Heart & Vascular

Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare is a leader in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease and home to a certified chest pain center with PCI. With all board-certified cardiologists, we provide the most comprehensive treatment options in the region for patients suffering from heart attack and stroke, structural heart problems, arrhythmias (irregular heart beats), and heart disease.
WATCHMAN Left Atrial Appendage Closure Device
WATCHMAN device helps patients with Afib reduce their risk of stroke Read More >
Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI
Tallahassee Memorial has an accredited chest pain center with PCI. Read More >
Region’s Only Structural Heart Program
We use a team model to deliver leading-edge treatment options for patients. Read More >
Region’s Most Advanced EP Program
Our electrophysiology program offers complete diagnostic and treatment options. Read More >
Region’s Only Atrial Fibrillation Clinic
Our clinic provides customized treatment plans for patients. Read More >
Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program
Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation is designed to help patients with heart and lung conditions Read More >

The Heart & Vascular Center continues to expand its service offerings with advanced, minimally-invasive procedures for repairing structural heart disorders without open-chest surgery, state-of-the-art cardiovascular, endovascular and electrophysiology labs and research trials located only at select institutions around the nation.

Complex Treatment Options

We are the only facility in the region offering complex treatment options:

Our Services and Programs

Learn more about our Heart and Vascular Center:

Prevention & Detection

Learn about how to prevent a heart attack and how to recognize one if it happens:

Contact Us

Have questions? Feel free to call us at 850-431-2727, or send us an email.

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