When it comes to heart and vascular care, experience matters. At OhioHealth Physician Group Heart and Vascular, we bring together the experience, expertise and innovation to ensure you receive the very best and most compassionate care available.
With 100 physicians serving 47 counties, we provide the latest treatments and noninvasive techniques while keeping you close to home.
From routine appointments to the most complex conditions, including peripheral vascular disease, heart failure and heart valve diseases, you can feel confident you are receiving the highest quality care when you choose an OhioHealth Physician Group heart and vascular physician. Our comprehensive heart and vascular teams provide care close to home, so taking care of your health is easier. Some of the care delivered by OhioHealth Physician Group Heart and Vascular experts include the following at our clinics:
Our vascular clinics are part of the largest network of vascular clinics in Ohio, allowing patients with vascular conditions greater access to minimally invasive and comprehensive care where they live and work.
Our arrhythmia clinics are part of the largest network of arrhythmia clinics in Ohio, providing patients care close to home with treatments customized to the unique and often complex needs that are associated with heart rhythm disorders.
Our heart failure clinics are specifically designed to manage quality of life for heart failure patients. They support you from new diagnosis through end-of-life care decisions, and every step in between.
Our Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) Clinic cares for patients experiencing acute episodes of AFib that require immediate evaluation or support. It is intended to reduce unnecessary emergency department visits and hospitalizations. For more information, call (614) 788-AFIB (2342).
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, killing more than 610,000 people each year. If you believe you or a loved might be at risk for a heart attack, please make an appointment today with one of our leading cardiologists, so we can help you stay healthy by ruling out, managing and/or treating your risk or condition. In addition, because most people don’t know what’s happening when a heart attack begins, we recommend you become familiar with this list of symptoms.
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) occurs when arteries in your legs, feet or hands become narrowed or blocked. Without treatment, PAD can lead to severe problems in your limbs and increase your risk for heart attack and stroke. Many people with PAD don’t exhibit symptoms. If you believe you or a loved one might be at risk -- or are exhibiting symptoms -- it’s important to see a heart and vascular specialist. We are experts in treating this condition and will work closely with you to determine your risks and/or treatment needs.
Read articles on the OhioHealth Blog to hear from our physicians offering expert information to those living with heart and vascular conditions.