Advanced Heart & Vascular Care from Nationally Recognized Cardiologists
Comprehensive Care Options for Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment - Our team of cardiologists, surgeons, nurses, and staff work tirelessly to provide compassionate and comprehensive heart care that is tailored to your needs. With a legacy of more than 125 years of health care in our communities, CHRISTUS Health's primary focus is on your cardiac care and safety through the latest technology and research.
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Leading Heart Care with Trusted Research & Advanced Technology
Advanced Vascular CareLearn More
Advanced Vascular Surgery
CHRISTUS Health perform both surgical and non-surgical interventions and offers high quality arterial and venous imaging using advanced diagnostic equipment through our accredited vascular lab.
Heart Care for ChildrenLearn More
CHRISTUS Health pediatric cardiovascular center provides comprehensive care to children with heart problems and defects.
Cardiac RehabilitationLearn More
Cardiac rehabilitation helps patients recognize and change unhealthy habits and establish new, healthier ones. Rehabilitation may last six weeks, six months, or even longer depending on the individual’s needs.
Common Heart & Vascular Conditions
Heart attacks can vary in severity, with some survivors suffering only minor, short-term complications while others experience long-term effects. Regardless of the severity of your heart attack, you should treat it as a warning sign and take steps to reduce your risk for heart disease and future heart attacks.
The structural heart team performs Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR), Watchman, and other innovative procedures that provide alternative options to open heart surgery. Our specialized program uses a multi-disciplinary approach that focuses on patient-centered care.
High Blood Pressure
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a common condition that affects 116 million American adults — many of whom are not aware they have it. Uncontrolled high blood pressure increases the risk of serious health problems.
When your heart races when you’re sitting still or you feel like you’re going to pass out after a sudden movement, you may have a heart condition called arrhythmia. Also known as an irregular heartbeat, arrhythmia is caused by interruptions in the electrical impulses that regulate blood flow.
CHRISTUS Health's electrophysiologists use advanced imaging and diagnostic catheter technology to create a 3-D "map" of electrical activity within the patient's heart.