Heart and Vascular Care
Cardiac Expertise and Technology
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in America. From heart disease prevention and risk assessments to life-saving procedures and cardiac rehabilitation, LMH Health is dedicated to helping you and your loved ones prevent and fight heart disease.
Heart Risk Assessments
Do you know your risk factors for heart disease? The LMH Health Heart Center offers heart risk assessments so you can take an important first step in heart disease prevention and prompt treatment.
If you have a heart condition, choosing a cardiologist and a hospital are important decisions. The specialists at the LMH Health Heart Center and our affiliated cardiology practice, Cardiovascular Specialists of Lawrence, are among the most respected cardiologists in the country. Receive high quality, compassionate care, proven treatments, and the most advanced technology, right here at home.
Congestive Heart Failure Treatment
The Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) treatment program at the LMH Health Heart Center combines the expertise of our highly skilled cardiologists, nurses and CHF researchers to help you decrease the likelihood of disease progression, lessen symptoms and improve your quality of life.
Emergency Cardiac Care
Our cardiologists provide round-the-clock, rapid emergency heart care with excellent outcomes for heart failure and heart attack patients, consistently meeting or exceeds state and national averages. With several decades of combined experience, the board-certified cardiologists at LMH Health have performed thousands of life-saving procedures. For heart attack treatment and other cardiac emergencies that require angioplasty, our door-to-balloon times – how much time passes from when you walk into the emergency room to when you undergo a balloon angioplasty to unblock the artery – are well below the national benchmark of 90 minutes.
Certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, our Cardiac Rehabilitation Program is designed to help patients recover quickly from a cardiac event and stabilize, slow or reverse the progression of heart disease.