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Beacon Heart, Vascular & Stroke Care

With Beacon Health System, there’s no need to travel far for the latest treatment. You’re at the heart of some of our region’s most advanced care teams who all work together to help you get the expert care you need, close to home.

What makes cardiovascular and stroke care different at Beacon?

If you’re looking for a referral or need to talk to us about your treatment options, we’re here to help. Our heart and vascular experts collaborate to deliver the highest quality care in our area – so that you can get the treatment you need, close to home.

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Frequently Asked Questions

At Beacon Health System there is a TAVR team that will determine if you are a candidate for TAVR.  Patient’s with aortic valve stenosis can be symptomatic or non-symptomatic.

At Beacon Health System there is a Watchman team that will determine if you are a candidate for Watchman also known as Left atrial appendage occlusion (LAAO). LAAO, also referred to as Left atrial appendage closure (LAAC) is a treatment strategy to reduce the risk of left atrial appendage blood clots from entering the bloodstream and causing a stroke in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation. Patients with atrial fibrillation are at risk for developing blood clots in the left atrial appendage.

While anyone can be at risk for cardiovascular disease, your risk increases based on age and family history. High blood pressure or unhealthy blood cholesterol levels can also play a major role. Know your Risk

Anyone can have a stroke no matter your age, race, or gender. But the chances of having a stroke increase if you have certain risk factors. Know your Risk

If you are concerned about heart or vascular disease or having a stroke, call your primary care physician to discuss testing options and prevention methods.

An irregular heartbeat is an arrhythmia (also called dysrhythmia). Seek urgent medical care if you suddenly or frequently experience any of the signs and symptoms at a time when you wouldn't expect to feel them, such as: shortness of breath, weakness, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting or near fainting, and chest pain or discomfort.

If you have an arrhythmia – an irregular heartbeat, or a heartbeat that is too fast or too slow – electrophysiology may be part of the answer. Arrhythmias are actually disturbances in the rhythm of the heart’s electrical system. Our electrophysiology services use the latest technology, including the CARTO System, an advanced computer mapping system that provides a picture of the heart’s electrical layout. Our Cardiologists can assess and discuss with you your testing options.

A multidisciplinary team with extensive experience, advanced technology and compassionate, coordinated care. Meet your cardiovascular teams and the conditions in which they may treat.

About five million Americans have heart failure – a chronic condition where your heart’s ability to pump blood is reduced.

The Heart Failure team prevents unnecessary emergency room visits and hospital admissions, promotes consistency in use of Heart Failure medications and better self-management through patient education and lifestyle changes

If you’ve had a heart attack, heart condition or stroke, you want to do everything you can to take care of yourself. That’s what rehabilitation is all about – helping you get fit and make lifestyle changes that can help keep you and your heart healthy. Learn more about our rehabilitation programs.

Start with your primary care provider to discuss your heart and vascular or stroke concerns. Beacon offers an extensive, multidisciplinary team that your primary physician can refer you to.

Yes, you don’t have to travel far for world-class cardiovascular care.  Whatever your condition or needs, you only trust your heart and health to a multidisciplinary team with extensive experience, advanced technology and compassionate, coordinated care. That’s exactly what you’ll find with Beacon.

Learn about our advanced treatment options, recovery programs, care coordination and much more at Beacon Health System’s Heart, Vascular & Stroke Programs.

A comprehensive care team

Our heart, vascular and stroke care team includes experts from many fields all working together to give you the best care possible.

Cardiologists

work with you, each other and your referring doctor to create a treatment or management plan that is right for you.

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Heart Surgeons

are fellowship trained and experienced, and our nurses and other staff members know how to care for you and keep you as comfortable as possible as you recover.

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Heart Failure Team

prevents unnecessary emergency room visits and hospital admissions, promotes consistency in use of Heart Failure medications and better self-management through patient education and lifestyle changes.

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Vascular Surgeons and Interventionalists

collaborates with referring primary care physicians, surgeons, oncologists and many other specialists to provide you with the most comprehensive level of care and expertise available.

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Vein Specialists

provides non-surgical treatments for spider and varicose veins that are safe, virtually painless and will have you back to your normal, daily activities sooner than you think.

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Stroke & Heart Emergency Care

ready with advanced technology, fast and accurate diagnoses, and immediate lifesaving treatment

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Cardiac Rehabilitation

work to help you take care of yourself, so you can regain your strength and fitness with lifestyle changes that keep you and your heart healthy

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Call to learn more.

 877.227.3440