The Tallahassee Memorial Heart & Vascular Center offers the most robust and advanced programs in the region, including:
For patients who may have heart disease, a form of cardiac imaging is often a tool used to help diagnose your condition and develop a treatment plan. The Tallahassee Memorial Heart & Vascular Center continues to grow the Cardiac Imaging program to include advanced ultrasounds, echocardiograms, CT angiography, cardiac MRI and more.
Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation is designed to help people with heart, lung and vascular disease lead healthier, more active lifestyles. With the help of our comprehensive team of exercise physiologists and health experts, patients learn exercises and healthy behaviors that help increase their overall quality of life.
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Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery
Our experienced team of surgeons performs a wide variety of routine and complex procedures for the treatment of heart, lung, vascular and esophageal disorders. Four out of five heart-related surgeries in the region are performed at Tallahassee Memorial.
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Chest Pain Center with PCI & Resuscitation
Tallahassee Memorial is recognized by the American College of Cardiology (ACC) as an Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI & Resuscitation. The PCI designation means that we use a specialized treatment called percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) as the primary treatment for acute heart attacks. The resuscitation designation refers to our robust hypothermia program for post-cardiac arrest patients. Together, these measures ensure patients experiencing acute heart attacks and cardiac arrest receive rapid treatment in our state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization lab to minimize damage to the heart and brain.
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Heart Rhythm Program
Tallahassee Memorial’s Heart Rhythm Program (formerly known as the Electrophysiology Program) is the oldest, largest and most advanced electrophysiology program in the Big Bend region, with a staff that is wholly dedicated to helping people with arrhythmias, or irregular heartbeats.
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The Heart Failure Program, or as we like to call it – the Heart Healing Program, is specifically designed to give patients with progressive heart disease the tools needed to manage their condition on a daily basis in order to improve their long-term health.
The Structural Heart Program brings innovative techniques for treating life-threatening heart disorders to the Big Bend region that are available only at select hospitals across the country. This new treatment model is a collaborative effort between interventional cardiologists, heart surgeons and other allied health professionals to provide patients with more collaborative, efficient care.
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The Tallahassee Memorial Wound Healing Center is the area’s largest clinic devoted solely to advanced wound management and care. Specializing in chronic and non-healing wounds, our multidisciplinary team includes plastic surgeons, internal medicine physicians, geriatric medicine physicians, podiatrists, surgeons and vascular specialists.
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Our physicians are actively engaged in national research programs. It's part of our commitment to offer exceptional heart care. In fact, we are the only hospital in the area participating in this high level of research. It's just one of the many ways treatment options at TMH are reaching new heights. Our current clinical research includes:
While the Tallahassee Memorial Heart & Vascular Center offers innovative treatments and the latest technology to care for heart conditions, prevention is our first focus. To reduce your risk for heart disease, it is important to eat healthy, be active, know your numbers and find you happy – all aspects in our TMH FOR LIFE wellness program. Through this program, you can learn healthy tips, hear about upcoming events and connect with community resources to help you to take charge of your overall health.
Tallahassee Memorial Heart & Vascular Center
1300 Miccosukee Road
Tallahassee, FL 32308
Understanding Cardiovascular Disease: About Your Heart Attack
Cardiologists from Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare are here to help you better understand heart attacks by outlining what they are, how they're caused and the procedures, treatments and medications used to treat them.
Heart Surgery: Tips and Information
Learn helpful preparation tips and information involved with heart surgery at Tallahassee Memorial.