You are in good hands with us. We offer comprehensive surgical procedures for the heart. The Heart and Vascular Center has the latest technologies and the region’s only hybrid operating room – a state-of-the-art operating room with real-time, high-resolution digital imaging capabilities allowing for complex surgeries and studies to take place simultaneously.
Areas of special interest include off-pump/beating heart coronary surgery, valve sparing aortic surgery and surgical procedures for heart failure.
Cardiac interventions include:
- Artificial heart ventricular assist device implantation
- Ascending aortic surgery for aneurysms
- Complex mitral valve repair
- Coronary artery bypass grafting
- Endothoracic aortic stent grafting for descending thoracic aortic aneurysms
- Heart valve replacements including aortic and mitral valve. Guthrie Heart Valve Clinic
- Minimally invasive aortic and mitral valve surgery
- Surgical Anterior Ventricular Restoration (SAVR) for congestive heart failure
Cardiothoracic Surgery at Guthrie
- Board-certified cardiology specialist: cardiac, thoracic and vascular surgeons are specially trained in cardiovascular care and board certified.
- The largest and most experienced heart care team in the region includes advanced practice providers; nurses; therapists; and diagnostic technicians, all trained in specialized care for your heart.
- Guthrie Heart and Vascular Center, located in Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, is a state-of-the-art space for heart care and treatment. Located near the emergency department and ICU, there are private patient rooms, cardiac catheterization labs, and a hybrid operating room. The unit is centered around quick efficient care of our patients.
- Hybrid operating room: the cardiac team can perform imaging studies in the sterile environment of the operating room. Patients do not need to move to another location in the hospital once a procedure has started. Additionally, having the ability to switch from minimally invasive to open procedures, if necessary, keeps the patient in the same room if the surgical team needs to change its approach. The cardiac team can diagnose as well as perform cardiovascular interventions in one room.