Community Heart and Vascular Hospital
Flu visitor restrictions
Starting Friday, March 11, 2016, Community hospitals will implement temporary visitor restrictions due to flu concerns. Before visiting, please check restrictions >>
No other provider in Central Indiana is home to more cardiovascular innovation, coordinated care and talent than Community Heart and Vascular Hospital. Our heart physicians and specialists are dedicated to providing groundbreaking, comprehensive heart and vascular care. No other facility is as advanced in diagnostic and interventional cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, electrophysiology and atrial fibrillation treatment, cardiac rehabilitation and more. We are the best choice when it comes to matters of the heart. If it has anything to do with your heart, it has everything to do with us.
To schedule an appointment with a heart or vascular physician, please call 800-777-7775.
Community first in Indiana to offer dedicated Cardio-Oncology Clinic
During chemotherapy treatment for cancer, some drugs can adversely affect the heart. At the Cardio-Oncology Clinic, doctors and patients can take proactive steps to take care of the heart while the patient is fighting cancer. Led by cardiologist Rey Vivo, M.D., the program uses cardiac imaging and biomarkers for early detection and treatment of potential cardio-toxicity from cancer therapy. At risk patients will receive an individualized cardiac risk evaluation and treatment plan, with care coordinated between cardiologists and oncologists. Read more >>
CardioMEMS™: New hope for heart patients
Dr. Michael Robertson, interventional cardiologist, talks about CardioMEMS™, a medical implantable device that measures pulmonary artery pressures and provides early detection of heart failure as it begins to progress. Learn more here or in the video below.
Picture it: $49 heart scan
A heart scan provides pictures of your heart’s arteries (coronary arteries) to help you predict the likelihood of a cardiovascular event, such as a heart attack. You may benefit from a heart scan if you are over 40 and smoke, have high blood pressure, are diabetic, are obese, have high or borderline cholesterol, and/or have a family history of heart disease. Learn more >>