Heart and Vascular Care: Experience the Blessing Difference

When you come to Blessing for heart and vascular care, you benefit from:

  • Commitment to excellence: Our heart and vascular care teams are recognized for medical excellence and compassionate patient care. Our recognitions include:
    • Accredited Chest Pain Center via American College of Cardiology Accreditation Services, with additional recognition of its percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI) capabilities to clear blockages and reduce heart attack damage
    • Certified Advanced Primary Stroke Center via the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association
    • Accredited echocardiography lab via Intersocietal Accreditation Commission
  • Advanced technology: Our Heart & Vascular Center features the latest technology, including the only electrophysiology (EP) lab in the region. Here, we quickly diagnose and treat abnormal heart rhythms, or arrhythmias.
  • Depth of expertise: Each of our doctors has a specialized area of cardiac expertise. We have specialists in heart failure, heart valve problems, arrhythmias, and interventional and surgical procedures. For more complex cases, our doctors collaborate with Washington University Physicians in St. Louis.
  • Care that focuses on you: We treat our patients like family. You will see the same familiar, helpful faces at your appointments and throughout your course of treatment.
  • Convenience: We make it easy for you to get all of your diagnostic heart tests, heart procedures and follow-up care in one easy-to-access location.

Conditions We Treat

Our specialists treat a range of heart, vascular and lung conditions, including:

  • Arrhythmia: Your heartbeat is too slow, too fast or irregular. Learn more about arrhythmia.
  • Heart attacks and strokes: A blood clot or calcified lesion stops blood flow to your heart (heart attack) or brain (stroke). Learn more about heart attacks and strokes.
  • Heart disease: Plaque builds up in your heart’s arteries (hardening or narrowing of the arteries). Learn more about heart disease.
  • Heart failure: Your weakened heart does not pump enough blood. Learn more about heart failure.
  • Heart valve disease: Your heart valve does not fully open (stenosis) or does not fully close (regurgitation). Learn more about heart valve disease.
  • Thoracic conditions: Problems that affect the lungs, chest, diaphragm and esophagus. Thoracic conditions include lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

Contact Us

To schedule an appointment with a cardiologist, please call 217-214-3424.