Heart and Vascular Center
Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Cancellations require 24-hour notice.
Parking: Free with validation, using your green parking ticket when you register at your appointment. Use the Lee Street Parking Garage directly across the street from University Hospital and Emergency Department.
The Heart and Vascular Center at University Hospital offers convenient access to comprehensive cardiac care. Whether you're seeing us for routine testing or major surgery, your cardiologists, heart and vascular surgeons and entire care team are committed to providing you and your family with the highest quality of care.
Our Heart and Vascular Center clinics and services include:
- Atrial fibrillation center
- Device clinic
- Heart failure and transplant center
- Cardiac valve center
- Cardiovascular genetics clinic
- Adult congenital heart disease clinic
- Diagnostic vascular lab
- Vascular surgery
- Vascular medicine clinic
- Valve center
- Cardiovascular imaging and testing
- General cardiology
- Interventional cardiology
- Heart surgery
- Structural heart disease
Note: General doctor visits and device visits are held at the Primary Care Center.
We offer counseling from a registered dietician. If interested, ask your doctor or nurse to refer you. Same-day appointments may be available.
Learn more about heart and vascular care at UVA.
You can view your results in MyChart. If you don't have MyChart access, you'll get your results by phone or mail.
Heart Attack Recovery Clinic
Our heart attack patients are scheduled for a follow-up appointment at the Heart Attack Recovery Clinic one week after being discharged from the hospital. You'll meet with a cardiologist, exercise physiologist, pharmacist and dietitian who will educate you on the steps to recovery.
Key recovery takeaways:
- Mind your medication
- Stop smoking
- Attend a rehabilitation program
- Slowly adopt an exercise regimen
- Eat smart
- Know the signs
Club Red is UVA's Heart and Vascular Center initiative for women with risk factors and symptoms. Learn more heart-healthy tips.