Heart & Vascular Care

MountainView Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery Associates

At MountainView Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery Associates, we have developed a heart program focused your individual needs. As an affiliate of MountainView Hospital, we are available 24-7 and are able to provide comprehensive patient management. With a convenient location in the medical office building adjacent to MountainView, we are able to provide you or your loved one with continuity of care, both in the clinic setting and as an inpatient, should they require surgery.



Tell your cardiologist that you want to have your Heart Surgery at MountainView. To find a physician who specializes in heart care, call (702) 233-5474.

Heart & Vascular Care

MountainView Hospital is an accredited Chest Pain Center, earning this accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care for sustaining superior levels of service for patients experience a cardiac episode.

Sunrise Health System is the only accredited chest pain network in Las VegasAdditionally, MountainView participates in the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons (STS) as well as the National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR). Participation in the STS and NCDR registries provide us the information to continue to improve outcome and provide evidenced-based practice in caring for our patients.

We are leading the way in providing a full-range of diagnostic and treatment option for all areas of cardiac and cardiovascular care.

Disciplines we offer:

As medical technology improves each year, so do we. From quality clinical care to state-of-the-art equipment, we are committed to our role as leaders in cardiac and cardiovascular care.

Learn About Heart Valve Disease from MountainView Hospital's Dr. Michael Wood

We have recorded this 40+ minute video to give you an in-depth view into the Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery Program at MountainView.

 

Heart Risk AssessmentAre You at Risk?
One in three Americans suffers from some form of heart disease. Are you at risk? Find out now by taking the heart health assessment. Then talk to your doctor about the results.

If you are experiencing chest pain or any other emergency ... call 911 immediately.


The Heart Health Assessment is not a substitute for an examination by your physician.