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Stanford Cardiovascular Health

...with a focus on prediction and prevention,
we help you maintain your heart's health.

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Stanford Cardiovascular Health
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Stanford Cardiovascular Health

...helping arrhythmia patients get their rhythm back

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...is taking care of you and your whole family

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Stanford Cardiovascular Health

Stanford Cardiovascular Health is committed to improving your heart health. We bring together teams of clinical specialists from various disciplines that focus on predicting and preventing heart conditions. With innovative research and cutting-edge clinical trials, Stanford Cardiovascular Health is committed to keeping your heart healthy for life.

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Stanford Cardiovascular Health Team

The cardiovascular health team at Stanford Hospital & Clinics includes cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, vascular surgeons, thoracic surgeons, advanced practice nurses, electrophysiologists, echosonographers, and a variety of other caregivers and support staff. Stanford Hospital & Clinics has assembled a team of surgeons that brings more than 100 years of experience and international reputations to bear in diagnosing and treating patients.

Stanford Cardiovascular Health Research

Formed in March 2004, the Stanford Cardiovascular Institute is a unique center for cardiovascular disease research and treatment. At the nucleus of the institute is a richly diverse group of university faculty scientists, scholars, engineers, and adult and pediatric clinicians. The team's multidisciplinary collaborations focus on the prevention, treatment, and ultimate elimination of cardiovascular diseases.


Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Taylor Sishc, an All-American high school diver who was recruited to Stanford University's elite diving team, thought his athletic career was over when he was diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome. Working with vascular surgeon Jason Lee, MD, Shisc found a way to get back in the game.

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Patient Stories

Read Eugene Lee's story

Arteries' Mere Millimeters a Mainstay Until Aneurysms Raise Risk of Lethal Rupture

Read Reyna Robles' story

Understanding A Woman's Heart Means Knowing What to Look For

Read Jason Pablo's story

Heart Transplant Gives Local Father New Lease on Life

Read James Cooper's story

Deadly Heart Condition Yields to Screening and Prompt Treatment

Read Stanley Ingerman's story

When Vascular Disease Strikes, Surgery May Be Best Choice


Additional Resources

Stanford Cardiovascular Institute Division of Vascular Surgery Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery

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