Heart & Vascular Institute

  • HVI

    Electrophysiology BiPlane Lab 

    The Electrophysiology lab is designed to enhance the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias while maximizing patient and staff safety and comfort. The lab has the most sophisticated biplane fluoroscopy system, that creates live, high-resolution 3D images to help improve diagnosis and enhance the precision of catheter navigation while minimizing radiation exposure. It also has two of most advanced 3D mapping systems for catheter navigation and placement within the heart. 

  • Hybrid Room

    Electrophysiology BiPlane Lab 

    The Electrophysiology lab is designed to enhance the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias while maximizing patient and staff safety and comfort.

Stamford Hospital is a recognized center of excellence in heart care. Our newly located Heart & Vascular Institute houses all services in one location to facilitate continual communication among our specialties and enhance convenience for you and your family. Blended together, you receive superb cardiac care that rivals those of major academic research centers.

Services Offered

  • The Heart & Vascular Institute provides cardiac surgery, vascular surgery, non-invasive and interventional medical cardiology, integrative cardiology, interventional radiology, and rehabilitation services.

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New Facilities 

  • The Heart & Vascular Institute has been relocated to a new, 27,000-square-foot, single-care environment. New facilities include two cardiac catheterization labs, one of which is a hybrid room with the capability of electrophysiology, vascular and TAVR procedures, and a dedicated electrophysiology study lab.
  • Beyond building infrastructure to accommodate current and future technologies, the consolidation of the Hospital’s cardiac care services brings them into closer proximity to other critical services, such as emergency care and trauma—facilitating diagnosis and treatment.