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Heart & Vascular Care

U.S. News & World Report has ranked UVA the No. 1 hospital in Virginia. We’ve also received the highest possible performance rating in four heart conditions and procedures.

Working Together for Heart Care Expertise

Several years ago, UVA's heart team saw the need for a combined approach to treating patients to ensure patients get the best possible care. View heart care transcript.

Heart Care That's Close & Unique to You

Convenient Heart Clinic Locations

You don't just have to visit us at the hospital. Make an appointment at other locations throughout Central Virginia, including clinics in Zion Crossroads, Fishersville, Culpeper and Ivy. Find a location near you.

High-Tech Heart Devices

Implantable heart devices help us diagnose, manage and treat your heart rhythm disorders and other heart conditions. Most of these heart devices require surgery to implant them.

In-Depth Genetic Testing

Over 1 million Americans have some form of an inherited heart or vascular disease. Genetic testing or cardiovascular screening is the first step in identifying and addressing inherited heart conditions. 

Heart Failure
physicians reviewing heart imaging

Our nationally recognized heart failure program provides the kind of personalized expertise and support that can improve your daily life.

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Heart Valve Disease
Two healthcare providers discussing a case with a heart patient.

Our Advanced Cardiac Valve Center offers a variety of approaches to treat valve issues without traditional heart surgery.

See your heart valve options
Coronary Artery Disease
STEMI team works with patient

When you come to UVA, you have access to the pioneering technologies that enhance and improve coronary artery bypass grafts.

Keep blood flowing to your heart

Heart Blog Articles

Walking Again: A Little Girl’s Movement Disorder & More in the Summer Vim & Vigor

When Alana stopped walking, it took years for her parents to find a specialist who could diagnose her movement disorder. Read her story &…

Personal Preparedness During Coronavirus: Securing Your Health Outlook

While at home, there are simple ways to improve your health outlook. A personal preparedness checklist can help you feel better about your future…

Stroke or Heart Attack Symptoms? Go to the ER, Even During Coronavirus

With the coronavirus in Virginia, you probably don't want to go to the ER right now. But if you're having symptoms of a heart attack, stroke or…

Heart and Vascular News

New Stroke Guidelines Aim to Improve Care Amid COVID-19

Top stroke experts have issued new guidance to ensure stroke patients receive safe, timely care while preventing the transmission of COVID-19.…

Heart Attacks, Heart Failure, Stroke: COVID-19’s Cardiovascular Complications

A new guide from emergency medicine doctors details the potentially deadly cardiovascular complications COVID-19 can cause.

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Bystanders Can Help More Cardiac Arrest Victims Survive

Only 8% of Americans survive cardiac arrest outside a hospital, but that percentage could increase significantly if bystanders recognize cardiac…