Norton Heart & Vascular Institute services
The skills, tools and techniques to treat your heart
As the leading cardiovascular provider in Louisville and Southern Indiana, Norton Heart & Vascular Institute offers experience, expertise and ease of access.
Our board-certified and fellowship-trained specialists offer access to a comprehensive range of cardiovascular services. We have the skill and equipment to pinpoint your diagnosis and tailor a treatment plan that may be as simple as medication and lifestyle changes.
If your condition is severe enough, our specialists are at the leading edge of minimally invasive procedures to restore blood flow around your heart, as well as complex open-heart surgeries to get you back to living your life.
Norton Heart & Vascular institute has more than 45 cardiologists and vascular and cardiothoracic surgeons on staff. They work with nearly 30 advanced-practice providers.
Norton Heart & Vascular Institute has received national accreditation for its Chest Pain Center and Atrial Fibrillation Program as well as for noninvasive vascular cardiology, minimally invasive cardiology, and cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation.
In addition to our current leading-edge treatments, we offer our patients the opportunity to participate in innovative clinical research studies. These trials help improve current cardiology treatments, in addition to finding new and promising solutions.
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