Heart and Vascular Care
Providing you with expert treatment and the tools to self-manage your heart failure.
An estimated 5.7 million Americans have congestive heart failure, a major chronic condition often marking the end stage of heart disease. Sharp provides a full range of customized care for patients with heart failure.
Our heart failure services.
Sharp provides the following services for patients with heart failure:
-Diagnostic arrhythmia evaluations and treatment
-Pacemaker and defibrillator implantation
- Cardiovascular rehabilitation
- Drug-eluting coronary stent and bioresorbable stent placement
- Heart transplant
- High-risk coronary bypass
- Left ventricular assist devices (LVAD)
- Peripheral ultrafiltration
- Prevention and education
- Valve repair and replacement
Supporting you through education and research.
At Sharp, our priority is to take care of you and your well-being. That's why we've created a wide selection of heart classes and monthly support groups so you and your family can come together with other patients to hear from our experts and share tips and strategies.
We also know how vital it is to be at the forefront of new research and treatments, which is why we're actively involved in clinical trials that will lead to better treatments and therapies for heart failure.
Experience our heart health classes and events.
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""The secret of caring for the patient is to care for the patient." — William Osler"
"I provide cutting-edge, compassionate care and treat patients as I would my own family."
"My goals are to advocate for the patient and to prevent cardiac emergencies by practicing preventive medicine."
"The Sharp Experience means well-informed patients receiving superior care with the latest medical technology in a sensitive and respectful setting."
"My greatest pride is when I see a patient in my office and they tell me they’re doing better than before."
"I deliver excellent and compassionate care to the center of my attention — the patient."