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Our patients receive leading-edge preventive, diagnostic, treatment and followup care. Cardiac care and heart surgery patients experience significantly lower mortality, stroke, heart attack and infection rates than the national average. Read more.
A new innovative study will determine the best dose of aspirin for heart disease care. Read more.
Heart disease claims more lives in the United States than all other cancers combined, yet many people think they are not at risk. Our online quiz can give you a better understanding of your risk factors and current heart health so you can be there for the moments that matter.
At The Center for Advanced Heart Care, we treat the whole person, not just disease. Our high-tech resources are a complement to our compassionate team, who can help you and your family with any concerns. Read more.
The Adelaide C. Ward Women’s Heart Health Center is a special environment for women’s heart health in a convenient spa-like setting. Read more.
This institute builds bridges between scientists and doctors, and helps bring what is learned in the lab to the bedside.
Our care team provides advanced treatment for heart valve disorders using evidence based measures.
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Cardiac services are available at several locations throughout the greater Kansas City area, eastern Kansas and western Missouri. To schedule an appointment, call 913-588-1227.
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