NYU Winthrop Hospital’s Cardiovascular Services include advanced diagnostic, lifestyle and disease prevention programs, as well as sophisticated medical treatment and cardiac rehabilitation, the latest procedures in interventional cardiology, and superior cardiac surgery. We are known across New York for our excellent outcomes in cardiac care for men, women and children.
We offer the most current treatments, diagnostic technologies and disease prevention programs. In addition to a world-class heart surgery program, we provide the latest treatments with non-surgical techniques such as angioplasty and valvuloplasty and we offer a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation program.
Focused on detecting disease in its earliest stages, NYU Winthrop’s experienced cardiac diagnosticians work in modern facilities equipped with the latest technology. Diagnostic tests we administer include:
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) is a revolutionary procedure in cardiology that enables patients with aortic stenosis to receive a new heart valve without undergoing open heart surgery. In 2012, NYU Winthrop Hospital became one of approximately 70 centers nationwide to receive TAVR technology based on our skilled team of interventional cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons who perform this life-saving procedure. Today, NYU Winthrop is one of the busiest and most experienced TAVR programs on Long Island.
Our technologically advanced Cardiac Catheterization Lab offers patients superior treatment methods for cardiovascular disease through non-surgical methods:
NYU Winthrop’s Heart Rhythm Team consists of cardiologists and electrophysiologists who are leaders in their field. They offer treatments for all types of heart rhythm disturbances, including supraventricular tachycardia (rapid heart rhythm originating in the upper chamber of the heart) and ventricular tachycardia (rapid rhythm originating from the lower chamber of the heart). State-of-the-art treatments include:
Promoting healthy hearts is our top priority and our clinicians address modifiable risk factors to help their patients stay well. Hypertension (high blood pressure), elevated cholesterol, smoking, lack of exercise, diet and stress are all linked to cardiovascular disease. Our healthcare professionals encourage and educate patients by providing them with the resources they need to stay healthy.
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