The Heart and Vascular Center at Greenwich Hospital offers a complete range of diagnostic and interventional cardiac services and vascular care. Patients receive exceptional care from some of the nation’s top cardiologists through our center.
Conditions We Treat Include:
- Coronary artery disease (including heart attack)
- Abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias)
- Heart failure
- Congenital heart disease
- Heart muscle disease (cardiomyopathy)
- Pericardial disease
- Aorta disease and Marfan syndrome
- Vascular disease (blood vessel disease)
- Pulmonary embolism
Cardiac patients at Greenwich Hospital have access to a full range of diagnostic tests to accurately diagnose and evaluate heart conditions.
Patients receive superior care from board certified interventional cardiologists for diseases of the coronary arteries and valves, and arrhythmias.
Greenwich Hospital is one of the few providers in the region to offer emergency angioplasty. This life-saving procedure to restore blood flow to the heart is available round-the-clock for heart attack patients.
Learn more about angioplasty
Cardiology Inpatient Care
Cardiac patients receive the highest standard of specialized care, treatment and monitoring in our Intensive and Intermediate Care (telemetry) units.
Board-certified vascular surgeons provide advanced diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of arteries, veins and the lymphatic system.
Learn more in Vascular Surgery
Cardiac rehabilitation helps people with heart disease reduce their risk, feel healthier and improve their cardiovascular functioning.
Prevention and Wellness
Our Center for Healthy Living offers screenings, clinical tests and complete physical examinations to assess personal risk factors for heart disease and develop a treatment plan for controlling them.
Appointments require a doctor’s order. For more information, call 203-863-3164.
The Greenwich Hospital staff provides individualized attention to all cardiac patients. Patient support includes organizing pre-operative tests and admission procedures, making discharge arrangements and helping patients understand insurance benefits.
Learn more about planning for a cardiac procedure