The CardioVascular Institute at Washington Adventist Hospital has provided the Washington Metropolitan Area with leading edge, state-of-the art procedures with skill, compassion and experience for the past 25 years. The hospital was the first in the D.C. area to perform numerous cardiac procedures, including mitral valvuloplasty, and a number of sophisticated echocardiography.
The institute was also the first in the mid-Atlantic region to begin performing a revolutionary type of surgery that can correct atrial fibrillation (AF), a common form of heart rhythm abnormality and a major cause of stroke. The procedure, called The Mini-Maze, offers new hope to AF patients for whom no cure now exists.
Currently, the hospital is Montgomery County's first complete Cardiac Care Center, performing more than 500 open-heart surgeries and more than 6,000 heart catheterizations each year. In scope, experience, technology and professional staff, the CardioVascular Institute at Washington Adventist Hospital provides a level of care unsurpassed by any cardiology program in the Maryland suburbs.
Learn more about the heart services offered at Washington Adventist Hospital and let them help you lead a heart healthy life. Fill out the online form on their website to receive a reusable grocery tote, heart healthy recipes and information on finding a heart doctor who's right for you.
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