Heart & Vascular Center
Do You Know the 5 Signs of a Heart Attack In Women?
Women are quick to dismiss the signs of a heart attack. Yet, the longer you wait to seek treatment, the more damage is done to your heart.
Eva James was too young. She was a vegetarian. Her weight was average and her blood pressure was normal. So even though she had a family history of heart disease, Eva did not expect to have a heart attack. Watch Eva's story and learn the five signs of a heart attack.
Patient-Focused Heart Care
Diagnoses & Imaging
The right diagnosis can make the difference. Our diagnostic options include non-invasive tests like cardiac MRI. We also offer new imaging tools to help us diagnose and treat your heart or vascular condition like cardiac PET, a type of nuclear imaging that uses very low doses of radioactivity to look at your heart.
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.
Modern Heart Medicine
Now they're working together each day to ensure patients get the best possible heart care.
Catch Vascular Disease Sooner
Early detection and treatment of vascular disease can reduce your risk for a heart attack or stroke.
This program gives heart failure patients the support they need to adjust to life at home after being in the hospital.
Heart Valve Surgery
UVA's cardiac valve surgeons are among the most experienced in the nation. They perform traditional heart valve surgery and offer minimally invasive heart valve surgery.
Heart Failure Research
New research at UVA recently showed which heart failure patients would benefit from a special kind of pacemaker-defibrillator.