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Innovations In Heart Care Live Webcast
Don’t miss our live webcast on Tuesday, November 15 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. when experts from MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital will answer your online questions about how you—or the loved ones you're caring for—can benefit from the recent innovations in heart care including minimally invasive procedures, smaller devices, and new techniques.
MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute is one of the top-ranked cardiovascular programs in the mid-Atlantic, offering patients access to some of the nation’s most experienced specialists and the services of the 10 MedStar hospitals in Greater Washington and Central Maryland. Our hallmark is the depth and breadth of our expertise and a long-standing commitment to collaboration that brings the very best team-based thinking to each and every patient.
Have a heart problem? Turn to the leaders in cardiovascular care in the mid-Atlantic for 55 years. Our expert cardiologists and surgeons are pioneers in research and technology, and are paving the way for future innovation in advanced heart and vascular care for generations to come.
We offer the most sophisticated diagnostic tools and advanced treatment options in heart care today, including state-of-the-art cardiac CT scanners, intravascular ultrasound, and operating rooms that are wired for real-time electronic video, image and information transfer.
With our distributed care delivery network, you have easy access to world-class cardiovascular care through nine major MedStar hospitals plus cardiology practices and satellite offices across the region from Baltimore to Southern Maryland, and from Washington, D.C. to the Eastern Shore.
This tool is giving patients with atrial fibrillation a new lease on life. MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute was the first in the Washington region to successfully implant the WATCHMAN Device. This new device helps reduce stroke risk for certain patients with A-fib and to potentially eliminate long-term use of blood thinning medication.