Find a Doctor
Express Care Virtual
Heart & Vascular
Pregnancy, Labor and Birth
Urgent & Immediate Care
Classes & Events
VIEW ALL DEPARTMENTS >
Providence St. Patrick Hospital
Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
PRIMARY CARE CLINICS
SPECIALTY CARE CLINICS
URGENT AND IMMEDIATE CARE
EXPRESS CARE VIRTUAL
VIEW ALL LOCATIONS >
Classes & Resources
Classes, Events, Groups
The Learning Center
Heart & Vascular
In this section (+)
Heart & Vascular
Anticoagulation and Pharmacotherapy
Providence provides convenient care for patients undergoing anticoagulant therapy. We work closely with your family doctor to monitor your therapy.
Providence provides a broad array of techniques to manage arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeats.
Cardiac Imaging includes echocardiography, nuclear cardiac imaging, CT angiography and cardiac MRI. Your cardiac physician may order imaging tests to diagnosis your condition.
Cardiac Rehabilitation involves exercise, education and professional medical guidance designed to help you recover safely from a cardiac procedure.
Cardiac Sleep Medicine
Sleep medicine is a relatively new field that has gained increasing recognition for its impact on heart health. As we learn more, we are finding that problems with sleep, including sleep apnea, can have potentially severe effects on the cardiovascular system including possible increased risk of hypertension, arrhythmia, including atrial fibrillation, heart disease and stroke.
Providence offers the latest surgical techniques and innovations, performed by experienced board-certified cardiothoracic surgeons.
The board certified cardiologists at Providence will evaluate your condition, recommend a treatment plan tailored to you and help you learn how to best manage your heart health.
The Device Clinic serves patients with state-of-the-art equipment to test, care and analyze all types of implantable cardiac devices (ICD) by cardiac experts.
Heart Valve Center
The term heart valve disease is commonly used when a valve either fails to open properly (stenosis) or fails to close completely, allowing backward flow of blood (regurgitation).
Many conditions that formerly required open-heart surgery can now be treated with nonsurgical interventional procedures which use techniques and technologies that typically minimize pain, risk and recovery time.
Men's Heart Health Program
The Men’s Heart Health Program is a comprehensive way to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease in men. The goal of this program is to not only identify and reduce traditional risk factors for heart disease, but also to educate men in the areas of nutrition and exercise.
Structural Heart Program
The International Heart Institute Structural Heart Program offers the most advanced care to patients in Montana and the Rocky Mountain region. The program provides patients who have structural heart disease with individualized, comprehensive evaluation and treatment recommendations from an expert team.
If you have a condition that affects your lungs or chest, thoracic surgery may help improve your quality of life. Examples of issues range from chest wall deformity to pleural effusion and tracheal disorder.
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
For patients with severe aortic stenosis, there may be an alternative option to open-heart surgery. Transcatheter aortic valve replacement, known as TAVR, is a minimally invasive option available to some patients.
Our specialists continually study the latest methods and techniques to treat all forms of peripheral vascular disease affecting cerebral, thoracic, upper extremity, abdominal and lower extremity circulations.
The WATCHMAN™ implant is a device utilized as an alternative to long-term warfarin medication to reduce stroke risk in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation.
Women's Heart Health Program
The Women’s Heart Health Program is a comprehensive way to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease in women. Heart disease may be especially difficult to diagnose in women as they may have different symptoms than men. This program helps women to identify and treat risk factors for cardiovascular disease.