We never save just a heart.
Spokane’s Providence Heart Institute provides innovative, compassionate, medically advanced specialty heart care and elite cardiovascular medical technologies for every stage of life, from in utero to seniors.
In 2021, Abigail Kelly was born at Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital and admitted to the NICU. Today, Abigail is a thriving, two-year-old, and has had only one open heart surgery.
Donny Jones traveled to Providence Spokane Heart Institute for a robotic mitral valve repair. Learn more.
With the help of Providence Spokane Heart Institute, Greg Soumokil was given a artificial heart.
Dan received a successful heart transplant thanks to the incredible gift of organ donation and the specialty teams at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and the Providence Spokane Heart Institute.
‘I have a second chance’: Patient reflects on excellent care after surviving ‘widowmaker’ heart attack
Tyron Bennett credits his Providence team for saving his life and inspiring him to make some major changes.
A Spokane man who survived a heart attack in 2022 recently reunited with one of the Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center intensive care unit nurses that saved his life
Melissa Faucher shares her story of overcoming congenital heart disease to give birth to four beautiful children, including twins.
A common birth defect leads a Gonzaga graduate back to Spokane for heart valve surgery.
Many patients with heart valve problems bounce back with the help of a minimally invasive procedure called TAVR. Providence is a leader in performing such surgeries.
Adults with congenital heart disease fare better with continuous care from cardiac specialists.
Elliott Naftzger has needed heart monitoring since birth. Now age 5, she and her parents can save the three-hour drive to Spokane because Providence is bringing the imaging unit to
Providence transplant center helped patient through three open-heart surgeries and the process of getting a new heart.
Thanks to the generous gift of organ donation—and the comprehensive transplant program at Providence—Brian Starr is getting a second chance at life.
The Better U™ Challenge provides the education and tools for women to take charge of their health personally and for their family.
Learn how a team of Spokane surgeons, cardiologists and nurses at Sacred Heart Medical Center, 50 years ago, changed the trajectory of heart medicine for decades to come.
Patients of Providence Spokane Heart Institute share their words of appreciation to the team of providers at the Center for Advanced Heart Disease & Transplant.
The innovative surgery saved a Spokane grandfather’s life while he waits for a donor heart. Learn more.