At Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South, we cover every beat of heart care. The services of the Heart and Vascular Center range from prevention to diagnosis, to a wide variety of options personalized to your heart needs including recovery.
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All services are always available, 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
Diagnostic procedures available include:
- Electrophysiology Study
- nuclear cardiology
- specialized labs
- stress test
Interventional procedures available include:
- cardiac catheterizations
- Impella® Heart Pump Procedures
- pacemaker and defibrillator insertion and evaluation
- peripheral artery intervention
- stent procedures
Cardiac and vascular procedures available include:
- bypass surgery
- carotid surgery
- open heart surgery
- valve repair and replacement
- The Joint Commission Certified for chest pain
- Intersectional Accreditation Commission (IAC) for echocardiography and vascular testing
Our cardiac catheterization lab performs evaluations of the heart’s vascular network and treats arterial blockages. The Texas Health Huguley emergency department and heart cath lab have collaborated to reduce the time it takes for heart attack patients to be treated, surpassing the national goal.
We also offer cardiac rehabilitation services for outpatients that incorporate exercise, education and emotional support to improve heart health.
Designed specifically for patients who are experiencing heart attack symptoms, the Chest Pain Center is a special program located within the emergency department. Texas Health Huguley’s Chest Pain Center serves as a triage point to quickly diagnose and treat chest pain. Learn more...
We have two surgical suites specifically designed for open-heart surgery. Our experienced cardiovascular surgeons enjoy the state-of-the-art facilities. Staffed with intensively trained critical care nurses, the cardiovascular critical care unit has 10 beds dedicated to cardiovascular patients.