Leaders in exceptional heart care
Nothing is more important than your heart. HealthPartners cardiologists understand that and provide treatment with caring precision. From heart monitoring to deciding whether surgery is right for you – we’re here every step of the way.
Heart disease treatment
Your heart pumps and pushes the blood that powers you. But when your body’s built-in pump stops working, it can mean trouble. Our dedicated Heart Failure Program works to address heart failure and get you back on your feet.
When your heart skips a beat, it’s scary. An irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) can mean trouble for your health. Our cardiologists start by evaluating your situation. We’ll monitor your heart and discuss treatment options together.
Heart surgery experts
Get the best heart disease treatment with the latest techniques and technology.
- Aortic valve replacement
- Arrhythmia surgery, including cryoablation
- Cardiovascular surgery
- Coronary bypass surgery
- Heart rhythm/pacemakers and laser lead extractions
- Minimally-invasive valve surgery
- Mitral valve repair
- Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR)
Other heart care and technologies
- Angioplasty and heart stents
- Cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation
- Imaging, angiograms and diagnostic testing
- Women’s heart health
- CardioMEMS – heart failure monitoring and prevention system
- Micra – a less invasive pacemaker
- Watchman – an alternative to warfarin
Committed to advancing heart research
Research is a priority at HealthPartners. We study everything from high blood pressure to heart disease risk factors. Our research helps improve the lives of patients receiving care.
Alex tries Park Nicollet’s Feeding Hearts pilot program
When Alex had a heart attack at age 45, Park Nicollet Heart & Vascular Center helped him recover. So did its pilot program, Feeding Hearts.
Peggy’s open-heart surgery at Regions Hospital
Peggy had low energy and was short on breath, so she went to Regions Hospital Heart Center. After a successful open-heart surgery, she’s back to herself.