Mount Sinai Heart: Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery
Mount Sinai Heart has always been committed to the heart health of communities locally, regionally, and globally, while maintaining the highest safety standards. During these trying times, we want to reassure you that we are here to provide the care you need - your health and safety remains our top priority.
We understand that you may be worried about visiting any medical facility right now, but don’t let fear keep you from getting the care that is so vital to your health. It is important to get the health care you need when you need it. Our message for you is simple but crucial: Do not put your heart screenings or cardiac care on hold. Research shows that delays in the treatment of your heart health can lead to the need for more extensive treatment.
As of June 9, 2020, all Mount Sinai Health System locations have been approved to resume elective surgeries. We are providing care in safe, clean spaces so that you can feel confident about coming in for your exams, surgeries and essential treatments. Our doctors, nurses, and staff are working 24/7 to ensure the safety of all our patients and this is not limited to Mount Sinai Heart. Throughout our health system, we’re protecting our patients with rigorous protocols that go beyond requiring face masks. Learn more at www.mountsinai.org/safetyhub.
For more information, please contact us at 1-855-MSHEART1-855-MSHEART or request an appointment.
Our world-renowned team of cardiologists and cardiac surgeons offer treatments for all types of heart disease including:
Arrhythmia: Patients come to Mount Sinai Heart from all over the world for treatment of their heart rhythm disorders because of our clinical expertise, leadership in the field, and innovative research. Our arrhythmia specialists, electrophysiologists, are skilled in performing even the most delicate arrhythmia procedure. We offer a full range of therapies for all types of arrhythmia, from supraventricular tachycardia (SPV) to atrial fibrillation (Afib) and ventricular tachycardia.
Coronary Artery Disease: Our multidisciplinary team is dedicated to fighting coronary artery disease (heart attacks, angina, peripheral artery disease, aortic stenosis, and more) through expert diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. We uniquely treat each patient based on their medical history, type of condition, and lifestyle. Our approach is to establish a well-coordinated plan that includes a close partnership among you, your extended health care team, and family. Additionally, our researchers study the underlying causes of heart disease and developed procedures to treat it, providing you with access to the latest testing and treatments.
Heart Failure: At Mount Sinai Heart, our cardiologists and cardiac surgeons, specialize in the treatment and management of patients living with mild, moderate, and advanced heart failure. Our treatment options for heart failure include medication, left ventricular assist devices (LVADs), and when needed transplants. Our medical team have experience treating the most complex cases, were the first in the New York Metro Area to use Total Artificial Heart as a short-term solution for patients awaiting heart transplants and Mount Sinai Heart is home to one of the largest LVAD programs.
Valve Disease: Mount Sinai Heart is a leader in treating heart valve and aortic diseases. Our cardiologists and cardiac surgeons have invented devices and pioneered techniques that are used worldwide and are widely recognized for excellence in cardiac care and the ability to blend research and clinical practice. Our team is known for treating aortic aneurysms, aortic stenosis and regurgitation, bicuspid, tricuspid and pulmonary valve diseases.
In addition to in-person visits, our cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons offer telemedicine/video appointments so that you can receive ongoing health care from the convenience of home. Both new and existing patients can make telemedicine appointments with many doctors in our practice.