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Cardiology Services

Heart disorders can be the result of genetics, an unhealthy lifestyle or another underlying condition. For the most part, however, many heart conditions are preventable.

Our heart specialists at UCI Health Cardiovascular Center diagnose and treat all conditions of the heart and vascular system with state-of-the-art technology and expertise that is unmatched in Orange County and the region.

As Orange County’s most advanced cardiovascular disease services program, we offer the full range of procedures and devices for patients with severe heart problems. They include the LVAD pump implant for heart failure, ECMO to give critical life support to patients with heart and/or lung failure, Watchman to correct atrial fibrillation, MitraClip to repair a leaking mitral valve, and TAVR, a minimally invasive method to repair the aortic valve.

Whether you want to reduce your risk of a heart attack through our Preventive Cardiology Services team, need an arterial blockage cleared by our Interventional Cardiology Services team, a heartbeat corrected by Cardiac Arrhythmia Services specialists, or help for reduced blood flow from our Heart Failure Services experts, we are dedicated to making your heart as healthy as it can be.

We offer heart health coaching to help our cardiology patients navigate their care and improve their quality of life. 

The American Heart Association has also designated UCI Health as a Comprehensive Hypertension Center, one of only three healthcare facilities in California to earn this designation.

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To learn more about our services or make an appointment at one of our convenient locations, please call 714-456-6699.

Working at Orange County’s only academic health system, UCI Health cardiologists not only see patients, they also conduct research and lead clinical trials.

What this means for you is a higher level of care that is grounded in the latest evidence-based treatments and therapies.

Learn more about UCI Health heart services:

UCI Health cardiologists are among the nation’s best, and many are regularly recognized by their peers as Best Doctors in America®.

We are leaders in the treatment and prevention of heart disease. Our distinctions include:

  • U.S. News & World Report consistently awards our Heart Failure Services team with the highest possible rating within their Best Hospitals for Common Care ratings system. UCI Health is among approximately 11% of hospitals rated as high performing in heart failure.
  • Our Heart Failure Program earned the American Heart Association's Get With The Guidelines®–Heart Failure Gold Quality Achievement Award in 2019. We also received the Gold Seal of Approval™ from The Joint Commission, the primary U.S. healthcare accrediting body. This means we have met both organization's rigorous standards for patient care.
  • We participate in the American College of Cardiology's nationwide quality improvement program, which is designed to deliver high-quality cardiac patient care and improve outcomes for our heart patients. This also gives us access to an array of tools and programs that help physicians, nurses and other members our team to help our patients make decisions based on best practices and the latest scientific research.
  • We have a dedicated vascular emergency response team available around the clock.
  • Our state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization labs are equipped with the latest biplane digital imaging technology designed for interventional procedures. Our advanced intracardiac imaging techniques allow us to evaluate and treat every type of coronary artery disease case.
  • Our electrophysiology procedure rooms are equipped with the latest technology for implanting devices, extracting leads, studying cardiac electrophysiology and performing ablative procedures.
  • Our cardiologists also work collaboratively with UCI Health specialists in cardiothoracic surgery and in vascular and endovascular surgery to ensure that you receive seamless care.
  • For patients at risk of developing heart disease, our Preventive Cardiology Services team works with you to assess your heart health and help you lower the chances of developing heart disease through diet, medication, exercise and other lifestyle changes.
  • We have the largest team of specialists dedicated to women's heart health in Orange County, delivering expert care for women with all cardiac conditions, including expectant mothers who are at high risk for developing heart disease.
  • For patients with implanted defibrillators, the metal in their devices can pose a danger from the magnets used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), denying thousands of patients access to MRI scans when they need them. UCI Health was the first health system in Orange County to offer heart failure patients the only FDA-approved implantable cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillator that is safe for use with magnetic resonance imaging systems.
  • We are the first in Orange County to offer LVAD implantation to assist patients with heart failure, as well as CardioMEMS™, an innovative heart failure monitoring system.

Our UCI Health cardiologists are board-certified experts in the full spectrum of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for patients with all types of cardiovascular conditions.

Our state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging capabilities at UCI Medical Center make it possible to determine the cause and extent of heart disease, as well as identify potential problems, at the earliest stages and without invasive procedures.

We offer the state-of-the-art coronary calcium scans, which can identify hardening of the arteries. Artery hardening is one of the strongest predictors of heart attack.

The heart conditions and diseases we treat include:

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American Heart Association Get With the Guidelines 2023 award  Blue Distinction Center logo for cardiology The Joint Commission and American Heart Association advanced heart failure certification


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