Mercy San Juan: Cardiac Care
Mercy San Juan Medical Center is proud to be part of the network of Mercy Heart & Vascular Institute, one of the largest, most experienced cardiac teams in the nation. Mercy San Juan's cardiac program includes a full spectrum of heart care - cardiac surgery, cardiac catheterization and cardiac rehabilitation. In addition, a new state-of-the-art cardiac cath lab (the hospital's third) offers the latest technology with a focus on diagnosis and treatment of peripheral vascular disease.
Mercy San Juan's cardiac team ranks among the nation's best in getting heart patients from the Emergency Department to the procedure they need in the fastest time. Blue Cross/Blue Shield has named Mercy San Juan a Blue Distinction Center for Cardiac Care. This honor recognizes the high volume of cardiac patients receiving the full range of cardiac care at Mercy San Juan by experienced physicians and staff.
In addition to the complete cardiac care offered within Mercy San Juan's facility, Mercy patients also have the expanded services of Mercy Heart & Vascular Institute available to them. Among the specialized treatments offered by Mercy-affiliated physicians are minimally invasive, robotic-assisted valve repair using the da Vinci® Surgical System; the Hansen robotic-assisted electrophysiology system used for minimally invasive treatment of atrial fibrillation; less-invasive aortic valve repair and replacement that does not require open heart surgery; 3-D echocardiogram; and participation in a broad range of clinical research studies.
Recognized as a Top 100 Hospital for Cardiac Care, the team of experts at Mercy Heart & Vascular Institute brings excellence in care focused on the personal needs of patients and their family members. Whether it's having a cardiac team ready for you in a time of emergency or helping you regain strength with a dedicated cardiac rehab program, Mercy is there for you whenever and wherever you need us.
To learn more about the services and care provided by Mercy Heart & Vascular Institute, or about a variety of heart conditions and procedures, visit the Mercy Heart & Vascular Institute web site.