Not All Heart Care is Equal

As a leader in heart surgery — and one of the largest cardiac programs in South Florida — we’ve assembled a high-quality, high-performing physician team, the equal of academic programs across the country, supported by our highly skilled specialists in cardiac anesthesiology, cardiac intensive care and cardiac rehabilitation. Our expertise is why other hospitals send their most complex heart patients to us.

Memorial Cardiac and Vascular Institute has earned a distinguished three-star rating from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) for our patient care and outcomes in isolated coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) procedures, isolated aortic valve replacement (AVR) surgery, and isolated mitral valve replacement and repair (MVRR) surgery in the latest analysis of data for the period ending December 2020. The three-star rating, which denotes the highest category of quality, is one of the most sophisticated and highly regarded overall measures of quality in health care, and places Memorial among the elite for cardiac surgery in the United States and Canada.

When you choose Memorial Cardiac and Vascular Institute, you choose a national leader in heart surgery. Call 855-400-6284 to find a heart specialist.

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Elinor, who had a congenital heart defect
Memorial Cardiac and Vascular Institute Replaces Elinor’s Congenital Heart Defect

When Elinor came to Memorial she was in heart failure. The cardiac team worked together to develop a treatment plan and get her back to living her life.

Susan, Cardiac Surgery Patient
TotalHeart Team Answers Prayers

After suffering from rheumatic fever as a child, Susan experienced some damage to her aortic valve. She turned to the team at Memorial for expert care.

Chevon heart failure patient
Staying Strong at Memorial Cardiac and Vascular Institute

Diagnosed with cardiomyopathy (heart failure), Chevon's LVAD is helping him get stronger and prepare for a heart transplant in the future.