The Cardiac and Vascular Institute at Good Samaritan Medical Center
For more than 90 years, Good Samaritan Medical Center has provided comprehensive programs and services dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac and vascular conditions. Today, our Cardiac and Vascular Institute is staffed by a diverse team of well-trained medical professionals dedicated to providing excellent care using advanced technology in a sophisticated medical center. Building an excellent reputation in heart and vascular care takes time, effort and commitment. And as a result, Good Samaritan Medical Center received the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines Gold Performance Achievement Award for Stroke and Heart Failure.
Utilizing a dedicated team of healthcare professionals, including highly-skilled physicians and staff, we are able to provide:
- Diagnostic cardiac catheterizations
- Elective and emergency angioplasty
- Non-invasive diagnostic modalities, including:
- Stress Tests
- Nuclear Stress Tests
In addition, the Cardiac and Vascular Institute supports the advanced treatment of certain cancers through endovascular modalities.
Good Samaritan Medical Center has two new state of the art cardiac catheterization and vascular labs to provide enhanced treatment and faster recovery for our patients. This leading edge technology offers images so detailed, physicians may be able to diagnose and treat their patients with a much higher degree of accuracy. Additionally, patients may benefit due to shorter imaging time, a lower dose of x-ray and a faster recovery.
Commitment to Quality
At Good Smaraitan Medical Center, we are committed to delivering the highest quality care possible to each of our patients. We strive to help patients achieve better outcomes, quicker recovery times, shorter hospital stays and ultimately, better health. As a result of our efforts, Good Samaritan Medical Center has received numerous prestigious awards and accolades from trusted organizations including Healthgrades, The Joint Commission and the American Heart Association. Click here to view our Quality Awards page>
To schedule an appointment or for more information, please call (561) 650-6023.