At Baptist Health, protecting and strengthening your heart is our No. 1 concern. That’s why we’re dedicated to making that care as comprehensive and convenient as possible.

When you come to us, you have access to the full range of cardiovascular services delivered in a personalized way. Our multidisciplinary team of cardiac specialists has expertise in all areas of heart and vascular care, from prevention to diagnostic imaging to surgery and rehabilitation. Plus, we use leading-edge minimally invasive treatments and sophisticated technologies to give you the highest level of care available.

Most importantly, we make you a full partner in your care. Across all our heart and vascular programs, we ensure you receive the most effective, advanced cardiac care that fits your specific needs and preferences. At every step, we work with you to create and deliver a care plan that’s right for you.

Our Cardiovascular Services and Specialty Care

Our Cardiovascular Services and Specialty Care

Heart and vascular problems can be simple or complex. Treating them can be as straightforward as prescribing the right medication or therapy, but other conditions require surgery. Our specialists have vast experience in caring for a wide range of heart conditions. They’re ready to deliver an accurate diagnosis and work with you to find the solution that works best for you.

 Our Wide Array of Cardiac Services and Programs

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation helps build heart muscle, strength and function and reduces symptoms or side effects after treatment.

Cardiac Surgery

Cardiac surgery can repair or unblock arteries around the heart. It may also be used to repair or replace a damaged valve or major blood vessel around the heart.


With our extensive training and advanced technology, along with our close relationship with Miami Cancer Institute, we ensure patients can safely complete their cancer treatment while benefiting from comprehensive cardiac services along the way.


Cardiology is the study of the heart, but Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute uniquely approaches cardiology by looking at the heart and the circulatory system together.


If your heart isn’t beating correctly, an electrophysiologist can help diagnose and treat your irregular heartbeat or heart rhythm condition.

Interventional Cardiology

Our interventional cardiologists are specially trained in nonsurgical treatments of damaged blood vessels, narrowed arteries and structural damage to the heart.

Sleep Medicine

Regular, restorative sleep is crucial to heart health. Our sleep medicine and heart specialists provide comprehensive options for improving your sleep and protecting your heart.

Sports Cardiology

Athletes and active individuals need heart care, too. Our cardiology and sports medicine specialists work together to deliver comprehensive care.

Women's Cardiology

The Baptist Health Women’s Heart program is here to help. Our expert team of cardiologists specializes in caring for women who are at risk for heart disease due to personal or family health history.
Specialty Care for Heart & Vascular Conditions

Specialty Care for Heart & Vascular Conditions

Although our cardiovascular specialists treat all heart and vascular conditions, some of our physicians narrow their focus to specific types of conditions. This allows them to deepen their knowledge of the condition, its causes and treatment options in order to better diagnose and treat their patients. Our specialized programs give you access to this expert care.

Some of The Conditions We Specialize in Treating


Aneurysms occur when part of an artery weakens, causing a ballooning of the blood vessel and a threat of rupturing.

Cardiometabolic Disease

When a person has both diabetes and heart disease, they are experiencing a condition called cardiometabolic disease. This condition also can affect your liver and kidneys.

Carotid Artery Disease

Carotid artery disease develops when plaque builds up in the carotid arteries, which carry blood to the brain.

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary artery disease occurs when plaque builds up in the walls of the arteries in the heart, restricting blood flow to the heart.

Heart Failure

Heart failure is a condition that prevents the heart from pumping enough blood to meet the body's needs.

Heart Valve Disease

Heart valve disease describes a condition in which at least one of the heart’s four valves doesn’t work well.


Also known as high blood pressure, hypertension means the blood flowing through the arteries is exerting a greater force against the walls of those blood vessels.

Irregular Heartbeats

Also called arrhythmias, irregular heartbeats happen when the rate of contractions, or rhythm of the heartbeat, is too fast or too slow.

Lipid Management Program

​​If you are living with or at risk for cardiovascular disease, lipids can increase your likelihood of heart attack, stroke and even premature death.

Stroke and Neurovascular

Stroke and neurovascular conditions impact the blood vessels in the brain and restrict blood flow to the brain or cause dangerous bleeding.

Structural/Congenital Heart Disease

Structural or congenital heart disease results from a defect in the heart muscle that changes the normal flow of blood through the heart.

Vascular Disease

Vascular disease affects the arteries or veins and how effectively blood flows through the body.

Diagnostic Testing

When you’re not feeling well and you suspect the problem is your heart, you need answers as soon as possible. And we can give them to you with diagnostic testing. We rely on the most advanced, precise imaging tools and technologies to detect and identify your problem.

Cardiac Services for Prevention

If you’re at risk for heart disease and stroke, get care now. It’s the best way to improve your cardiovascular health. As your heart care partner, we offer low- to no-cost programs and health screenings. Our priority is improving your health through exercise, nutrition and education.
Pioneering The Cures Of Tomorrow

Pioneering The Cures Of Tomorrow

Our researchers play a vital role in helping us better understand heart and vascular disease. They participate in a wide variety of clinical trials dedicated to improving treatments that will ultimately lead to better patient outcomes. Learn more about their work and what it means to be involved in a clinical trial.

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