Caring for each cardiac patient from preparation before surgery until follow-up with cardiac rehabilitation is our priority. This includes expert services in respiratory care, cardiac intensive care, telemetry services, physical therapy and social services. The physicians and staff of Danville Heart and Vascular Center at Danville Regional Medical Center are committed to delivering only the highest quality of care with the latest technology to all patients, especially those with heart and vascular diseases.
Danville Regional provides comprehensive cardiac care. Our Cardiovascular Services include:
*Open heart and valve surgery
*Thoracic and vascular procedures
*Diagnostic and interventional catheterization
*Pacemaker and automated defibrillator insertion and management
*Stress testing and echocardiography
*Multiple diagnostic imaging services
In 2011, our Heart and Vascular Center was recognized with a Gold Performance Achievement Award from the National Cardiovascular Data Registry for consistently meeting high standards in heart attack care. Danville Regional was also recognized with a Silver Performance Achievement Award in 2011 from the American Heart Association for consistently meeting high standards in heart failure care.
Along with our board of certified cardiologists and other skilled medical staff members, the Danville Heart and Vascular Center is also an Accredited Chest Pain Center. Hospitals that have received accreditation have achieved a higher level of expertise in dealing with patients who arrive with symptoms of a heart attack.
Heart disease continues to be a major health problem throughout this region and America. Schedule a heart check up with your physician today.
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