Interventional Cardiology

Interventional Cardiology is a subspecialty of cardiology that focuses on the diagnosis and medical treatment of adult patients with acute and chronic forms of cardiovascular disease via minimally-invasive catheter-based therapy. Techniques include, but are not limited to, balloon angioplasty, coronary stent deployment, balloon valvuloplasty, and valve repair and replacement. These catheter-based interventions minimize pain, risk and recovery for many conditions.

The International Heart Institute of Montana has a robust, multi-disciplinary valve clinic and structural heart program that is the most experienced and largest in the state of Montana.

Delivering cutting-edge, collaborative care

Our experienced, board-certified interventional cardiologists employ the very latest technology in two, full-service catheterization suites and a specially-equipped hybrid suite for performing percutaneous valve replacements. Our interventional cardiologists work closely with their cardiology and cardiothoracic surgeon colleagues to deliver comprehensive, individualized care to Montanans.

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International Heart Institute

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We're part of the International Heart Institute of Montana, a member of Providence Medical Group

HealthBreak: Impella

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Watch Dr. Tod Maddux at the International Heart Institute talk about cutting-edge technology used to save lives called the Impella device.