World-Class, Compassionate Heart Care

At Providence, our patients are the heart of everything we do. Our award-winning cardiovascular experts use the most innovative treatments when caring for their patients, because we know this leads to the best possible outcomes. But it takes more than cutting-edge therapy to treat your heart. It takes a whole-person, personalized approach to cardiovascular care. When you’re a patient at Providence, we care for your mind and spirit with the same dedication that we care for your body.

Why Choose Us for Your Heart Care?

At Providence, we see the life in you. We are committed to making a positive difference in every life we touch.

Our approach to heart care is highly personalized, and we always put our patients first. Our expert cardiologists work with you to design a treatment plan that fits your needs and helps you achieve your best long-term health. Your heart team is there to support you and your family throughout your care and recovery, because we know that the best and most effective treatment involves the people you love.

At Providence, we take a team-based approach to treating your heart. You’re cared for by world-class heart care specialists who have superior success rates with treating complex conditions such as coronary artery disease, valve disease and heart failure. We are the only health system of our size that holds system-wide provider meetings to discuss key issues that impact the lives of our heart patients. Our board-certified cardiologists and surgeons work closely with a comprehensive support team that aims to get you feeling better and developing smart heart habits. This team might include nurse navigators to help you understand the underlying causes of heart disease, nutritionists and dietitians to help you make heart-healthy food choices, and physical therapists to help you keep living life to its fullest.

We understand that the impact of heart disease is greater in marginalized communities. Genetics plays a part, but unequal access to great health care is also a factor. At Providence, we respect and support the racial, ethnic, religious, gender, sexual and spiritual identities of each of our patients. We are deeply committed to making sure everyone in our diverse communities has equal access to the best heart care. To do this, we offer location-specific services that help meet our patients’ needs. This includes translation for non-English-speaking patients, telehealth and transportation assistance. And we never turn a patient away, regardless of their ability to pay. Instead, we work harder to make sure every patient is treated equally and with dignity – whoever you are, and wherever you’re at.

As a patient at Providence, you belong to one of the largest community-based networks for heart care in the United States. This shared network includes award-winning physicians, scientists, researchers and caregivers across 51 hospitals in seven states. The power of this network, combined with the expertise of your local team, means you’re getting the best, most compassionate care. Our network is one of the reasons 400,000 patients like you choose Providence for their heart care every year.

Providence is proud to be a leader in the advancement of cardiac and vascular therapies. Our researchers were the first to pioneer emergency surgery to repair heart arteries when treating a patient having a heart attack. This has helped change the way heart attacks are treated around the world – it’s now much less invasive. We also participate in national cardiovascular data registries to continually improve outcomes and patient care. Every day, our doctors and scientists learn more about preventing and treating heart disease. This translates to better care – and a better life – for you and your loved ones.

Every Heart Condition, Expertly Treated

At Providence, our cardiovascular experts use the most effective therapies to treat a wide range of heart conditions. If you need a highly advanced treatment, your physician will refer you to the best Providence location to get the care you need.

Personalized Treatment for Your Heart Condition

We offer a wide range of treatment options for our heart patients, including the most advanced therapies and a number of clinical trials for participation. But your heart care begins well before treatment. As a new heart patient, you’re taken care of as soon as you walk through our doors. Your heart care team will work with you to design an individualized care plan for your diagnosis and needs, including important heart-healthy lifestyle changes.

Find Heart Care Close to You

Heart Care at Providence, by the Numbers

Thousands of patients trust us with their heart care every year.

Patient icon
400k
Patients Treated Annually
Hospital H Icon
51
Hospitals
Hand holding medical symbol icon
26
Hospital Heart & Vascular Centers
Map icon
7
States
Test tube and beaker icon
30+
New Clinical Trials Annually
Microscope Icon
50+
Years of Heart & Vascular Innovations
Doctor icon
80+
Years Treating Heart Patients

Learn How Our Doctors Are Impacting Patients

Anthony Scribner was 48 years old when he was diagnosed with heart disease. He received care at Providence Heart Institute. Scribner credits the care and encouragement he received for helping him move forward after his heart surgery.

Our Commitment to Care

"As a patient, I would want to feel embraced by the people looking after me. And I believe we provide that for our patients, I do."

Dr. Jaime Beckerman
"We have a lot of data to show that patients do much, much better when they’re able to participate in lifestyle modifications – when they’re able to exercise regularly, when they’re able to change their diet."
Dr. John W. Waggoner

Meet the Team

At Providence, you'll have access to a vast network of dedicated and compassionate providers who offer personalized care by focusing on treatment, prevention and health education.

Expert Tips and Advice for a Healthy Heart

2/29/2024
The Providence Medical Group (PMG) opened a vascular surgery and vein clinic in Aberdeen in December 2023 to better meet the needs of the Grays Harbor community.
2/21/2024
Anchorage Fire Department, Providence Alaska Medical Center and Alaska Cardiovascular Research Foundation to collaborate on study of a new medication for treating patients experiencing a heart attack.
2/5/2024
Heart disease doesn’t just happen to people who are older than 40. If you’re in your 20s or 30s, you could be at risk, too.
2/15/2024
You can make a big difference in how healthy your heart is. A Providence cardiologist explains some lifestyle changes you can make to avoid heart disease.