular health researchers use knowledge gained in basic science research and apply it to our clinical (medical) research. This process of connecting biological discoveries made in the laboratory (basic science research) with clinical (medical) research is called translational research — and is crucial to the development of important new therapies, devices and protocols that directly impact heart and vascular patient care.
Our Heart & Vascular Center is the only program in Atlanta, and one of just a few in Georgia, to be involved in translational research. This consistently propels Emory to the forefront of cutting-edge cardiovascular treatments and technologies, and results in better outcomes for patients.